A quick scribble thought bubble. At times, the process of creating something from nothing freaks me out (but when crossing that familiar bridge of freakiness, persistence arises from a mysterious place). So! Wishing you all a similar kind of inner persistence as you mosey down your curious pathways.
10:15 pm • 29 January 2014 • 4 notes
White swan Gordon knot on found briefcase. Fun practice
11:08 pm • 23 January 2014 • 4 notes
Progress shot. Layer II. Acrylic is slightly beyond my comfort zone. I dedicate this briefcase painting to all the absent-minded professors of the world.
11:38 pm • 17 January 2014 • 3 notes
Adonna Khare (USA) - Elephants, ArtPrize 2012
Raised in a small town in Iowa, Adonna Khare has been drawing her family and animals since she was three. Adonna creates using the pencil, the eraser and a sock as her tools. The drawings are not pre-planned rather they evolve through her experiences with people and the absurdities of life. The result is a group of drawings where the animals coexist in a world beyond ours, and are inexplicably tied together, often not by choice. Through the work Adonna hopes to inspire adults and children to allow their imaginations to envelop them into a world other than their own. Within the work are hundreds of vignette’s, featuring creatures juxtaposed with ordinary events. Viewers are encouraged to spend time discovering the work as it unfolds foot by foot story by story. (source: ArtPrize)
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6:57 pm • 24 December 2013 • 2,404 notes
A sketch during a rainstorm. I feel like if I stare deeply enough at this - it will come to life
1:25 am • 7 December 2013 • 8 notes
a good reminder.
also, after a bit of a lull, i’m going back to the drawing board, literally.
9:48 pm • 30 July 2013 • 3 notes