I'm aware that I'm walking in Paul Klee's footsteps! But this all is a heap of details. What is missing is a composition. This is all much too chaotic. I'll start anew. What I like about it is the water color look. Painting with gouaches doesn't favour the variations of intensity, light and dark as you can see in the copper roof parts of the painting. Water color is translucient. This requires a different technique; I paint on white paper and mount it on the black background. The title is "A Temple for All".