Friday, 28 June 2013

designer loves art...Hans Burgkmair...184

printmaking is not  easy specially if you want to innovate

this is Hans Burgkmair

born in Germany, he is a painter and woodcut printmaker.  learning the trade form  Schongouer, he was one of the most rebound painters at the start of the 17 century.  both of religious and quotidian content. Although he is more known for his prints and later in his life worked with printmaker Jost de Negker  in trying to developed a technique to print with color. he did travel to Italy for some time and some of this composition and subject later in his work is reflected.

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Friday, 14 June 2013

designer loves art...Judith Ann Braun...183

what better teacher than nature do we need?

this is Judith Ann Braun

born in NY, she was interested in art from a early age, even if then it meant a coloring book and crayons. as she grew she did go into art  and started as a realistic figure painter. later on her life morphed and so has her artwork. but something she has never strayed from was aesthetic cleanliness. in her current work this stands out quite easily, using symmetry come from nature and it will always be visually pleasing. so what better way to use symmetry than the use of your own symmetric body?  that's how her  current work called "fingerings" come to life.

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Wednesday, 12 June 2013

designer creates...05

i know sorry .. the drawing took too much time, and its too large... will show it when i have a good picture...
in other news i did take a quick portrait class.... 
this where not done during the class but afterwards  (yesterday jaja). they are 5 min sketches don't expect them to be supper clean...or detailed. i still have a lot of practice to go, i know...

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Friday, 7 June 2013

designer loves art...Alfred Sisley...182

even if you are not as renown it doesn't mean you aren't part of the movement.

this is Alfred Sisley

although English by parentage and birth, he lived almost all of his life in France. his parents try to get him into the the family business but after 4 years of business school he returned to France where he started to paint. he became friends with Renoir and Monet, and was in their paining group, he is a lesser known impressionist. although his paining are not as colorful ad the rest, his show stability and calmness, and he rarely deviated from landscapes. as most, he struggled with poverty at the end of his life. to have this paintings raise in value after his death.

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