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WHO: Ian Murphy Drawings WHAT: Scars of Life, Macau III WHY: I like the use of texture and tone to make the photo interesting. I also like the symmetry which creates a focal point Urban Landscape, Landscape Art, Journal D'art, Art Environnemental, Art Et Architecture, Newspaper Art, A Level Art, Gcse Art, Detail Art

Scars of Life, Macau III » Ian Murphy Drawings

Code: DRW-09/014 Graphite, mixed media & oil paint on paper 110cm x 50cm This drawing is part of a triptych of images based on Ian Murphy’s visits to Macau. The surfaces are extremely textured and broken, and very much represent the tactile qualities he encountered on his drawing days there. Buy Download Learn How This […]

texture techniques by John Lovett, using a combination of watercolor, ink, pastel and gouache to build up convincing, visual texture in a watercolor painting. Watercolor Tips, Watercolour Tutorials, Watercolor Techniques, Watercolor Landscape, Art Techniques, Watercolor Lesson, Watercolor Texture, Texture Painting Techniques, Pastel Watercolor

Texture Techniques - John Lovett - Watercolor Workshop

How to paint with water based media. Watercolor, Acrylic, Pen and Ink

John Piper, South Lopham, Norfolk, screenprint, 914 x 524 mm John Piper Artist, Art Alevel, Architect Drawing, Building Art, Royal College Of Art, A Level Art, Landscape Paintings, Landscapes, Urban Art

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transistoradio: “John Piper, South Lopham (1976), screenprint on paper, 52.4 x 91.4 cm. Collection of Tate, UK. Via Tate. ”

"The blue door royal hotel print of original by cathyjohnsonart" watercolor and ink, Watercolor Sketch, Watercolor Illustration, Watercolor Paintings, Watercolours, Watercolor Architecture, Architecture Art, Guache, Urban Sketching, Art Sketchbook

The Blue Door, Royal Hotel - print of original watercolor by Cathy Johnson

The historic Royal Hotel in Excelsior Springs is slated for renovation; right now the back of the old place is quite picturesque, and I couldn't resist sketching it. This print is from an original plein air ink and watercolor, done on the spot one beautiful fall day. The print is 5 x 7" which works well in an 8" x 10" frame; I make every effort to match the color as closely as possible and use archival materials, but there is often some variation due to differences in computer monitors…