Magnificent ink painting with koi fish, only the Japanese can use a brush with ink and make such a simple and divine masterpiece!!!

Magnificent ink painting with koi fish, only the Japanese can use a brush with ink and make such a simple and divine masterpiece!

Conifers growing on a broad brush stroke that resembles a charred piece of wood.    This is a giclée print in archival ink on 308 gram fine art paper. Its very faithful to the original. Dimensions: 4x 6    This is part of a series dedicated to the appreciation of trees. I start each picture with one or two broad ink strokes and add one or more trees or elements of trees.

Conifers growing on a broad brush stroke that resembles a charred piece of wood. This is a giclée print in archival ink on 308 gram fine art paper. Its very faithful to the original. Dimensions: 6 This is part of a series dedicated to the appreciation

Dwight Hwang.

Giant Squid // gyotaku is a form of printing that uses a real fish to create a print or rubbing.

"Rivering" Suminagashi (Japanese Marbling). Uses Chinese rice paper, Asian Sumi ink, water and a surfectant that keeps the ink on the surface of the water.

Uses Chinese rice paper, Asian Sumi ink, water and a surfectant that keeps the ink on the surface of the water.

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Laura Wait, "Literate Farrago", Mixed-Media, Encaustic, Kozo Paper, Sumi Ink, 2010

Laura Wait Title: Literate Farrago Date: 2010 Medium: encaustic, kozo paper, sumi ink Original Dimensions:

Stasia Burrington: charcoal, sumi ink, arcylic paint and cut fabric flower collage

Stasia Burrington‘s collection of drawings on brown Kraft Stonehenge paper. Done with charcoal, sumi ink, acrylic paint and cut fabric flower collage.

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