by Erik Kaye copyright 2010 watercolor diptych . Editor’s Note: This beautiful watercolor diptych by Erik Kaye shows a water canal scene of what might otherwise be ancient Japan (excluding the outboard motor!) at different times of day highlighting the… Read More ›
Painting of Japan by Erik Kaye
by Erik Kayecopyright 2008watercolornote: click picture to see a larger versionHere’s what Erik has to say about the above painting:“Megane: Kintaro’s Eyeglasses, that’s pronounced Meh-gah-neh, which is the word prominently spelled in reverse in the upper left-hand corner of the… Read More ›
by Erik Kayecopyright 2008watercolorNote: double click on picture to enlarge This is another in a series of watercolors of Japan by Erik Kaye. He has been living there with his wife since the late nineties.
(Double click on the picture and you will get a larger version)By Erik Kaye, copyright 2008watercolor (If interested in purchasing some of Erik’s work, please send a query by clicking on the envelope icon after it says comments below.)