Chinese brush painting created by me in Brighton, UK
This is one painting from my new series in the Pomo style.
Pomo 潑墨, or Splashing Ink refers to a technique that involves working wet in wet, where watercolour and ink are thrown or poured onto rice paper, pre-mounted board, or shikishi board. The painting then is completed using traditional brush work. The concept of 'Splashed ink' is generally associated with the eccentrics of the later Tang dynasty and with some Zen artists of 13 century. It gained popularity through the works of Zhang Daqian 張大千(1899-1983).
After the Pomo dried, based on its shape, I had the idea of depicting it as lotus leaves and then drawing flowers using the fine-line Gong Bi technique with meticulous brush strokes.
The painting was showcased at The Maker's large summer art event in One Garden, Brighton, and received a lot of attention.
Signed, dated and stamped with stone seals carved by me.
Painted in my home studio, Plum Blossom Ink Art.
Framed in wood:
Original painting size : 38cm x 38cm (15" x 16")
Framed size: 40.6cm x 40.6cm (16" x 16")
Packaging: the artwork will be sent in a well-protected package.
This is NOT a print or a reproduction, this is my original artwork.
✨A perfect gift to someone loves nature! ❤️
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