One Hundred Views of Japan Series
Liquid acrylic, Sumi ink, newspaper, manga, cotton rag mat, gold leaf, resin on deep-cradled wood panel
30" x 30" x 2.75" unframed
From the series "One Hundred Views of Japan." Japanese art, architecture, culture, and nature are among my biggest inspirations. Flowers occupy a special place in the Japanese imagination, none more so than the cherry blossom. "Flowers Niban" is one of a series of interpretations featuring the cherished flower, rendered in my layered pop expressionist style.