Saturday, May 29, 2010
Henry Arifin, Watercolourist
Henry Arifin is from Toronto and he enjoys capturing the scenes of his city in waters.
He paints simply in a loose, wet on wet style and he has an excellent sense of composition and understanding of colour.
Henry writes of his style: "What inspires me most is taking a busy, even chaotic, scene, and organising it into a pleasing, simple pattern of values and colors."
Please click here to be taken to Henry's website.
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