These days I’m visiting the Art Department of Sir Thomas Picton Schoolin Haverfordwest and I’m learning a lot of useful techniques,  lessons, systems and creations from the art teachers Ms. Diana B…

These days I’m visiting the Art Department of Sir Thomas Picton School in Haverfordwest and I’m learning a lot of useful techniques, .

This is a digital print of my original watercolor and white india ink illustration!  I just need some space ☮  Vibrantly printed on 216 gr textured paper, 8x10 inches.  Signature watermark will not be on printed piece.  Shipping from México City, you will receive a tracking number with your shipping notification. International postal service is a bit slower, takes about 2-4 weeks to arrive. Thanks for your patience. ♥

wordsnquotes: “culturenlifestyle: Bohemian Watercolor Illustrations Inspired by Literature and Nature by Ana Victoria Calderon Mexican/American designer Ana Victoria Calderon’s work is deeply inspired.

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“Held Up” 2008 x graphite, tape, resin Today I’m admiring the wintry images of Brooks Salzwedel. A graduate of Art Center College of Design, Salzwedel creates his misty images with layers of resin, illustrated with graphite pencils.

Tranquility In Numbers, Artist: Kathryn Sue Smith, Quill Pen & India Ink on Watercolor Paper, 7-2014. #art #artforsale #pen #sailboats

Tranquility In Numbers, Artist: Kathryn Sue Smith, Quill Pen & India Ink on Watercolor Paper,

botanical prints using india ink and bleach - would do with yr 9-10 - tutorial at arteascuola

Botanical prints using india ink and bleach. India ink on card stock then bleach on back (or front) of leaf.Place leaf on dried ink and remove to show image.

Black and White Film Portrait with India Ink

Black and White Film Portrait with India Ink Oooh, what an idea, print a quality photograph and use ink to give pattern and texture.

repurpose old glue- just add india ink! more ideas for recycling crayons, markers, bits of paint at end of day

repurpose old glue- just add india ink! (I MISS the ready-made black glue.) recycling crayons, markers, bits of paint at end of day

Non-Objective Composition, c.1920. Lyubov Sergeyevna Popova was a Russian avant-garde artist, painter and designer. In 1916 she joined the Supremus group with Malevich, the founder of Suprematism. The creation of a new kind of painting was part of the revolutionary urge of the Russian avant-garde to remake the world. However there was a tension between those who, like Malevich saw art as a spiritual quest, & others who responded to the need for the artist to create a new physical world.

Liubov Popova, Non-Objective Composition (circa. Gouache, oil and india ink on cardboard, 45 × 28 cm

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