The painting on the picture (approx. 30 x 40 cm, 80-120 g / m²) on A3 paper, which was created with the "Ebru technique" (also known as "Turkish marbling art" or "turkish marbling"),
The special thing about the "Ebru technique" is that no brush touches the picture. Color drops are dabbed on the water. In order to obtain a picture, the colors are shaped on water with immersion sticks. A great deal of fingertip sensation is required to apply the desired forms to the water surface and to control the color drops on water. Therefore every image is unique. At the end of the procedure, a piece of paper or canvas is carefully placed on the water surface so that the ink can settle on the paper and can be peeled off after a few seconds. The Ebru technique is often referred to as the "dance of colors on the water".
Frame: hardboard, foil Protective film: glass Passepartout: paper
Frame width: 58 cm Frame height: 48 cm Image with passepartout approx.: 30 X 40 cm