I have some really large sheets of heavy, glossy paper that feels like cover stock or really heavy photo paper that a friend gave me but we don’t know what it’s made of. It handles paint in interesting and unexpected ways. Regular watercolors float on it and, unless they’re a staining variety, can be wiped away–almost completely erased–which is very un-watercolorlike. (A spray or two with fixative makes watercolor permanent.)
The scene is London, the characters almost all immigrants from Third World countries, some of them illegal, all of them trying to survive and avoid the dreaded immigration officials, cast as the bad guys.
Each of the six FISH THERAPY cards, which measure 5 x 7, carries its own special message of courage on the back (the inside is blank) for anyone going through a difficult time. Even the package cover can be used as a post card. The package of six cards and envelopes retails for $15 (wholesale orders are welcome), or pick your favorite image and order 6 or more of those (6 for $15).