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September 28, 2015 AT 9:00 am

Monochromatic Watercolor Paintings Exquisitely Depict Cratered Surface of Moon

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Beautiful! From MyModernMet:

German artist Michal Friese has long been enthralled with the night sky, and she expresses her fascination through beautiful watercolor paintings of the moon. Her solitary depictions of the rocky surface use a limited color palette and special techniques to mimic its cratered appearance. The watercolor medium, while it can generally be unpredictable, is neatly contained here, and showcases small, exquisite details within rigid circles. Each has a slightly different look—just like the phases of the moon.

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