The colors of the sea
What I've been focusing on lately is working on the sea. I recently completed a three-color sea painting.
This year, as an experiment, I have been drawing small-sized watercolor paintings with $1 water color paints.
This project started with the question mark of whether it is possible to create an environment where anyone can draw with just white paper, a brush, and a dollar. I hope that it will be an opportunity to tell someone that the barriers to entry are still high when it comes to purchasing art materials and painting, so poor children will not give up on becoming artists.
Although it is a $1 watercolor paint, it was not too difficult to draw the color and temperature of the sea. I just want to inform you that I used the water color ground white for the wave part.
The color of the sea changes in an instant due to the angle of the sun's reflection and the color of the sun changing every moment. Occasionally the sea shows numerous color changing events: yellow, purple, gray, pink, gold, indigo and more. This is a truly one-of-a-kind art show that we can watch every day without paying anything.
Myungja Anna Koh
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