Chinese ink

My works in Indian ink are more minimalist and intuitive than with other techniques

It all starts with an annual challenge, called Inktober. The principle of inktober is to make a painting or a drawing in ink, every day of October. I got caught up in the game and started painting in Indian ink.

From an ink flow, I make a face appear, like ghosts or entities permeating the paper. This technique being done on wet paper, the work must be fast. It is a work of concentration and intuition.

The fluidity of the ink leaves like an imprint on the paper allowing the viewer to imagine his own story.

acubens 46x33cm
acubens 46x33cm
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al baldha
al baldha
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adara toile 61x46
adara toile 61x46
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al atik
al atik
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al bali
al bali
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alioth
alioth
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alga 61x46cm
alga 61x46cm
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algenib
algenib
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alcor
alcor
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al kirdah 50x50
al kirdah 50x50
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alfirk
alfirk
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alkes 50x50
alkes 50x50
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Almak
Almak
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alkurhah 81x65
alkurhah 81x65
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Encrage 61x46
Encrage 61x46
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Ghost body I
Ghost body I

encre de chine sur papier 30x40cm

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