butterfly with coneflower

paper cut on watercolor, 8"x13"

After I finished a watercolor painting, then I started the second stage of cutting up of what I already done. I use an Xacto knife slowly cutting away what I had painted. Often, the cutting part would take far more than the time of painting. I called” Deconstructive watercolor”.

 

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Alfred Ng

About Alfred Ng

I was born in Hong Kong and our family moved to Toronto, Canada in 1973 I attended and graduated with honors from Central Technical School and Ontario College of art.

I been painting and drawing since I was three years old. I am a
full time artist based in Toronto. Most of my works were inspired by
nature, travel and friendship. To see more of my works please visit
www.alfredng.ca

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