Influenced by Japanese manga comics and Art Nouveau, Los Angeles based artist Audrey Kawasaki is known for her precise technical style. Her mysterious ladies, each painted onto wood panels with oil paint and graphite, captivate with their seductive eyes, flowing hair, and ghost like features.
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