Monthly Archives: February 2019

Skizzenbuch Nairobi – Mama Africa

🌍 WELL BEAUTIES! AFRICA MEANS ‘YOUNG’ AND IN MY OPINION THIS SKETCH IS ALSO YOUNG FRESH AND GENUINE. CHEERS ! 💚💙

🌍 WELL BEAUTIES! AFRICA MEANS ‘YOUNG’ AND IN MY OPINION THIS SKETCH IS ALSO YOUNG FRESH AND GENUINE. CHEERS ! 💚💙

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Streetart – Aydar @ Paris, France

👀HELLO DEARS! OUR FRIEND BARBARA HAS A WONDERFUL GAZING AND I’M SO THANKFUL TO HER. GRAZIE TANTE !😘😘

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Palette

😇🎨WELL LOVELIES, ONLY WITH A CHILDHOOD SOUL WE CAN MADE SOME WORK SO WONDERFUL LIKE THIS.

MAYA YUMA

Scan 9

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An artist woman at museum

By Lloyd Wright, Frank – A Guggenheim’s view

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Hi folks, as you already know, Art can be also a complaint. And now is time for the great photographer’s performance by Nan Goldin, that happened a few days ago at Guggenheim Museum.

Here us the matter: https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2019/feb/10/anti-opioid-protesters-target-new-yorks-guggenheim-over-sackler-family-link

Nan Goldin

Thanks so much for your visits !

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Ask the artist – 10 questions with Geraldine Montgomerie

👄WELL SISTERS, IT’S TIME FOR GENUINE AND FUNNY ART BY GERALDINE👅

Ask the artist

Who are you and what do you make or do? My name is Geraldine Montgomerie and I am a drawing magpie.

Where might we have come across your work before? As a member of the Leeds ‘Sketch That’ drawing club I make an appearance at the annual show and the Leeds Love Arts Festival. I have been a band’s artist from London’s No Cars to Cardiff’s Radstewart. I also make and contribute to fanzines.

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What is your usual starting point when making work? I generally sit down in a comfy spot with some crisp white card, a heavy book (to lean on), some Uniball needle eye pens and a visual reference point. This might be images from an online search engine, my own photos or another artist’s work.

Who or what are your main influences? I take a lot of drawing tips from comic artists. I love the fearless use…

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new painting } the eves and thilo

HELLO LOVELIES ! I ALWAYS LOVED THE MULTIPLE PORTRAITS LIKE THIS LARGE WORK THAT I COPIED SOME YEARS AGO AFTER REMBRANDT

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Syndics_of_the_Drapers%27_Guild

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tate30 The Eves & Thilo, 2016, acrylic on canvas, 150 x 240 cm

I finished this painting around ten days ago, and instead of photographing myself with it as I usually do with my finished paintings, I wanted to share that fun with a few of the special women in my life. Thanks to my sister Yasmine for thinking about asking her colleague photographer Thilo Mayer to take the pictures, which he so generously did. It was so spontaneous, and what was going to be an afternoon of fun with my girlfriends turned into an afternoon of fun with my girlfriends and Thilo! Oh, and Eve, who is currently staying with Fatma Bodoma, but I’ll leave that for another post.

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February 22, 2019 · 11:53 PM

Day 14

🈴🈶🈯 HI BEAUTIES, HAVE YOU EVER TRIED DUMPLINGS❓DO YOU LIKE JASMINE TEA❓ WELL, AS YOU CAN SEE, EVERYTHING CAN BE SKETCHED.

Check this link if you want learn seven shapes for your dumplings.

https://youtu.be/WclLg8M0tJ8

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I forgot to to take pictures of our own dumplings, and I didn’t want to sketch when I had perfectly good dumplings going cold! I was also really hungry – I’d been looking forward to these dumplings all day. These are Google images from the restaurant.

Jasmine tea from Dumpling Generation. I’m usually not a big tea person, but when it’s free and it’s jasmine, count me in.

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Bundle Wrapped Pear Salad: Revisited

🍴🍐HELLO DEARS! I AM SURE ABOUT YOUR EXCELLENT TASTE FOR COOKING OR SIMPLY FOR EATING. DELICIOUS! OH HEIDI, THANKS FOR YOUR GENUINE RECIPE😄

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Bundle Wrapped Pear Salad

With all the business of the Christmas Holiday I’ve been engaged with so many activities that cooking has not been a priority. Therefore, today I’ll be revisiting a simple salad that I make for Christmas every year. I hope you enjoy it again…next time I’m making it with fresh apricots and brie wrapped in bacon or pancetta…

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Painting of the Round Things Bento.

😛WELL LOVELIES, TODAY ARTISTS ARE A LITTLE HUNGRY. ENJOY YOUR MEAL!

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Round Things Bento (September 22nd Bento), Oct. 2014, watercolour on paper

This was from a week that I did some shaped-themed Bentos for Poppy. This one had strawberry Mochi (2 of them), pretzel mix ‘o’s, hard-boiled egg slices with seasoning, edamame, blueberries, grape halves, and a Babybel cheese. I like both the burgundy and blue Bento Boxes that I have (technically the burgundy one is Poppy’s), but it seems to me that the blue Bento Box looks prettier with food. Maybe it is the contrast I like.

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#Inktober – Day 21 – Drain

🔎🔎🔎HELLO DEARS! IF YOU ENLARGE THIS PICTURE, YOU WILL SEE THE STROKES OF THIS WONDERFUL WORK THAT COULD SEEM A PHOTOGRAPH😉

Sketching On The Train

Today’s official Inktober prompt is Drain. Do you find social media a drain? I do sometimes. Its great but the constant scrolling sucks you in and you can waste your life away really quickly! I enjoyed the painterly effect from Fridays effort so I thought I’d see how it would apply to a portrait. Its okay I suppose but I really need to have some practice drawing hands. I seem to have regressed!

Materials used:

  • Seawhite of Brighton A5 ringbound Sketchbook, 150gsm
  • Twsbi Vac700R fountain pen (with custom xxxf nib)
  • de Atramentis black document ink
  • Twsbi Go fountain pen (ef nib)
  • Pelikan 4001 Brilliant black ink
  • Aquabrush with water inside

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