Watercolor on Paper
is one of my favorite artists. He uses wonderful color and shapes in the paintings and there is a great deal of tension in his work. When you look at one of his paintings, you can't help but look at all of the many details. This painting was partially inspired by the topic for my watercolor this class this week, but also by Klimt and his painting "The Kiss."
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