August 9, 2017 · 12:01 AM
Hello sisters, today I want to introduce you to this interesting artist and one of her works. Here you can see crowns, exotic buildings or tribal motifs, but all is abstract and has no title. I believe it is a work and an inheritance worthy of some great compositions by Gaudí.
Through these sketches the author demonstrates total control over the space and the rhythm, and over the repetitions and variations of the shapes, which in the six compositions flow harmoniously and so coherently. I think that an splendid future is waiting the creativity of this little girl. Don’t forget her name!
Kendra, she is ten years old and is from Barcelona. (A niece of Mercè, a follower of this blog)
Congratulations little Artist!
By Kendra – Untitled compositions
March 13, 2016 · 7:03 PM
By O’Keeffe, Georgia – Composition with twisting shapes
By Marc, Franz – Untitled sketch
By Klee, Paul – Collection of Southern Signs
By Alechinsky, Pierre – Untitled
By Hartung, Hans – Composition in blue and yellow
By Miró, Joan – A character beside a star
By Rothko, Mark – Two views
By Kandinsky, Wassily – The soft climbing
By Chillida, Eduardo – Untitled
By Balla, Giacomo – Chromatic draft
By Delaunay, Sonia – Rhythm
By Ernst, Max – Hydraulic demonstration killing by temperature
By Richter, Hans – Dadakopf – (Dada Head)
By Calder, Alexander – Untitled
Filed under abstract
Tagged as blue, character, chromatic, climbing, rhythm, shapes, signs, soft, southern, star, twisting
October 24, 2015 · 2:38 PM
For this post I had not planned to upload no one of my sketches, but at the last moment, in a corner of a drawer among a lot of papers and flasks of ink I found one.
I apologize for its stains, but this is my humble contribution.
Thanks for your understanding and visits!
By Léger, Fernand – Under the same rhythm
By Matisse – Sleeping dancer
By Rodin – Cambodian dancers
By Van Dongen – At the ballroom
By Kirchner – Eccentric dancers
By Klee – Dance of an harlequin
By Grosz, George – An scene of a party
By Morisot, Berthe – Tightrope walker
By Dürer – Peasant couple dancing
By Egnéus, Daniel – Seated on the floor during a break
By Degas – Three ballerinas fixing the straps of their tops
By Delaunay, Sonia – The tall dancer
By Picasso – Dancer
By Eula, Joe – Sketch of Diana Ross and the Supremes
By Chagall – Untitled
By myself – Old friends dancing
Filed under dance performance and theatre
Tagged as ballroom, couple, dancing, eccentric, friends, harlequin, party, rhythm, straps, tall, tops