Painting on water

Instead of canvas, water! Is it possible? You will learn how to draw in such an unusual way attending a master class of water painting, namely ebru.

The technique of "floating ink" originated in the 12th century in Japan. Later, the Persians called it ebru, enriching not only the palette, but also the plots. They learned to draw not only patterns, but also birds, animals, and colorful landscapes as well.

Do not worry! Water drawings are easily transferred to paper, so you will take your art masterpiece with you as a souvenir. The birth of a "water" picture is a very exciting activity for both adults and children. Any movement of the brush across the water gives rise to unique patterns, lines, and shapes. Therefore, all canvases will be successful.

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