C[i]ndy Sherman

📷🎥💜WELL DEAR SISTERS! I LOVE THIS SKETCH. IN MY OPINION IS A FINE TRIBUTE TO CINDY, THAT CONTEMPORARY AND IMPORTANT ARTIST. WE SHOULD REMIND THIS INFO ABOUT HER: https://www.modernamuseet.se/stockholm/en/exhibitions/cindy-sherman/about-cindy-sherman/

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30 day drawing challenge, day 6: favorite character from a book.  After I checked my memory and did some google searches to find a character I might want to draw, I realized that the answer wasn’t far.  Cindy Sherman’s Untitled Film Stills collection was right infront of my face (I’ve been reorganizing my bedroom/art studio/office to have all supplies and inspiration at the tip of my fingers).   Sherman’s photos are scenes from unwritten stories.  They are black and white, voyueristic, self portraits that serve as evidence and implication of complicated narratives [involving potentially strong female characters!].

I looked through the collection and marked photos I want to draw…I marked a lot of photos.  There will definitely be more Sherman shapes to come!

This drawing is based on #12, 1978

In the introduction to Untitled Film Stills, Sherman writes about why she switched to photography from painting.  She explains that she spent too much time recreating…

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  1. Wonderful 🙂 I love this picture ❤

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  2. mmerce60

    Nice photos! Congratulations

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  3. Pingback: C[i]ndy Sherman — sketchuniverse – Goddamn Media

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