Endau-Rompin is one of the national parks in Malaysia. A group of 4 artists did a small expedition to the park back in 2004… equipped with pens, pencils, paints, papers, and plenty insect repellent. This painting is one of a series done back in studio, based on some of my sketches.
The paper I use is a traditional mulberry paper handmade in Thailand. Mulberry leaves are used there to feed the silkworm in the silk industry, the sticks used to make the paper. The resulting paper is a thick parchment paper, strong yet pliable. I have the paper made to this size to get the deckled edges which adds to the textural effect. The close up picture is of higher resolution to be able to get a feel for the texture and brush strokes of the painting.
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acrylic colour on handmade Thai mulberry paper (kada sa), deckled edge