The Pearl, 1904 a most fabulous pastel, gouache and charcoal drawing on cardboard by Mikhail Vrubel, a Russian artist.
This is also my last assignment, I have to give an 8 minute presentation on it (not marked) and 1,000 word visual analysis. Oh, and a 3,000 word essay where I think I will compare him to Art Nouveau …. Bla bla bla. As you can tell, I haven’t been exactly productive this week study wise, but tomorrow I shall just do it!
There’s always the promise of ‘tomorrow.’
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These are some charcoal drawings of Umiji’s (Grandmother) feet. It was one part of her body that I was obsessed with taking pictures of in India. I found her motions very fascinating.
Very nice drawings!
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“Happy Feet” Charcoal on Layout Bond paper, 16×20
In this one I wanted to capture multiple angles of the feet in a more detailed rendering. I created loose lines to draw the attention to each foot individually, while still keeping my drawing accurate and tight. “
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Monique writes, “I ended up doing maybe 30. I set out 50 sheets of paper and around 30 have marks on them now. This is good. By the end I felt like I had made a break through. I felt some work become ‘good’. Not quite stellar, yet.. but confidence is on the rise. This is my new daily practice. It feels good and free like falling in love…
30-second, 24″x18″, horizontal orientation, charcoal drawings flow. The last few I spend approx. 3-5+ minutes.”
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