#DBTFreebie - Looking for an activity with little preparation and engaging.... check out this Mandala Resource which is a FREE Download on DBT.

#DBTFreebie - Looking for an activity with little preparation and engaging.... check out this Mandala Resource which is a FREE Download on DBT.

Automatic drawing, Target, Typos and, of course, Bears | Carol King: drawing, painting, complaining

Automatic drawing, Target, Typos and, of course, Bears

Automatic drawing, Target, Typos and, of course, Bears | Carol King: drawing, painting, complaining

Andre Masson, Automatic Drawing   Andre Masson's work relates to my theme, serendipity because he has explored drawing at random or drawing from the subconscious mind. this is something i am interested in and am going to experiment with in my own work although i do not enjoy some of the shapes that his work includes as they look like limbs to me and i think this brings a darker emotion to the image.

Andre Masson, Automatic Drawing Andre Masson's work relates to my theme, serendipity because he has explored drawing at random or drawing from the subconscious mind. this is something i am interested in and am going to experiment with in my own work although i do not enjoy some of the shapes that his work includes as they look like limbs to me and i think this brings a darker emotion to the image.

" #Myself" began as an automatic drawing, which inspired his subconscious to give birth to the final complete image.

Portrait of Myself As a Female Nude in the Corridor of the Left Frontal Lobe

" #Myself" began as an automatic drawing, which inspired his subconscious to give birth to the final complete image.

Based on an automatic drawing from my "Drawing a day for a #year" challenge.

She Gazed Into a Mirror and Saw Her Soul for What It Truly Was

Based on an automatic drawing from my "Drawing a day for a #year" challenge.

During a workshop titled ‘The choreography of drawing’, first year students were challenged to find alternative ways to grip drawing tools using unfamiliar origins for movement within the frame of the human body. They took different approaches to relax rational control of the marks they make and experimented using their knee joints and knuckles, instead of their wrist or elbow. Following the task, using the same sheets of paper, the students went on to explore the idea of expanded drawing by

During a workshop titled ‘The choreography of drawing’, first year students were challenged to find alternative ways to grip drawing tools using unfamiliar origins for movement within the frame of the human body. They took different approaches to relax rational control of the marks they make and experimented using their knee joints and knuckles, instead of their wrist or elbow. Following the task, using the same sheets of paper, the students went on to explore the idea of expanded drawing by

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