Traditional oriental paintings use water to control the color of the shade, but in this work, instead of using water, the amount of ink applied determines the strength of the shade and creates the play of light and dark.
Compared to other works, this work focuses on delicate details. The traditional paper and its unique texture helps express the delicate parts of the object such as the streak in wood and the many branches.
Sold rolled and protected in a wooden crate with acid free archival paper.
Medium Used: Ink on Traditional Paper