Many of these pieces are a multi layered process using plaster and acrylic paints.  Natural objects are used to create the textures in the plaster and are sometimes embedded in the piece.  These pieces are often meant to create a nostalgic sensory connection with the viewer, taking inspiration from oceans, beaches, gardens, and mountain views. boburkastudios@yahoo.com

The below pieces are a new series combining techniques from two other series of work, the Shapes and Relationships series and the Silver Lining Series

When Two Worlds Collide, acrylic paint, distilled hibiscus, graphite, acrylic ink, 48 x 24
Boburka, N. Estuary, acrylic paint, ink, distilled hibiscus, graphite, metal flake, mica f
Cosmonaut, Walnut ink, oak gall ink, distilled hibiscus, acylic ink, acrylic paint, mica f
Seraphim Don't Dream  Acrylic ink, distilled hibiscus, walnut ink, acrylic paint, charcoal
Atomic Bliss  Acrylic paint, graphite, pastel, walnut ink, distilled hibiscus, varigated l
And We Dance  Acrylic ink, acrylic paint, graphite, pastel, walnut ink, distilled hibiscus