Travel Through Art: Watercolors by Divya Muthusamy

I first set eyes on Divya Muthusamy’s watercolor paintings in a Facebook group for frequent-travelers. She had posted an image, a vibrant scene from an unmistakably Greek island that reminded me of a photo I once took on Mykonos. Her depiction of the place, with its white-washed buildings and cobblestone streets, the signature cobalt blue shutters and contrasting pink geraniums, took me back instantaneously.

Each of Divya’s paintings allows you set off on a journey to a different beautiful place in the world, and it’s a nice reminder how sometimes, travel can be possible without even leaving the house.

Divya, a California resident and a member of the Wilsons in Wanderland Book Club, has donated one of her gorgeous pieces of art toward our Cotswolds-themed May Giveaway, and you may enter to win it here.

For pricing and more information, e-mail Divya directly at:

You can also follow her and her growing repertoire of artwork on Instagram– and continue to enjoy the visual- and global- feast for your eyes!


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Juliana Fraioli Wilson

A traveler since childhood, Juliana Fraioli Wilson has always had a love for exploring. She is a published writer and an accomplished business owner with a background in music and art. Join Juliana, her husband Ryan, and their two kids in Wanderland! Follow along as they share tips, tricks, recipes and reviews from some of the most beautiful travel destinations in the world.


  1. Mary Eileen Schoen on June 1, 2020 at 1:48 am

    How much is the peacock, please?

    • Juliana Fraioli Wilson on June 1, 2020 at 2:06 am

      Hi Mary Eileen! You can contact Divya via e-mail at and she will have all those details for you (or she’s in our book group so you can message her on Facebook there, too!)