“Autumn in Japan” and its edition diary.
The Tea House Diary. A notebook to inspire creativity.
One Moment, One Drawing. Twelve ink drawings to chase the seasons.
Why humans dance. A world history of dance in objects
Japanese Ink Painting
Welcome to my Japanese ink painting world
Zen Mondays. A weekly dose of ink painting and poetry from my desk.
Celebrating in washi and ink. The “etegami” mini prints catalogue.
Inking 100 Japanese birds
Danger sometimes depends on the angle you choose to see.
Looking down from a waterfall edge, Iceland, 2016
Looking into the distance (seated monk sketch), mimasu, みます, 見ます, 2017
Photo Challenge: Danger!
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Taking a step back from the subject you often find a more surprising view.
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