Drifting Clouds in the Mountains
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Xuan Paper is traditional Chinese paper used for calligraphy and painting and has more than 1,000 years of history. The main raw materials depending on the type of Xuan paper are: sandalwood and cherry bark, bamboo, mulberry, rice straw, etc. Being very thin paper, Xuan paper becomes wavy and wrinkled when paint is applied. This is corrected by mounting the painting on backing paper. Indre Beinarte is mounting her paintings using traditional wet mounting technique, using homemade natural glue. The paper becomes smooth again; mounting enhances the colors and preserves the painting.
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Indre uses East Asian ink painting technique as the basis of her current form of expression. She is deeply interested in East Asian art, philosophy, poetry, and nature. Harmony, nature, simplicity, and minimalism reflect in Indre's work.
Indre is also a debut author. In 2022, she published her debut book for kids, called "Eido’s Summer", that she also illustrated.