Etegami is a traditional Japanese folk art that combines thoughtful words with simple images painted on washi postcards. Most of my etegami are painted with sumi ink and traditional Japanese water-soluble pigments called gansai.
See more of my Etegami at http://etegamibydosankodebbie.blogspot.com where I often discuss the cultural background and the tools I use for each piece.
Many of the original etegami are for sale at extremely reasonable prices. Ask me about it.
My Images Do Not Belong To The Public Domain. Do not use my images in ANY way without my written permission.
This is the cover art from my book, “A Beginner’s Guide to Etegami,” which is available from Amazon.com and my Etsy shop. There’s a very handy and inexpensive ebook version too— details on my Etsy shop. https://www.etsy.com/listing/183186513
My Etegami Desk Calendars for 2015 are now listed on my Etsy shop. This year, I have three choices for you, the 3rd in the series of the ever popular Etegami Cats calendar, the second Etegami Dog calendar, and the first ever Etegami Barnyard calendar. I hope you’ll click the link and take a look. I make these desk calendars as an alternative to the large wall calendars I have here on RedBub…
If you enjoy my etegami images on RB, you may be interested in purchasing an original work. The originals are hand-painted on thick, fuzzy, washi cards 10 cm x 15 cm (4 " x 6 ") in size, and the colors often have a shimmer that doesn’t show up well in the scanned images. Whether you are interested in a purchase or not, go ahead and take a look. They ship directly from my workshop …