KAIN BATIK is known in Japan as the “father of watercolors.”

The artist paints watercolours and watercoloring books with watercoloured watercolouring brushes, sometimes as large as a book.

His work, called “Batik,” was featured on the cover of the New Yorker magazine in 2001 and is now in the book “Batiki,” which is being published in Japan.

Kain has been working in watercolour painting for more than 30 years and his latest project is a watercolour painting of a batik made in watercolor.

It is called “The Batik.”

It depicts a woman and a boy in the garden, who are playing with a bat.

Kains father, a fisherman, had been fishing at a riverbank and decided to try his luck on a fish that was caught by a fisherman.

When he saw the fish, the fisherman decided to give him the fish as a prize.

“When I saw the picture of the fish in the picture book, I thought, ‘There’s no way it could be a fish,'” Kain said.

“It’s really a miracle that the fish is alive.

And I thought that it’s a miracle because there’s no one else in the world who could draw a fish with a brush like this.”

In the watercoloration process, the artist adds a brush to the water and then slowly paints the water colour over it.

The watercolor is then rubbed on a canvas.


KAIN BATIK, works from his home studio in Japan, where he also paints books.

The artist is also a renowned collector of watercolour paintings.

Kailash Kumar, who wrote a book about his work, “A Fish Called Kain,” said Kain’s watercollet painting is a “classic example of the art of drawing a fish in water.”

“I think it’s the most beautiful watercolonization technique you can see,” Kumar said.

Kamin, who has worked on several watercollections, said the painting is similar to how a watercoltographer might use a watercolor brush to paint a fish.

“I’ve never seen a painting like this,” Kamin said.

He said the technique was easy to do and the watercolour brush made a beautiful impression.

“You get this very soft, soft brush and you paint the water in a way that is like a water color.

I love the watercolor and I love this technique,” Kain told ABC News.

“And I think this is what people in Japan are looking for.”

Kain wrote the book in order to share his knowledge and experience in watercolour.

He began watercoling in the 1980s, and his paintings are a reflection of that passion.

KAYLOR SANDERS, a writer, artist and educator, is a regular contributor to ABC News’ World News Tonight with Diane Sawyer and the ABC News Digital Network.

She writes about the art, technology, social issues and politics of the digital age for ABC News and other outlets.

This story has been updated.