jellies iby Karen Chan $50.00 - 95.00
- the story
Vibrant and fluid, Karen Chan's lively artwork captures the fanciful world of ocean life in watercolor and ink. Relying solely on experimentation and the unpredictable blending of color, Karen uses a wet on wet technique to allow paint to mix with puddles of water on the paper. The light drip effect mimics the free floating motion of a jellyfish through water, lending an ethereal air to the piece. Printed in Oregon.
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- Made from
- acid free matboard, acid free paper, BonanzaWood®, acid free ink
- Framed: 18" H x 14" W; Unframed: 16" H x 12" W
- Comes framed and ready to hang, in a black BonanzaWood® frame, or unframed and matted with white matboard, and Plexi.
- the maker
Karen Chan is an artist from Silver Spring, Maryland. She enjoys creating pieces using watercolor, oil and acrylic paints, and pencil. Although she has a public health background and currently holds a job in the healthcare field, she maintains her passion for art and can often be found working at a local art studio on weekends. She is influenced by her love of nature and particularly loves creating portraits and still lifes. She strives to create pieces that evoke a sense of appreciation in the seeming mundanity of the natural world. collection
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