This #painting is literally falling apart. Cracking #drywall is a pain. Janet got me to flip this upside and it looked dramatically better, so that basically proves I can’t even do the simplest pictorial problem-solving. Had so many problems and I decided to just gesso over the crap. #wip
Another day, another #painting. #wip #beginnings #drywall that shit #art
These walls. #painting #art #studio #drywall #wip #diptych
Progress #wip #drywall #painting #art #studio (Taken with Instagram)
Yeah no big deal, just #painting on a 40 lb piece of 4 X 8 #drywall. #wip #studio (Taken with Instagram)
Metamorphosis ’ Rose Wong
graphite, watercolor, and acrylic
Paintings by Andreas Knag-Danielsen
POLYPOGON G9, 2007
oil and silkscreen on wood
31 1/2 X 23 5/8 inches
Clare Grill - Close Our Eyes and Go to Bed, 2008, oil and acrylic on canvas on panel
Halfway (Spraypaint on cardboard, 100x100cm) Personal work, 2011.
My Blind Passenger
John Reuss 2012. Acrylics and pencil on canvas. 50 x 50 cm
Chinese artist Pinpin Co uses gel pen ink to draw intricate, flowing patterns onto the faces and bodies of her subjects, spending about 5 hours on each one.
Like Chooooosan’s disconcerting extra body parts we posted about last week, these creations aren’t permanent and will eventually wash or wipe away. But the patterns are so intricate, we suspect they still look wonderful as they distort and change while wearing off.
The hyper-realistic paintings of Ben Weiner