watercolor and India ink on watercolor paper. I recently went to Hawaii and snorkeled with many of these beautiful and colorful, tropical fish.
Trigger fish are called triggers because of their boney pectoral and pelvic spines. They use these two spines to lock themselves inside of a hole in a rock or coral. When the sea gets rough or they get scared they can ride out the troubled waters locked away from danger.
Jani is an award winning water media and graphite artist who specializes in horses and people, but can paint or draw anything. Many of her watercolor paintings have pastel and/or India ink added.
"Sometimes watercolor alone just doesn't capture the depth needed to tell the story. When pastel or ink is added, it seems to complete the piece of art."
"Lately, I've been exploring a new media - water soluble oils. I love this media because of the easy soap and water clean up and the paint isn't toxic, but otherwise behaves just like traditional oils."
Her emotive, painterly style is what she calls impressionistic realism.
"Although I am capable of doing photo-real work, I prefer creating works that lean towards a looser rendering of...
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