Mark Mawson's 'Aqueous' Explores the Properties of Paint & Water

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Jun 28, 2009   Updated: Jul 7 2011 • References: markmawson &
At first glance, Mark Mawson's 'Aqueous' looks like a photo set of jellyfish or some other gelatinous water creature. A closer look, however (and a glance at the tags Mawson used for his collection), reveals that the otherworldly forms in this pictorial are actually comprised of paint.

In the hands of a master like Mark Mawson, water and paint combine to create an unusual, organic and completely beautiful masterpiece.

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