VALUE The light and darkness in an artwork. Value is shading. It is like from black to grey to white or maroon to red to pink. In this picture of a city and a women, the women is darker than the buildings. The women's value is greater than the background.
I like the developments of the pencil work and the map material, it gives strong identification to how the features of the face form, by the shading and smudging, blending techniques to capture emotion and expression within the face
L’ivrogne (The Drunk)/ Gilles Barbier, is a contemporary artist from Marseille, France. ‘The Drunk’ portrays the artist as himself (wax figure), with a seemingly unending stream or confusion of thoughts, images and emotions swirling from his mind.
There’s a wonderful dreaminess to Toronto-based Erin Armstrong’s paintings, as she adds an ethereal slant to the everyday with her characters existing in a haze of color and brushstrokes. From IT'S NICE THAT - Championing Creativity Since 2007
The Key in the Hand Keys Suspended From a Ceiling by Chiharu Shiota. Enjoy RushWorld boards, SPELLBINDING ART INSTALLATIONS, ART A QUIRKY SPOT TO FIND YOURSELF, BEHIND THE MASK and STREET ART GRAFFITI. See you at RushWorld on Pinterest!