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Sumi Ink on Rice Paper

Enso Circles drawn with black sumi ink, the traditional substance which has been used to draw enso circles for hundreds of years. Rice paper is a generic name for a wide collection of papers made from rice paper pulp.

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Acrylic on Canvas

Enso Circles drawn with acrylic on canvas. I like to paint on unstretched canvas which has a similar raw raw and element quality as rice paper.


Enso Circles drawn with watercolors on rice paper. In the history of Enso Circles as an art form, colored and multicolored enso are a contemporary development.

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Canvas giclee

Enso Circles as giclee prints on canvas. Zen Circles look great in a large format. They have a real presence and are powerful pieces of art.

shikishi boards

Zen Circles drawn on hard art boards from Japan called shikishi boards. They are covered with a variety of fine art papers and finished with a gold trim. Shikishi boards are a traditional sight in Japanese homes and temples. They are often given as gifts.

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framed art

Enso Circles on display. How they look  framed and unframed, matted and hanging on walls in a variety of settings.