“Art is not what you see,
but what you make others see”.
So – what do you see???
It is a double orange daylily from the Gardens at Waters East… 80 more words
This one’s from an oil painting of Degas. I used an orange paper to cover most of the bright background. I’m still struggling with the blunt edges of pastels but I’m letting it trouble me less- trying the go-with-the-flow mantra (which sounds more watercolour appropriate, but I’ll use it for pastels anyways!)
Marie-Clémentine Valadon – Suzanne Valadon –, nasceu a 23 de Setembro de 1865 em Bessines-sur-Gartempe, perto de Limoges, e faleceu a 7 de Abril de 1938 em Paris. 1,102 more words
Today I decided to use a coloured paper to give my white pastel more of a chance to shine. I’m happy with this one…The closer I look at old master’s work and more I appreciate the subtle beautiful lines and shades, and the lovely curves of the body that he get’s JUST right- and I have to try so hard for it to look anything like a real body part. 9 more words
The exhibition at Wuppertal, Germany, “Pissarro, Father of Impressionism,” is an extensive retrospective of Pissarro’s lifework, including a wide selection of paintings and works on paper from his earliest days as an artist. 537 more words