This original suminagashi print is made with sumi ink on handmade Japanese washi. The printed pattern resembles the sands of a delta meeting the sea. Created by Natalie in her NY studio, it is one of a kind.
- Measures 14 1/4 x 10"
- Permanent, acid free monoprint
- Printed on ivory washi
- Unframed, ships flat
Suminagashi is the Japanese art of marbling by floating sumi ink on the surface of water. The floating ink is manipulated into patterns through the use of natural forces such a wind or vibration, drawing, or the introduction of experimental additives. Each image is the imprint of a precise moment in time when the swirling, morphing pattern is transferred to a sheet of paper. Because of this, as well as the cultural history informing suminagashi, the abstract images have a strong visual connection to natural phenomena.
Perfect for display in a duet or trio! Get 10% off with the purchase of two or more medium size (14 1/4 x 10") prints with the code TWOOFAKIND at checkout.