‘Crocodiles’s Tears’ by Hope Doe
Artist: Hope Doe
Title: ‘Crocodile’s Tears’
Medium: Sumi Ink, Watercolour, and Silver Leaf on Paper
Dimensions: 13” x 7.5″
Framing: Unframed (mounted on wood panel – wrapped around – ready to hang)
Year of Creation: 2019
About the Artwork:
“This piece is about the vulnerability we unravel in when opening our hearts.” – Hope Doe
About the Artist:
Hope is an American artist currently residing in Mie, Japan. With her interests in Japanese traditional arts and growing up in a western culture, she creates a unique blend of the two influences. Her work has a strong sense of narrative, which contains a tinge of mystery and the unknown. Her artwork is often molds humanity with the natural world giving the sense that humanity is one in the same, and shouldn’t be a separate entity.
Her work contains a variety of mixed media, including sumi, graphite, oils, and watercolours.