7" x 7"
Alcohol Ink on Yupo
Anyone who knows my subject matter preferences, knows that I love to paint realistic, close-up, single bloom flowers. Roses in particular.  So you can imagine how difficult it was for me NOT to touch the inks as they formed what, to me looked like a flower.  Okay, squint, and maybe it'll look like one to you, too.  

If the flower image doesn't do it for you, just accept this piece as it is; what happens when ink droplets are placed on top of another color at varying degrees of dryness.  See the soft yellow edge? It was placed on the red while the red was still wet. The hard edged yellow pushed the dry red ink out of the way as it spread, making a ridge (like plowed snow) of the underlying color.  Learning by doing!