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John William Waterhouse: Comprehensive Painting Gallery of Artwo

Welcome :: John William Waterhouse :: Gary J. Hernandez Gary J. Hernandez is an internationally recognized, award winning artist. He was born in Victoria, Texas and currently resides in Houston, Texas. He received training from the Houston Museum of Fine Arts School of Art. In 1986 he sold his graphics design firm to pursue a full-time career as a professional artist. Exhibiting extensively in the Houston area, his art has also been showcased in SOHO, New York/ Santa Fe, New Mexico/ Chicago, Illinois/ Cape Cod, Massachusetts/ Scottsdale, Arizona/ Fairfield, Connecticut/ Topeka, Kansas/ Naples, Florida/ Springfield, Massachusetts as well as the Contemporary Arts Museum in Houston. He specializes in representational art with an emphasis on the human figure. Prices for Hernandez's works range from $ 500 to $ 12,000 depending upon size and the complexity of the subject. Mr. © Gary J.

BrushStrokes Reproductions, Oil Groups - Drawing Paradise Heads: ___________________________________________________Front View Begin by drawing a large circle. Divide this circle horizontally into thirds, and cut it in half with a vertical line. Next, draw a little mark (a short line, not a dot) directly beneath the circle. Next, you want to flesh out the face so it isn't so thin. Now that you have the shape of the face down, you will want to add the eyes, nose and mouth. Next, erase those diagonal guidelines and fill in the detail on the eyes. Begin with a large circle, just like you did with the frontal view, except now rotate all the guidelines up and to the left. Next, extend the curved vertical guideline down the sphere, and select a point beneath the sphere to represent the chin. To flesh out the face a little more, draw round triangles on the sides of each of the diagonal guidelines. Next, draw the eyes, nose, and mouth. The nose generally starts right beneath the eyes, and the mouth right beneath the nose. Hair: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Sylvia Ji Artodyssey Robert Liberace Robert Liberace is equally accomplished in drawing, painting, and sculpture. His work is inspired by the centuries of knowledge, skill, and elegance of the old masters. He works in a variety of mediums including pencil, chalk, pen and ink, watercolor, and oil.

Fine Art Brian Yoder's Russian Mother Takes Magical Pictures of Her Two Kids With Animals On Her Farm These wonderful photographs by Elena Shumilova plunge the viewer into a beautiful world that revolves around two boys and their adorable dog, cat, duckling and rabbit friends. Taking advantage of natural colors, weather conditions and her enchanting surroundings, the gifted Russian artist creates cozy and heartwarming photography that will leave you amazed. Show Full Text The boys in the photographs are the photographer’s sons and the animals belong to the farm she runs. “I largely trust my intuition and inspiration when I compose photos. Rural settings, natural phenomena and the changing seasons seem to be the greatest stimuli in her works. Shumilova told us her passion for photography manifested in early 2012 when she got her first camera. We suggest you take a cup of tea, lean back comfortably in your armchair and browse this beautiful collection of Elena Shumilova’s photographs. See her gallery on: Flickr | 500px “Children and animals – it’s my life.

Amy Shackleton