Stéphanie Béliveau The origin of the end, by the Canadian artist Stéphanie Béliveau. Born in Québec City in 1966, Stéphanie Béliveau was awarded a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree and a first prize in drawing and painting from Montréal’s Concordia University. Thanks to a FCAR scholarship, she was able to continue her studies in art at the Université du Québec à Montréal, obtaining a Master’s degree in 1993. Her first solo exhibition, Sur la terre battue, held at Galerie Clark in 1995, garnered a favourable response, Stéphanie Béliveau’s career really took off in 1996 with the presentation of her work in the Saidye Bronfman Centre for the art show "Artifice 96", and in another solo exhibition, "Peintures primaires" held at the Galerie Trois Points the same year. That occasion brought her work exceptional critical attention and attracted the notice of the arts community, the public and a number of collectors.
jour de pluie One account. All of Google. Sign in to continue to Blogger Find my account How to Draw what you See: Techniques and Tips to Improve your Drawing Skills This article contains step-by-step images of the process I use to create realistic looking drawings, as well as tips I’ve picked up over the years which anyone can use to improve their drawing skills. There’s a lot to cover, so let’s get started! 1. Make sure there’s a direct light source. Juan Francisco Casas e Ballpoint Artworks - Design Atento Juan Francisco Casas é um artista espanhol de 33 anos que consegue a proeza de fazer impressionantes desenhos realísticos usando apenas a boa e velha caneta Bic azul. O processo é assim: de uma foto digital, Juan amplia a imagem obtida e a transforma em enormes painéis desenhados a mão. E não tem nada de Photoshop. É pura habilidade mesmo. O trabalho desse artista é bem conhecido na Europa e leva o nome de Ballpoint Artworks.
F-Se! Cecily Brown - Where Sex-Paintings Are So Intense As Is Sex Under Your Own Skin Last Exposition: Gagosian Gallery The Haunter F-Se! Cecily Brown is a Really Painter to Haunter ... YAXÍN and the FAUN Beautiful Mixed Media Illustrations by Zso Zso (aka Sara Blake) is an Interactive Art Director, Designer and Illustrator living in New York City. She grew up in the suburbs of Richmond, Virginia but moved to New York to study a mix of studio art, creative writing, graphic design, and postmodernism at NYU’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study. Her work is characterized by a mindblowing mix of traditional and digital media, wild colors, textures and it possesses a certain fluid and feminine quality. See some choice pieces below. All her illustration works start by hand with pencil and paper. She does very little sketching and likes to describe this stage of the process as freestyle.
Popular Animals Art Prints Popular Animals « PrevNext » « Prev1234 ... 80Next » www.edosatwork.com I was asked by BAFTA and Studio Small to interpret this year's five Best Film nominees for the covers of their Film Awards brochures and also to design the tickets with their renowned mask as inspiration. The brochures will be given to all attendees on the night and work as a collectable set. The 5 films represented are: The Artist, Drive, The Descendants, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, and Drive. If you are interested in purchasing any of these illustrations as prints, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
40 Scary Joker illustration Artworks Posted admin in Artwork on March 26th, 2012 / 4 Comments Advertisement Following our various posts on digital artwork and illisutrations, today we have gathered scary Joker illustrations for your inspiration. Joker is mostly know as the archenemy of Batman, Most merciful, wicked and intelligent Psychopath with a scary joker face. Hope you will like 40 Scary Joker illustration Artworks.. Deitch SWOON’s worlds are often populated by realistically rendered-- and evocatively cut-out-- street people, often her friends and family. Riding bikes, talking on a stoop, going grocery shopping-- these people traverse a cityscape of her own unique invention. Bridges, fire escapes, water towers and street signs create crisscrossing shadows and spaces through which her figures move. Inspired by both art historical and folk sources, ranging from German Expressionist wood block prints to Indonesian shadow puppets, SWOON is a master of using cut paper to play with positive and negative space in a conceptually driven exploration of the experience of the streets. You’ve probably encountered SWOON’s work before: she has been covering the streets of New York with her signature cutouts for over six years. Often found in beautiful states of decay, her wheat-pasted cut outs “collaborate” with the street to create a time-based public artwork.
Commercial Work Illustration and product design for Outside Lands Music Fest, SF, 2013 Hannah Stouffer Illustration and design for Arbor’s ‘Swoon’ snowboard, 2014 Hannah Stouffer, Bonnaroo Music Festival poster, 2013 Hannah Stouffer graphic series of signature goggles and helmets for Giro, Winter 2013 Hannah Stouffer 'Blessings' installation at After Life boutique, San Francisco, 2013 Sigmar Polke Skip to content Home Tag Archives: Sigmar Polke Sigmar Polke