Jim Maki finds watercolors most interesting because it's a medium that allows for freedom of expression yet requires planning and exactness. The colors can be vibrant and exciting to moody and pensive. He feels it is the ideal way to capture the scenes of nature and rustic buildings that he most enjoys painting.
The delicate quality of pen and ink have helped him see and capture details. Thin branches, grasses and fluttering birch leaves can be drawn clearly and precisely.
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