Etegami painted quite a while ago and featured in an art show at my work, using a quotation attributed to Coleridge. “Library cormorant: one omnivorous and voracious in reading”.
Happy new year! I don’t quite know where 2016 went (maybe somewhere in a hand basket??) but all of a sudden it’s New Year’s Eve and I’ve only just finished my New Year’s… Continue reading
“Waddle I do without you?” This card was painted for my 8-year-old cousin (featured earlier this year)– hope she knows how much I love her!The paper I used here is Japanese rice paper… Continue reading
More ducks! This series of duck etegami started in my brain when someone I know on Facebook said he was walking home, saw some ducks just doing their thing, walking along the road,… Continue reading
Ducks… these ones are rather odd, with the angle I chose to focus on. Look for a few more ducks over the next couple of weeks. Oh, and I’m selling the blue-billed one… Continue reading
Sometimes I like my practice drawings so much I can’t scrap them. But in the meantime I’ve drawn and painted and scribbled and dripped ink all around them. I usually cut out the… Continue reading
I did a series of etegami watercolor cards and various versions of a spring haiku, all inspired by of my friend Angela’s photo a white stork, which is currently featured in the DCist… Continue reading
Forgot to post this in February when I wrote the haiku and drew this etegami. Today’s balmy 60 degree weather, calm skies, feel a long way from late February.
These two etegami are mistake-ridden. The first one originally had an incorrect attribution on it. The second shows my sloppy penmanship at its peak. I sent these out anyway. The point of etegami… Continue reading