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Mythological Manga Art
Amy Sol's Watercolors are Influenced by Feminine Japanese Culture


By: Emily Evans (Star) Aug 31, 11
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Gazing at these stunning works for art from Amy Sol, it seems as if you’re looking deeply into a fantasy land. From images of young women, to fantastical figures, this Korean-born artist has a vivid imagination and passion for her craft.

Through using acrylic and watercolor paints, Amy Sol is able to create her mythological artwork, when if influenced by Japanese culture and manga. These watercolors each seem to tell a different story, yet with a similar color scheme they are able to effectively blend into one universe.



Source: whitezine
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