I want to leave you with some magicians, they have the privilege to own magical pencils, erasers, tortillions, paintbrushes, sheets, canvas... and hands. Maybe some are a bit crazy, but support them! ;P
Check the following TED Talk about the Science of Art and the Art of Science by Albert Frantz:
Chinese Water Dragon:
This week I'd like to bring you a small selection of outstanding abstract works here on DA. In keeping with my other features, all works chosen are considered under-appreciated (having less than 100 faves). :)
I think those of you into abstract art will appreciate these very much! Again, I apologise for my lack of html experience and ability to make these features very fancy.
hello! i know, i'm late. i'm sorry, but i have great explanation! in last friday i was on my cousin's wedding and in saturday was 'poprawiny' and in sunday
new book came out from my favourite writer... so i had wery good time! and when every muscle hurt me from too much dance i could relax with book
...and yes, i made account on instagram :D
here is link:
i always wanted to have it. and now i decided that i'm going to post there most of part of my drawings/paintings. you can see that i'm not that lazy :)
and now... i want to invite you all for
a monthly art feature for my favourit
I don't usually fall for the more abstract type of painting but I did find your artwork rather mesmerizing to look at. The sometimes added circle is a peculiar but interesting element. A tiny bit of symmetry to balance the surrounding chaos sort of thing. Or not. What do I know? Anyway... keep up the great work.