3 responses to “Tulip and dragon fly

  1. I like most of your oriental works…seems very natural for you–very delicate and simple–hard to beat that combination.

    • Hi Robert,

      I wish I could do Sumi-e and Chinese brush work; I try and it is ok, but I need to work on the brushes more. I need them to be wetter and for them to lose a bit of control. But I do like working in that style.

      Thanks,
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