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Saatchi Online Artist: Michael C. Mendez; Photogram, Photography "The Killing Jar"

The Killing Jar Photography by Michael C. Mendez | Saatchi Art

The Killing Jar, a Photogram on by Michael C. Mendez from United States. It portrays: Abstract, relevant to: Photogram

Haunting Figure Drawing Gothic Moody Dark by ClaraLieuFineArt

Haunting Figure Drawing Gothic Moody Dark Shadow Crayon Wading Water Fog Fine Art Wander I

This unique fine art drawing titled "Wander I", depicts a sole figure wading in an undefined body of water. The drawing is done on Dura-Lar, a heavy duty plastic surface that is sanded by hand with coarse sandpaper to create a translucent surface for drawing. Measuring 18" x 8", the drawing is executed with lithographic crayon and was created in 2009. This drawing is unframed. This drawing is from a series of artworks that presents the most severe form of isolation as loneliness that is…

This banana study was completed in charcoal as part of Drawing Essentials Course on ArtTutor.com

Drawing Essentials by Jonathan Shipman

This banana study was completed in charcoal as part of Drawing Essentials Course on ArtTutor.com

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: Head of Catherine Lampert VI. 1980

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Pinecone in Charcoal by Aufish on DeviantArt

Pinecone drawing. Charcoal. Pinecone in Charcoal

Inspiring art opens the mind to imagination. These inspired me.

Drawing trees in charcoal, free drawing lesson

Learn to draw pine trees using charcoal in this two part tutorial by martin stankewitz. Includes video

Journal of a Nobody

birdsong217: “ Dan Schultz - Wanderer, 2007. Charcoal on paper. http://www.artrenewal.org/ ”