Taking creative Risks.

A variety of artists who use/used media in expressive, textual and sometimes spontaneous ways and who have taken creative risks with their art - not been afraid of 'The Mark'
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Number 26 - Jackson Pollock, 1949 American painter and a major figure in the abstract expressionist movement. He was well known for his uniquely defined style of drip painting.

Number 26 - Jackson Pollock, 1949 American painter and a major figure in the abstract expressionist movement. He was well known for his uniquely defined style of drip painting.

Cathedral, 1947 - Jackson Pollock  Gotta' love Jackson Pollock, who else could pull off super popular art, that is just paint thrown onto canvas?

Cathedral, 1947 - Jackson Pollock Gotta' love Jackson Pollock, who else could pull off super popular art, that is just paint thrown onto canvas?

Frank Auerbach. I really like this drawing because its showing the intensity of how the artist has smudged, compressed, softened and scratched with the charcoal to re creative depth portrait.

Frank Auerbach. I really like this drawing because its showing the intensity of how the artist has smudged, compressed, softened and scratched with the charcoal to re creative depth portrait.

Jackson Pollock, painter. | 40 Inspiring Workspaces Of The Famously Creative

Jackson Pollock, painter. | 40 Inspiring Workspaces Of The Famously Creative


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Jackson Pollock: because you're never too old to find that stroke of genius in all that art madness.

Jackson Pollock: because you're never too old to find that stroke of genius in all that art madness.

Jackson Pollock. Full Fathom Five, 1947. Oil on canvas with nails, tacks, buttons, coins, cigarettes, etc.

Jackson Pollock. Full Fathom Five, 1947. Oil on canvas with nails, tacks, buttons, coins, cigarettes, etc.

Jackson Pollock, Number IIA, 1948 -  fine art on-line juried contests www.art-competiti...

Jackson Pollock, Number IIA, 1948 - fine art on-line juried contests www.art-competiti...

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