thank you ladies. I tend to not value them very highly because they don't take long to do. I mean , like I said, I have to move quickly. So, it's like "Go! " and the brush whips around the paper, then I think about it a bit, and add a few more things. And if I think about it too much, I end up ruining it. Some are ok, and some have a certain "air" about them that makes them fun to look at.
The problem I 've had is when I mount them onto a heavier paper for matting/framing, I get all these wrinkles and discolorations. I need some Chinese or Japanese artist to show me the correct techniques for doing this.
These are all for sale, by the way.
The size is about 9 by 12? inches.