Watercolour and ink P2

Collapse Of Memory. Watercolour and ink on arches paper, 28 x 19 cm JDavies 2010
Detail from Collapse Of Memory. Watercolour and ink on arches paper JDavies 2010

 Jay Davies this painting/drawing represents the mind and the deterioration of thoughts and feelings over the years as we humans get old. And also the complexity of the Human mind which represents all the little lines and colour entangled within one and other. The process to this piece of art is to the finest point where detail is laid upon detail and refined upmost. Also all the bushes and the ink liners are of top quality and again the most finest point you can get on the market which controls the drawing to the maximum detail.these paintings over the years trained my eye coordination to extreme detail which is very much needed if you are going to be an artist. This training of the Eyes can take a good 10 years and is not for the unpatient but once achieved the detail will stay with you all of your life. Jay Davies 

Confetti. Watercolour and ink on Fabriano paper 29 x 19 cm Jason Davies 2011-12
Detail from Confetti. Watercolour and ink on Fabriano paper JDavies 2011-12

 J Davies This highly detailed watercolour and ink drawing was created over five years ago this one as I can remember was slightly harder than the others because of the softness of the paper and the ink will not go on as hard. And took two good attempts to finish it. Confetti the italian word meaning small bits I think, anyway it reminded me in a surreal way of all the content that we possess which are made up of small bits Of substance or colour in our world. To the finest point where detail meets detail to the finished end. Jason Davies 

Cannot Control Mass. watercolour and ink on arches paper 28 x 19 cm
Detail from Cannot Control Mass. watercolour and ink on arches paper JDAVIESARTS 2011

 JDavies   This drawing represents a watercolour and ink perception of mass and objects that as humans can only control to a certain degree. Science gravity and the Higgs  theory and my particle ink drawings which I did quite a few of over the years. The mind boggles and I love it, the deeper the science of art and the universe is a combination I think is very very good for us to learn and imagine. What is Art colour form and dimension, what is science ideas form and dimension. Jason Davies 

Platforms. Watercolour and ink on arches paper 39 x 28 cm JDavies 2016
Detail from, Platforms. Watercolour and ink on arches paper Jay Davies 2016.

 This painting is an architectural surrealist view of future significance. Where we could live in flat boxes instead of high rises.living in flat massive boxes horizontal to one another and maybe on top of each other, just a surrealist concept of the way  we could live in the future. Just an alternative view or an opposite direction of population growth and land overtakement. The rooftops can also be used as landing bases for population commute and delivering goods etc. These paintings are created in professional watercolour and ink 10/0 spotter brushes and 0.05 ink pens which gives a deep detail of black line and also brings forth the watercolour paint. All produced on hot pressed arches paper. Jason Davies 

Big City Blowout. Watercolour and ink on arches paper 39 x 28 cm Jay davies 2011
Detail from Big City Blowout. Watercolour and ink on arches paper Jay davies 2011

 J Davies this painting represents the city scene and some form of blowout, I am not sure if it is reference to 911 although it may be in a surreal subconscience way. Another great details painting consisting of professional watercolour and ink on arches paper. What fascinates me with this type of drawing and many of my painted canvases is the way that people see things I did not prepare or thought I had painted somebody always notices. something which my eyes do not pick up, I don't know what kind of brain interaction this counts for in the art process. This is a good thing for me. Jay davies 

Marigold. Watercolour and ink on arches paper 19 x 14 cm JDavies 2012

Jason Davies . This piece of art is a surreal watercolour and ink on Arches paper. There is 40 or more of these watercolours called the jaw series and they are all about surrealism teeth and things. They are all the same size and were all great quick pieces of thought. Jason Davies 

The Jockey. Watercolour and ink on arches paper 28 x 19 cm Jason Davies 2012
Up close The Jockey watercolour and ink on arches paper Jason Davies 2012

 Jason Davies here is a painting/drawing from my surreal landscape series from 2012 the picture is called the jockey witch like in all my paintings they are title at the end according to what they look like and what the image for foretells . There is fine detail and a great hue of colour ranging from the fine liner ink and the professional watercolour on hot press paper a Great surrealist piece in my eyes. Also a great example of automatic painting and excellent mark making. Jason Davies 2012