Astoundingly Tiny, Detailed Watercolor Paintings

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Rachel Beltz is an artist from Pennsylvania who creates these amazing miniature watercolors on various topics. Her artworks may look simple, but painting pieces this small actually requires much more effort than “regular size” paintings.

Rachel’s website reveals a bit about her: “Rachel constantly pushes the boundaries of this fluid medium; squeezing in all of the details she can, like the seed of a strawberry or the wrinkle of an elephant. The fast-paced society that she grew up in has caused her to want to make a difference.”

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