Rediscover Suminagashi: An Ancient Japanese Painting Technique Suminagashi, which literally means "ink floating" is an ancient Japanese technique of painting on water. The ink or paint is then transferred to paper or another absorbent material and allowed to dry. This technique is often referred to as "marbling", as well as Ebru. These days, you can use inks, acrylics, oils, and even nail polish with this painting technique to create truly interesting and unexpected results!
Patricia Ladd Carega Gallery : Margery Thomas Mueller-Margery Thomas Mueller I have been working on Yupo paper for about two and a half years. Yupo is plastic, it has no tooth to hold the ink, graphite or any medium without being fixed...and therefore it is constantly movable. The search for how to work on this paper has lead me to work in a manner that is always flexible and uncertain. Landscape -Fall 2015
In Limbo Inside the Hart. My portrait of one of the greatest lead singers today, Alison Mosshart, for the 2013 @indyhall_arts show Music Inspiring Art. 19.5" x 27.5" unframed $325 or with a 2" simple black frame $425. Ink, watercolor and acrylic paint on fine art paper. Pick up available. Shipping not included.
"Y o u h a v e witchcraft in your lips" Shakespeare Henry V. . . . . . . . . First charcoal drawing in years. I forgot how messy it is for me because I hold my pen/pencil differently and I smudge ink and charcoal easily. The side of my hand always had black marks on it and now they're back again haha. It makes me feel almost nostalgic. And I previously worked with charcoal sticks that you whittle to a point with a knife proper old skoollll. But this time I have the pencils. Much easier and…