A Japanese marbling technique, Suminagashi translates to spilled ink. Ink designs float as a myriad rings and shapes on the water’s surface: moved by the artist’s breath, air currents, vibrations underground, laws of physics. Invisible flows reveal themselves, reflecting and responding to feeling and intention, but never to hard will. The lines are in constant flux: which moment to capture? No design can be repeated twice. Each piece is a numinous imprint of a moment in space, time and heart, a message from the ten thousand things.