Marvelous work of art on dark water by Garip Ay
Art is multifaceted! This artist from Turkey creates outstanding pictures on dark water. Look and enjoy.
Garip Ay is a Turkish artist who uses water as a canvas for his marvelous masterpieces. This kind of art is called Erbu or Paper marbling. An Erbu artist sprinkles color pigments on a pan of oily water and then transforms this pattern to paper. This is true magic, because there should be no mistakes in the work, otherwise an artist will have to start all over again. Watch how Garip Ay creates his magical copy of one of Van Gogh's well-known pictures.
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