The surface of water rising and falling gently, a small wave that is passed on.

The flow of water is one of the hardest things to render, and through the course of history artists have come up with their own ways of capturing its shifting qualities. Each art print in the exquisite Water Flows series depicts the particular and universal characteristics of water in motion. Fluidly moving across a range of graphic styles, water drifts, gushes, trickles, and ripples across the surface of paper.

This print is made using environmentally friendly soy-based inks on a risograph machine. Tara Books is among the first to experiment with riso-printing on a commercial scale in India. The medium allows for transparencies and overlays that add layers and depth, making it especially suited for rendering the prints in this collection.

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Weight100.0 g
Dimensions295 × 295 × 1 mm





210 gsm textured board


Moyna Chitrakar

Moyna Chitrakar is an artist and performer from the Patua scroll painting tradition, whose art is vivid and earthy. She lives in Nirbhaypur Village, Paschim Medinipur District, West Bengal, India. Click here to discover her other Tara Books.


Patua Art

The Patua tradition of scroll painting is a living tradition from Bengal, where performance, storytelling and art meet. Click here to discover other Tara projects with Patua artists.