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ben hughes - portraits (half detailed / half line drawing)

Ah yes… another day, another portrait series! Instead of being faceless {like yesterday’s featured work}, these vintage-looking people are covered in graphic, tribal, gouache markings. LOVE! This simple, yet striking series, titled Legends, is the work of Brooklyn based artist/illustrator William Hatch Crosby.

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Vanishing (Carole Brémaud) becoming faceless

These mixed-media portraits by Montreal based artist Louis Boudreault grabbed me immediately! They are part of a series titled “Destiny”, as these are the childhood portraits of such greats as Picasso, Warhol, van Gogh, Elvis etc!

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Beautiful Glass Sculptures by Ben Young

Beautiful Glass Sculptures by Ben Young Ben Young is a self-taught sculpture artist with over 10 years experience, based in Sydney, Australia. Being passionate about sculpting with glass for so long, Ben’s work is completely by hand, sheet after sheet of cautiously cut pieces of glass. “I work with 2D shapes and have to figure out how to ...

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Cross-Hatching Drawings by Igor Lukyanov

Cross-hatching is a rather rare drawing technique nowadays. However this is a well-known style due to works of such artists as Albrecht Dürer, Gustave Doré, John Tenniel, Rembrandt, Leonardo da Vinci. Igor Lukyanov is a Ukrainian artist who tries to follow the cross-hatching traditions of thos

Fifth Graders enjoyed their sculptural drip paintings modeled after the works of Holton Rower. This was a fun line study, where students could see the lines in motion. Once they finished this project they were asked to write a paragraph on the process or their opinion of the artwork.

Space: Activated This sculpture activates the space that it is in by having a pull against the wall and the box, almost like a tension between sculptures and painting.