At the Pulse art fair, we were constantly running into new and wonderful art work. One of the artists that we were fortunate enough to discover was Laura Ball who showed with both Morgan Lehman Gallery and Kopeikin Gallery. Her primary technique is the use of watercolor with her main subjects being animals and her family members. We found her precision with the dreamy watercolors to be really attractive and one thing that stands out is her use of the blending and bleeding of her watery pigments to create stones and rocks that mimics the colors naturally occurring in nature. Her soft touches with the brush seem to bring to life her subjects. We look forward to seeing more from the SF artist in the near future.

Check out some more pics after the jump.

Discuss Art Basel week here.