The process of Suminagashi involves colours being placed on the water surface, which then begin to expand on the water. They are only encouraged to move by air, nothing else disturbs the surface. The colours move in an organic way – when a dynamic pattern has been shaped, Natascha makes a print by placing and moving the paper on the water.
Each piece is unique. Colour combinations are inspired by paintings such as Klimt, Monet and Van Gogh’s Starry Night, marbled in blues, yellow and gold.
Contemporary pieces are created with bolder colours including neons.
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