I HAD BEEN COMMISSIONED to fill—within one month—three museum gallery spaces with pen-and-ink drawings as backdrops for Japanese ikebana flower arrangements. I had little time to waste! The drawings had to be simple and well-composed interpretations of nature—specifically, mountain streams, rocks, and vegetation.
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