Ikebana series #4
This painting was done after I read a book about how to arrange flowers in Japanese-style.
I really like the rustic feel of this painting because the materials used in the arrangement are not ordered, but instead just thrown together in an unsystematic way that echoes my own feeling when arranging flowers.
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Ikebana series #1
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