Selina Yilmaz
Mai multe idei de la Selina
Carla Fuentes -- artist carlafuentes.com #carlafuentes

Carla Fuentes -- artist carlafuentes.com #carlafuentes

Dreams/Identity/Surrealism Lesson - Students will discuss their dreams, look at examples of surrealist work, and create a surreal self portrait that contains clues about their life, dreams, culture, and community using operational techniques for transformation.

Dreams/Identity/Surrealism Lesson - Students will discuss their dreams, look at examples of surrealist work, and create a surreal self portrait that contains clues about their life, dreams, culture, and community using operational techniques for transformation.

Aloise Corbaz  (1886-1964) I Montreuse de Tableau dans la Banniere de Montreux I 1941 I Until 1936 she worked in secret I The support material for her expression was wrapping paper sewn with thread or alternatively envelopes, bits of cardboard or the backs of calendars I Aloïse was the author of a personal cosmogony inhabited by princely figures and by historical heroines

Aloise Corbaz (1886-1964) I Montreuse de Tableau dans la Banniere de Montreux I 1941 I Until 1936 she worked in secret I The support material for her expression was wrapping paper sewn with thread or alternatively envelopes, bits of cardboard or the backs of calendars I Aloïse was the author of a personal cosmogony inhabited by princely figures and by historical heroines

Samuel Palmer, A Moonlit Scene with a Winding River (ca. 1827)

Samuel Palmer, A Moonlit Scene with a Winding River (ca. 1827)

Nikolai Blokhin, Accordionist 35"x26" sauce on canvas, 2006. This drawing shows the blokhin's use of selection in how he develops certain aspects of his drawings. Here we can see that he fully develops the head, and the right hand so we can see the detail of those features. But then he just leaves a finished contour and light shading to other parts of the drawing such as the accordion, and the shoulder. This use of developing and undeveloping creates space, and unity in the work

Nikolai Blokhin, Accordionist 35"x26" sauce on canvas, 2006. This drawing shows the blokhin's use of selection in how he develops certain aspects of his drawings. Here we can see that he fully develops the head, and the right hand so we can see the detail of those features. But then he just leaves a finished contour and light shading to other parts of the drawing such as the accordion, and the shoulder. This use of developing and undeveloping creates space, and unity in the work

A Day in the Life ~ William Rose

A Day in the Life ~ William Rose

академический рисунок. портрет. графика

академический рисунок. портрет. графика

Рисунок в МАрхИ | 241 фотография

Рисунок в МАрхИ | 241 фотография

Строгановский рисунок

Строгановский рисунок

Jean Baptiste Greuze .  Portrait of a Young Girl . Drawing Sanguine on paper

Jean Baptiste Greuze . Portrait of a Young Girl . Drawing Sanguine on paper