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The subject matter of my watercolor paintings ranges from tropical palm trees, florals to still life of fruit and landscape.
My watercolor paintings are reproduced using a pigment printing process because it accurately duplicates the luminous quality of my watercolor washes. The longevity of the inks is the same as that of my watercolor paints.
My limited edition prints are printed on a heavyweight archival watercolor paper. The inks used are archival pigmented inks. Each print is signed and numbered.
Greg Ortega produces my pigment watercolor prints. He is a maestro of color. His company Gamma One prints the highest quality prints for museums and individuals. I've worked with Greg for many years and his ability to reproduce the colors in my watercolor paintings is phenomenal!
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My painting "Kyoto" is featured in the "The Artful Home" book by Toni Sikes. You can purchase the book at: Guild
My watercolor paintings reproduced as prints can also be purchased through the Guild.com
The Fall 2003 issue of American Artist's Watercolor Magazine featured an extensive article on my watercolor paintings. The article can be viewed on my Watercolor Blog
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I have recently returned to painting with oils. My portrait studies can be seen here:Portraits
My portraits were exhibited at ASL in New York City where I received a top award for my portrait painting.
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Watercolor paintings by Marlies Merk Najaka are copyrighted and may not be reprinted without the written permission of the artist.Downloading images from the website is a violation of copyright. To learn more about Copyright please click Copyright Blog