San Francisco-conceived craftsman Karl Martens makes lovely works of art of feathered creatures utilizing materials not regularly matched together – Japanese and Chinese calligraphy brushes
with watercolor. Most entrancing that he paints the greater part of his works by memory, without reference to any aide. What you’ll see first are the clearing brushstrokes and afterward you’ll see all
the fine subtle elements. While he utilizes extensive Japanese and Chinese calligraphy brushes to make the general shape and stance of the winged creatures, the multifaceted markings of them are
done utilizing charcoal pencil and littler calligraphy brushes. Martens contemplated winged creatures for so long that he knows how to paint both the vast and unobtrusive contrasts including the
flying creatures’ noses.