Mind Palace

Where I store everything that inspires me.

Self Portrait Without Looking
I drew myself without looking at the paper (using a photograph for visual reference) and then replicated it with embroidery for my visual arts class. Drawing without looking is my new favourite way to draw, it feels so comfortable and right. This makes me happy because you cannot control or predict the outcome and this has released me from my drawing rut.
Now that I am on uni holidays I will be making more pictures and paintings.

Self Portrait Without Looking

I drew myself without looking at the paper (using a photograph for visual reference) and then replicated it with embroidery for my visual arts class. Drawing without looking is my new favourite way to draw, it feels so comfortable and right. This makes me happy because you cannot control or predict the outcome and this has released me from my drawing rut.

Now that I am on uni holidays I will be making more pictures and paintings.

(Source: hollylamington, via xomendoza)

workman:

vjeranski:
Molly Vidor (American, b. 1971), Warlock, 2012. Oil on canvas, 48 x 48 in.

workman:

vjeranski:

Molly Vidor (American, b. 1971), Warlock, 2012. Oil on canvas, 48 x 48 in.

amare-habeo:

Odilon Rendon - The Spring (Le Printemps)
Tempera on  canvas, The Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow, Russia

amare-habeo:

Odilon Rendon - The Spring (Le Printemps)

Tempera on  canvas, The Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow, Russia

eatsleepdraw:

Up the road
For more work, check out http://pillowfortmaniac.tumblr.com/tagged/draw

eatsleepdraw:

Up the road

For more work, check out http://pillowfortmaniac.tumblr.com/tagged/draw


Ivan Kliun, Untitled, 1917

Ivan Kliun, Untitled, 1917

(via wowgreat)

feclark:

A Throw-Back-Thursday post - 'Turquoise Sprite' - 8” x 8”, acrylic on board, by F. E. Clark, 2013.  Part of my Super Moons and Sprites series of paintings - see the rest here.
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feclark:

A Throw-Back-Thursday post - 'Turquoise Sprite' - 8” x 8”, acrylic on board, by F. E. Clark, 2013.  Part of my Super Moons and Sprites series of paintings - see the rest here.

website, facebook, twitter