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Pigment Liner Art.  
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5/20/14 Posted 5/20/14

Some years ago I attended an exhibition that truely inspiried and helped me improve my technique in using ultra fine pigment liner pens to create detailed and realistic drawings. Even though I only draw on A4 sized paper some of my drawings have taken up to 50 hours to draw, primarily with pencil then with an eraser and three very fine pens I begin restoring and rendering the drawing to bring it to life. Even though the drawings can take a really long time to complete I find each stage of the... [more]

[VIDEO] Interview with Sibylla Dumke   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Sibylla Dumke at Cruise & Callas September 14th, 2013 - October 26th, 2013
Posted 10/22/13

Sibylla Dumke is showing for the third time in the gallery Cruise&Callas. For some time now her work has been quite intuitive having been inspired by the fragments of nature and products of civilization. At the current solo show she installed a scenario where the opposing elements are combined together. Collected branches are tinted by Japan Ink. Consequently, her objects are captured and held together by black colour. The artist’s 'Mumifying’ has several layers of meaning which a... [more]

DOODLED ABSTRACTIONS by DANNY AUGUSTINE  
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8/17/13 Posted 8/17/13

FROM THE U.S. DOODLED ABSTRACTIONS by DANNY AUGUSTINE The rich paintings of Chicago based artist Danny Augustine are abstractions yet specific explorations into his personal lexicon of colors, shapes and lines. What starts as a random splash of ink or water may evolve to interpret his mother's schizophrenia then shift to portray his inner landscape of memories and experiences, converging with the 24-hour stream of orld news updates. To read more grab your latest issue on news stands o... [more]

The Critical Jokester   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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James Ulmer at Beginnings — July 3rd, 2013 - July 28th, 2013
Posted 7/23/13

Humans have a tendency to anthropomorphize the world around us—from pets in sunglasses, and cacti with bulging eyes, to building facades whose mouths swing open. We also like to draw, to represent the world on paper. These impulses are given full energy in James Ulmer’s current show, Drawings, though it is hard to tell if he has distilled once complex images into pictograms, or if he has instilled irregular shapes with the diverse personalities of a cast of characters. Seventeen dense... [more]

Salesroom Artist: Maryam Muliaee  
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4/18/13 Posted 4/18/13

(Image: Maryam Muliaee, Self-destruction 14, 2012, Ink on Cardboard; © Maryam Muliaee)   Maryam Muliaee (b. 1981, Iran) Over the last ten years my artistic practices has resulted in creation of several collections of drawing, painting and illustration. Creating art is my way of trying to comprehend and come to grips with the meaning of existence. By creating new spaces I can clarify and express my perception of the values and possibilities of life as a whole. Since there are some existential... [more]

ORIENTOPHOBIA  
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4/12/13 Posted 3/9/13

ORIENTOPHOBIA Nazir Tanbouli solo exhibition at Hackney Down Studios Amhurst Terrace, E8 2BT London May 02 1013 to may 31 2013 Opening Party at 7 pm May 02 Orientophobia is a very large scale drawing-based installation bringing together a whole body of work made by Nazir Tanbouli in the period between July 2012 and January 2013. The large ink on paper drawings were conceived not as artworks but as separate exercises, each one “replies” to the other. They are brought together as one artwork by this instal... [more]

SERENITY DESPITE THE HEAT AT NATURAL/CONSTRUCTED SPACES I  
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Keighty Alexander, Kate Baird, Kyungah Choi, Peter Colquhoun, Steve Derrickson, Pippa Drew, Mark W. Forman, Rick Fox, Daniel Gerwin, John Hampshire, Alice Harrison, Cameron Harvey, lori hinrichsen, Zach Horn, Gwendolyn Kerber, Margaret Lawrence, Beth Livensperger, john mcnamara, Elizabeth Mead, Jaclyn Mednicov, Jessica Mongeon, Armin Mühsam, Charlotte Nicholson, Gina Occhiogrosso, Bruce Pollock, Eleanor Ray, Joan Reutershan, Helen Shulman, Hester Simpson, Robert Straight, Joe Walentiny, Alice Whealin, Sarah Williams at The Painting Center June 19th, 2012 - July 14th, 2012
Posted 7/3/12

http://www.artsicle.com/blog/serenity-despite-the-heat-at-natural-constructed-spaces-i Chelsea, NY [more]

Art Classes at 57th Street Gallery, Oakland, CA 94610  
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1/19/12 Posted 7/28/09

In honor of my mother, a published artist, I would like to add some information about my art classes that I plan at the 57th Street Gallery in Oakland, CA.  located on the corner of 57th Street and Telegraph. The Art Classes at the 57th Street Gallery are potentially strong. We go over the basics of drawing, painting and always stop at technical details for those who want to improve on their drawing and painting. Beginners, Intermediate, and Advanced levels of painters can benefit from these studies.... [more]

Paths of Peace   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Clara Halter at Galerie Nathalie Obadia - Bruxelles November 10th, 2011 - January 14th, 2012
Posted 11/26/11

The Galerie Nathalie Obadia is delighted to be hosting the first personal exhibition by Clara Halter in Brussels. This major show/manifesto, entitled ‘Chemins de Paix’ (‘Paths of Peace’) showcases the full variety of the artist’s work – drawings, engravings, calligraphic variations around the word ‘Peace’ bringing together the two antagonistic poles which have always driven her progress: the militant commitment to humanitarian causes and the solitary drive to explore inner space. Continuing on... [more]

Oh Line Divine   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Amina Ahmed at Seven Art Limited November 4th, 2011 - December 10th, 2011
Posted 11/14/11

At the core of artist Amina Ahmed’s practice is the basic human desire of mark making. Marks, she concedes in her artistic statement, are her way into a universe attuned to symbolic, ritualistic meaning. For this particular exhibition, ‘The Call,’ currently on at the Seven Art Limited gallery till 3rd December, Ahmed uses a variety of ways to explore the process of mark making, using mediums as varied as charcoal, ink, gum, tempera, paper, light and shadow, all attuned in ways best described as ‘... [more]

Nik Christensen: The Lower Depths   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Nik Christensen at Galerie Gabriel Rolt October 22nd, 2011 - November 19th, 2011
Posted 10/24/11

The last two books I’ve read, both left in my possession by houseguests, take place in multiple or alternative universes. I don’t typically read books set in magical and science-fictional worlds, so I wasn’t really accustomed to the elaborate world building of, say, China Mieville’s Perdido Street Station. After reading endless pages oozing with analogies and descriptive modifiers, I wished I could just see a picture, or better yet, a five-minute filmic rendition of the fantastic world – somethi... [more]

Qiu Zhijie: On Our China Watchlist  
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9/24/11 Posted 9/24/11

(Image: Qiu Zhijie, Lightning – 40 Years as if a Dream, I Awake Today but my Eyes are Blur, 2010, Ink on paper, h: 84 x w: 124 cm; © Long March Space) Qiu Zhijie (b. 1969, Zhangzhou, Fujian Province, China) Combining a wide range of media, namely photography, video, calligraphy, painting, installation and performance, Qiu Zhijie's works undeniably possess an experimental spirit. He received traditional calligraphy training, as well as intense literature, history and philosophy reading at a re... [more]

Julian Pozzi: On Our New York Watchlist  
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7/22/11 Posted 7/22/11

(Image: Julian Pozzi, Pray Smile, 2010, 38 x 40 inches, ink, watercolor, gouache on paper; © Julian Pozzi) Julian Pozzi With the use of a bamboo pen, ink and watercolor, Pozzi creates intricate weavings of color that depict improvised structures which are based on outdoor recreational areas and objects. Playgrounds, climbing structures, boats, swimming pools and hot tubs serve as platforms or supports for the drawings. Pozzi uses interlocking grids, webs or nets to represent these struc... [more]

Ralf Ziervogel: On Our Berlin Watchlist  
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7/10/11 Posted 7/10/11

(Image: Ralf Ziervogel , "S.O.D" ; Ink and spray paint on paper, 24 drawings, each 65.5x50.5 cm, 2009, 262x303 cm (total); © Carbon 12 Dubai) Ralf Ziervogel (b. 1975, Clausthal-Zellerfeld, Germany) Ralf Ziervogel 's work centers on panoramic drawings that often function as part of complex installations, and which, seen from a distance, at first reveal more structured pattern than content.  Up close, one finds proliferating, detailed scenes of obsessive sexual violence involving men, women, children... [more]

CALL FOR ARTISTS! Exquisite Corpse  
Posted 7/6/11

Exquisite Corpse: Call for Artists “Exquisite corpse” is a method by which a collage of words or images is collectively assembled. Each collaborator adds to a composition in a sequence, either by following a rule or by being allowed to see the end of what the previous person contributed. corpse (n.) – 1. archaic: a human or animal body, whether living or dead; 2. a dead body, especially of a human being exquisite (adj.) – 1. carefully selected; 2. archaic: accurate; 3. marked by flawless... [more]

CALL FOR ARTISTS! Exquisite Corpse  
Posted 6/29/11

Exquisite Corpse: Call for Artists “Exquisite corpse” is a method by which a collage of words or images is collectively assembled. Each collaborator adds to a composition in a sequence, either by following a rule or by being allowed to see the end of what the previous person contributed. corpse (n.) – 1. archaic: a human or animal body, whether living or dead; 2. a dead body, especially of a human being exquisite (adj.) – 1. carefully selected; 2. archaic: accurate; 3. marked by flawless... [more]


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