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Jessie Pitt

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Weisskogl
Weisskugl, 2010 Mixed Media © Jessie Pitt
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Hochfirst 3405m mit Granatenkogl, 2010 Mixed Media 52.5 X 80cm © Jessie Pitt
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Dent Blanche, 2010 Mixed Media © Jessie Pitt
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St.Anton view, 2008 Mixed Media 400 X 590 © Jessie Pitt
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Arlberg Panorama, 2009 Mixed Media 600 X 2200 Mm (Approx.) © Jessie Pitt
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Mt.Everest, 15/8/10 Mixed Drawing Media © jessie pitt
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Cordilera Blanca, Peru, 2009 Mixed Media Drawing 550 X 360 © Jessie Pitt
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Everest, 2007 Mixed Media Drawing 1010 X 1550 © Jessie Pitt
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Ötztal, 7/2011 Mixed Drawing Media On Paper 1130 X 855 Mm © Jessie Pitt
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Karakorum, 2011 Mixed Drawing Media 125.5 X 60 Cm © Jessie Pitt
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Naederkogl, 2012 Mixed Drawing Media 110 X 50 Cm © Jessie Pitt
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Schalfkogel, 2012 Mixed Drawing Media 48.5 X 77.5 Cm © Jessie Pitt
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Bright, 2012 Mixed Drawing Media 80 X 80 © Jessie Pitt
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Schwarz See, Zillertal, 2012 Mixed Drawing Media © Jessie Pitt
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
Australia
Birth year
1975
Lives in
Australia and Austria
Works in
Australia and Austria
Tags
mountains mixed-media realism mixed-media realism landscape mixed-media realism mixed-media, landscape
Statement

Spending alot of time in the mountains and in the wildness I find that i am trully inspried by the natural world. The sulbities and natural images are inspirational... it doesnt seem to matter if you are looking at the same scene twice or many times it never is the same.

I am fascinated by the effects of light and shadow and how they can change the mood of an image, as well as being fascinated by added plays onlight and shadow and layers such as reflections. Mountains are incredibly dramatic and there is something about them that draws my attention. As I ilive and work predominently in the mountains I am lucky to witness the constant changes and play with light which changes form and mood....

It is interesting that when i am drawing mountains I find in the end I am not drawing mountains but light, shadow and shapes that become mountains when i stand back.. that I am drawing the mood of the mountains... the feelings that we can have when we are in the mountains... they have an incredible silence that is hard to find anywhere else

So in the natural beauty of our planet offers limitless motivation and material to draw, that light and shadow is what we see that defines what we see into shapes and things that we recognize and can change the mood and and shape of what we see in so many ways.

The media i use is varied and is often dictated by my transient lifestyle. Even though i majored in printmaking i tend to draw more using materials that are easy to take with me such as drawing ink, various pencils, compressed charcoal, conté, pastel, pens, gouche and acrylic paint.

 

 

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