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Canto jondo 5

Canto jondo 5

Mark making experiment  I repined this simply because of the mark making itself. I feel that this mark is very strong as I uses only one medium, however it manages to portray different shades, hues and thickness. The translucent element of the mark itself also adds depth to it.

Mark making experiment I repined this simply because of the mark making itself. I feel that this mark is very strong as I uses only one medium, however it manages to portray different shades, hues and thickness. The translucent element of the mark itself also adds depth to it.

Canto jondo 4

Canto jondo 4

Zachariah Rieke: The Tao of Painting - New Mexico Mercury

Zachariah Rieke: The Tao of Painting - New Mexico Mercury

:: “One can make art out of simple, humble things; small things can be transcendental…” Antoni Tàpies :: :: wang huai qing painting :: :: wang huai qing painting :: :: wang huai qing painting…

Wang Huai Qing : Paintings

:: “One can make art out of simple, humble things; small things can be transcendental…” Antoni Tàpies :: :: wang huai qing painting :: :: wang huai qing painting :: :: wang huai qing painting…

Canto jondo 3

Canto jondo 3

Legendary Cartoonist Ralph Steadman’s Inkblot Dog Drawings | Brain Pickings

Legendary Cartoonist Ralph Steadman’s Inkblot Dog Drawings

Legendary Cartoonist Ralph Steadman’s Inkblot Dog Drawings | Brain Pickings

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Gaëlle Villedary - 2014 Déchirures

Gaëlle Villedary - 2014 Déchirures

The Roses XXVI  Infinitely at ease despite so many risks, with no variation of her usual routine, the blooming rose is the omen of her immeasurable endurance.  Do we know how she survives? No doubt one of her days is all the earth and all of our infinity.  – Rainer Maria Rilke translated from French by A. Poulin Jr. Painting by Cy Twombly

The Roses XXVI Infinitely at ease despite so many risks, with no variation of her usual routine, the blooming rose is the omen of her immeasurable endurance. Do we know how she survives? No doubt one of her days is all the earth and all of our infinity. – Rainer Maria Rilke translated from French by A. Poulin Jr. Painting by Cy Twombly

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