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Each painting is an original watercolour painting, one of a kind, NOT a print, signed on the front and back. They were made using watercolour pai… Read More
Each painting is an original watercolour painting, one of a kind, NOT a print, signed on the front and back. They were made using watercolour paint on 300 Gsm Arches watercolour paper, Artline black pen, love and imagination. Paper size varies from A5, A4 and A3. Each painting is safely pack with a recycled corrugated cardboard sheet backing, inside a clear cello sleeve. Original paintings also available online at https://imagino.etsythemeshop.com Read Less
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Imagino Characters series
 
Creating watercolours characters came from a brief thought I had, making something fully spontaneous, using water to collaborate in the process. I started by painting shapes with water onto the paper, randomly adding colours to the water, letting it dry. The colour paint will change, move, mix and blend while drying, which was really amusing to me. Once it was dry, an image appeared, very different to what I started with. I would look at the shape, then draw with pen what I saw, as I saw it. I wanted the process to be freestyle and almost non-stop. I made one character and found myself with more, as I enjoyed so much. They represent to me, new friends, almost like the type you have when you are a kid, imaginary ones. They come from an image I see, that then gets interpreted in my mind, and becomes a colourful character, which I play with.  To view the process click here: Ma'am Coral painting
 
Each painting is an original watercolour painting, one of a kind, NOT a print, signed on the front. They were made using watercolour paint on 300 Gsm Arches watercolour paper, Artline black pen, love and imagination. Paper size varies from A5, A4 and A3. Each painting is safely pack with a recycled corrugated cardboard sheet backing, inside a clear cello sleeve.
 
Original paintings available online at https://imagino.etsythemeshop.com
Also available at In.cube8r Gallery, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, Australia.