Watercolor Paintings of Japan Calendar 2020

12 original watercolor paintings of the Japanese landscape.

These paintings are from actual places in Oita which is a beautiful backwater prefecture in Japan - and also where I live. I know these places well and they have become some of my favorite haunts for painting. I hope that these paintings convey to you some of the beauty, charm and atmosphere of rural Japan.

This spiral bound wall calendar is 8.5 x 11 inches (21 x 28 cm), about A4 size, and made from premium gloss quality paper.

Please note that this calendar is made in Japan and so includes the holidays and seasonal changes in Japan and also the months are in Japanese kanji e.g. It doesn't say January but 一月. The title is also in Japanese. However, I do include an A4 sheet with all the pictures of the places and the month, place and title of each painting.

Below are the paintings in the calendar along with actual location and title.

January

Beppu Bay

"Praise Every Morning"

February

Yufuin

"Winter Trees"

March

Shonai

"Slow Ride by the River"

April

Yufuin

"Relaxing Ride through

the Cherry Blossoms"

May

Yufudake

"Evening Mountain Shadows"

June

Shonai

"Evening Sun-Lit Rice Field"

July

Oita City Center

"Playing in the Mist"

August

Yufudake

"Misty Mountain Top"

September

Kuju (Near Ganji Farm)

"Quiet Rural Walk"

October

Oita River (Near Wasada)

"Evening Ride by the River"

November

Yufuin, Lake Kinrinko

"Autumn Walks"

December

Kuju (Near Ganji Farm)

"Golden Light Breaking through

a Gray Day"

The calendar costs $25 this includes local or international shipping. Expect about 2 weeks for arrival. Upon purchase I will email you to let you know the calendar is on it's way. If your calendar doesn't arrive after 2 weeks or is damaged (which has never happened so far) then you can simply reply to my email and let me know. In the case that the calendar doesn't arrive or is damaged you will get a full refund.

I wish you a joyful, peaceful and fruitful 2020, Gareth.

Video showing the paintings in the calendar.