Jessica Rimondi I like how the paint validates the emotions and expressions within this portrait, by the limited palette it structures the shapes and forms. Then to have a deeper depth of what is trying to be convey and incorporated by the use of the paint with the techniques being able to enforce the concepts. I would like to experiment with my own developments to have a source of vivid expression, to allow the painting to speak for itself and not have any narrative connotation towards it…
So who doesn't like a little evening of syn free biccie munching?! Not me for sure. Can't beat a good cuppa tea and biscuits in my opinion. So I set about having a play around with a few experiments. I love the oaty biscuits using my HExB allowance of porridge but fancied trying to make something a bit more 'biscuity'.
I am Parth Kothekar, paper cut artist from Ahmedabad (India). It was during my experiments with graffiti stencils that the idea of paper cuts came to my mind, then I began by creating the stencils in inverse fashion. This art form made me feel more connected to my work.
I hope this post will get you itching to try some sand art with your children. This has got to be my all time favourite activity so far! Rangoli inspired sand art was such a great avenue to explore transitory and collaborative art and for the children to experiment and develop confidence in their own artistic abilities. Take a peek...I think you'll love, love, love!
This artists seems to have used an array of different colours, either gels lights, flash filters or digitally manipulated. Anyhow, the array of colours being blurred creates an eerie feel to the photo by giving it a sense of motion combined with sensuality. It almost has the essence of a blurred night life cityscape. I plan to experiment with this blurred gel-light effect in my own images.