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Painting: Ink, Watercolor on Canvas.
I began to compress more the water element, trying to snatch more moments of control and being able to create a texture in the color as a kind of layering that as in “geology” represent a vertical succession of layers mutually separated by physical surfaces of discontinuity, said plans or joints of stratification. These layers are due to variations in the speed of sedimentation of the color (pigment precipitation that clings to the canvas), and then the transport capacity and the selection of the water.