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If you are an artist, you can scribble all day?: Basquiat vu par JM Robert

If you are an artist, you can scribble all day?: Basquiat vu par JM Robert

work in progress | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

work in progress

Explore Josias Scharf's photos on Flickr. Josias Scharf has uploaded 291 photos to Flickr.

Studying the light through the trees during the workshop Working in a Series ©2011 Lena Ohlen

Art is more than Technique and Design

Studying the light through the trees in Working in a Series ©2011 Lena Ohlen Ink on Canvas Technique and Design As I’m developing the content for my new online workshop Abstraction I am continually asking myself what I want my […]

"A painting, you know, it's all dirty material. But it's about transformation. Taking that earth, that heavy earthen kind of thing, turning it into air and light." -Brice Marden

(KG) Creating in the style of Brice Marden

Students learned about the work of Brice Marden by looking at and discussing the meaning of gestural abstraction in his art. Brice Marden traveled in Thailand in the 1980s, where he became interested in Far Eastern calligraphy and the art of the brush stroke. Brice Marden Students used four different color pencils to create the overlapping lines in their work. Students learned how to use overlapping in their artwork to show that something is in front or behind another object. Brice Marden at…

Jean Michel Basquiat, Big shoes, 1983

11 juillet 2008 : Tous les messages (Page 3) - Alain.R.Truong

11 juillet 2008 : Retrouvez tous les messages de Alain.R.Truong (Page 3)

Idris Khan

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Line Drawing 1: This is a great example of showing weight in line drawing. Although it's just line after line, there are sort of shadows produced in parts of the drawing created by the space between parts of the lines.

Line Drawing 1: This is a great example of showing weight in line drawing. Although it's just line after line, there are sort of shadows produced in parts of the drawing created by the space between parts of the lines.

Sam van Doorn: STYN, drawings produced with pinball machine

A Drawing Machine that Records the Chaos of Pinball

From the pendulum-based drawing machine by Eske Rex to the art of Tim Knowles who attaches writing implements to trees, I love when the seemingly random lines of chaos (or maybe just physics) are rendered visible using ink or pencil. This latest project titled STYN by Netherlands-based graduate stud