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Friday, July 30, 2010

african maternity finished


This a prismacolor colored pencils drawing on canson Mi-teintes pad 8x11in.
Maasai mother and child.

Monday, July 26, 2010

african maternity WIP

this project after a photo of an african mother and child will take a long time as i have no colorless blender pencil yet and this skin color asks for blending.I introduced a branch of acacia in the composition to give some insight into an african environment.
Prismacolor on Canson Mi-teintes 8x11in pad.

Sunday, July 25, 2010

swan lake revisited


oil pastels and colored pencils on Fabriano Tiziano pastel pad 9x12in.
My own composition.

Saturday, July 24, 2010

a catalan poem

I woke up with this beautiful catalan poem on my mind, something I don't remember the title or the author:

La plutja de la nit
ha nevat l'acacia de verda caricia humida
i el vent perfilat de març
l'ha orfanat dels seus primers orientals estels
O, besa'm en els ulls, estranya inoblidable amant,
que en els teus cabells
em moren entrenuades les meves mans.

I wish I could be able to render in English all the beauty of the verse.It's about the rain of a night in March and all the scattered flowers of the acacia tree, the hands of the lover caressing the hair of the woman kissing his eyes.

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

innocence - my hommage to Picasso


from imagination as a tribute to Picaso work "Child with Dove"
colored pencils on colored bristol board 9x12in.

Would like to do this on a large canvas panel in acrylics or oil pastels.

Monday, July 19, 2010

Sunday, July 11, 2010

summer cool


oil pastel on Fabriano Tiziano pastel pad 9x12in.
For a challenge in Inspiration all around us art blog.

Saturday, July 3, 2010

quick watercolor


still life with pomegranates is a watercolor pencils painting on Strathmore watercolor pad 5x7in.
20 minutes play.

Friday, July 2, 2010

new project


This is a collage for a painting with the theme of my poem

Vademecum - a survival kit

 I would hold my eyes between my teeth

 like a killer his knife

 while he is tying up his victim.

 In this way I can walk

 almost safe

 among the fittest;

 and no one would know

I am but a Schöne Seele,


 and no one would tell me:

watch out.

Who would bother with a cubist
harlequin?

gerbera daisy in a vase


mixed media collage: cut out drawing in sanguine and tinted charcoals glued on poster cardboard together with crepe paper petals painted in oil pastels 16x9in.

Thursday, July 1, 2010