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    Artist Anne Lindberg creates abstract drawings and installations made from graphite and colored thread that are both rhythmic and mesmerizing.

    window drawing 04 2013 graphite & colored pencil on mat board 60 by 84 inches

    Emma McNally, detail, graphite drawing on paper, digitally inverted. 2011.

    Hickey Heart - Distortions - If she were an artist of the 20th century, Hickey might be part of the Expressionist movement, with her interest for parapsychology, the subconscious and nervous breakdowns that influence her representations of the inner self, through images rich in digital distortions.


    home in the studio: The Petite Drawings on Display at Hillyer Art...

    Spanish born, Berlin based artist Yago Hortal drips, smears, and splashes layers of acrylic paint onto canvas to create these abstract expressionistic works of art.

    Delray Biker Blues

    Jennifer Sanchez

    Prismacolor and graphite - just a thought!

    Fascinating! Drawings are actually done by a wind drawing machine | Cameron Robbins | "The Wind Drawing Machines are installed in different locations to receive weather energy and translate it into an abstract format of ink drawings on paper. "

    Original Abstract Painting


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    Thomas Muller ball point pen

    ANNE LINDBERG | Parallel 38, 2013 | graphite on cotton mat board | 60 by 84 inches

    acid yellow light sphere

    Shane McAdams ballpoint pen painting......hmmmm I wonder how we could use Stampin' Up! Markers with canvas to possibly get this same illusion.....I see a project in the very near future!!! :-)

    Artist João Carvalho, a.k.a. J Desenhos, draws notebook pages, which might seem boring until you see how he manages to twist and turn these notebook pages into amazing 3D drawings. And he’s only 15 years old!

    .:* L - In his installation, reverse of volume RG, Yasuaki Onishi uses the simplest materials - plastic sheeting and black hot glue - to create a monumental, mountainous form that appears to float in space. The process that he calls “casting the invisible” involves draping the plastic sheeting over stacked cardboard boxes, which are then removed to leave only their impressions. This process of reversing sculpture is Onishi’s meditation on the nature of the negative space, or void, left behind.