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Strength in Immediacy and Helen Frankenthaler

HI LOVELIES! IN THE ABSTRACTION IS JUST WHAT WE’RE SEARCHING. THANKS A LOT, CATHERINE. CONGRATS HELEN !

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12/27/17  "Circus Landscape" 1951 Oil and Charcoal 
Helen Frankenthaler was an
American icon in the era of Abstract
Expressionism. She's been credited
with initiating the subsequent movement
of Color Field Painting where simplified
compositions using large masses of
color became part of the canvas.

  "Western Dreams" 1957 Oil on canvas 
Her soak-stain technique was the
pathway to this new form of abstraction
and consisted of a method where the
oil paint would be thinned down
with turpentine and applied directly
to an unprimed canvas. Fluid fields
of luminescent color would emerge in
a way not seen before. 

  "Flirt" 2003 42 color screen print Frankenthaler expansive career was not limited to painting. She was introduced in the early 60's to printmaking by Tatyana Grosman at Universal Limited Arts Editions. Although resistant at first, this proved to be an area for further innovation and creativity for Frankenthaler. Many of Frankenthaler's prints mirror…

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Aretha

HELLO SISTERS! ARETHA IS IN MY HEART. FOREVER! 🎼🎤🎵

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sounds become
music erupting
suddenly
awakening
into everything as fire
blended with pure sky

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Dairy Farm August 20, 2018

HI LOVELIES! AS YOU KNOW WHEN WE DRAW A COW WE CAN FEEL AN BIG SATISFACTION AS LARGE AS THIS ANIMAL. TRY IT!

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Pass by dairy farm

Cows graze on rolling green hills

Stand and stare at me.

Art Prescription: what are they thinking? Sweet faces all in a row.

Watercolor with pencil, ink, watercolor pencil:

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Tribute to Beethoven

Hi folks! I hope you like this drawing.

Sensuality and Myth. Thanks for your visits !

By Alleaume, Ludovic – Tribute to Beethoven

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Talking About Panic Attacks, Depression & Anxiety

HI BEAUTIES ! YELENA MAKES EXQUISITE ILLUSTRATIONS LIKE THIS, BUT HERE THE WORDS BY KATIE ARE THE MOST INTERESTING THING😛

Katie Kuo

ca8244f8b531f12b31c1080f5198f3de.jpgWhen I think of the words panic attacks, depression and anxiety, it’s something that we don’t normally tell others we experience it ourselves. It immediately makes me want to avoid telling anyone that I feel that way in periods of my life. The reason is that I don’t want anyone to treat me any differently or wonder why I would feel that way. I recently watched a video on dealing with anxiety here, which explains many aspects of anxiety that I think many people can relate to. When she mentions placing ourselves in situations repetitively or have constant practice, we lose that sense of fear. There’s that ability to go out of your comfort zone.

Over the years, my panic attacks has significantly lessened, but there are still those moments where I feel my breathing quickening as much as I try to slow it down. You feel like your…

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Recent sketches.

Hello lovelies! Our sister Christine made these three sketches. Adorable ❗❗Congrats ❗❗

Art by Christine Mallaband-Brown

When you are out for lunch, or going for a day trip its good to ditch the camera sometimes and just sketch the view. It might end up a bit skewiff but that doesn’t matter, you are making personal memories, things to remember, like the way my friends hat dominated our table at a local restaurant Amore, in Newcastle-under-lyme or the fact I always seem to eat lunch before I think about recording what it looked like. We had a huge meal at the New Inn at Dyserth. Then drawing a view of a landmark, trying to catch its character and the sunlight hitting the tree trunk just at the right angle to cast its shadow on the huge stone walls behind it. Drawing the oddly angled steps that are made to bend round protruding rocks and the stone wall at Dyserth Falls…oh I cram a lot in on day…

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August 26, 2018 · 3:14 AM

Fashion Illustrations by Meredith Wing

HI SISTERS! A GREAT SKETCH ALWAYS BEGINS IN YOUR MIND. STUFFS ARE NOT SO IMPORTANT AS THE IDEA 💡😄

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Fashion Illustrations by Meredith Wing

Meredith Wing is a creative fashion designer from NYC who combines flowers and veggies
with her three-dimensional drawings to create one of kind fashion illustrations made purely out of fun and passion. Initial training in fashion design and architecture developed into three-dimensional drawings that celebrated unusual materials. The Moomooi or as she calls them SomeFlowerGirls illustrations, which combine fresh flowers, produce and other found-objects, rapidly gained a loyal following on Instagram in 2014.

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