Coffee break with Katsushika Hokusai


COFFEE PAINTING. Two years ago, I bought this coloring book, Floating World – Jaspanese Prints by Andrew Vigar at the National Bookstore. Tagged at Php645.00 (US$13), this art book contains 22 woodlock prints which can be colored using ink or pencil, then teared-off, have it frame and hang on the wall.

I do coffee painting, instead of pen or colored ink, I transformed it using the coffee granules. The first masterpiece I replicated is the work of Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849) entitled, ” Peonies and Canary, c. 1834. This design was from an untitled series known as “Small Flowers.” Hokusai designed of birds and flowers which depicts harmony in nature.

~ by reymos on February 15, 2020.

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