India ink on watercolor paper

 


In the technique the artist calls ink bleeds, the medium expands throughout the surface of wet paper as it blends with the image for a complete illusion. Ink bleeds are produced using a very bright palette that includes magenta, yellow and blue creating an array of contrasting hues that vary in intensity. Subject matter includes abstractions,
semi-abstractions, landscapes, portraits and still lifes.



Pure drawing is an abstraction. Drawing and color are not distinct, everything in nature is
colored         
- Paul Cezanne