“Architecture, simply and immediately perceived, is a combination revealed through light and shade. of spaces, of masses, and of lines. These few elements make the core of architectural experience.” (p157). This quotation by Geoffrey Scott in his book, The Architecture of Humanism, concisely explains not only how we perceive architecture at its most basic level, but also indirectly explains the reason behind why I made this watercolor rendering of the Roman Forum. This was a project for an elective class on watercolor wash rendering during my master’s degree at Notre Dame, taught by Prof. David Mayernik, a master watercolor renderer himself. The aim was principally to understand how to render architectural form and clearly communicate spatial depth, not with one or two-point perspective, but…