Egon Schiele, New Wave Icon

I've always been fascinated by Egon Schiele's self-portraits, but not entirely certain why. There's a vulnerability in them that I felt was recognizable in some other context and I found myself attracted to it. I only recently figured out a possible connection for me. I've been loving a load of New Wave music on Spotify … Continue reading Egon Schiele, New Wave Icon

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Briefly Looking Back

Did she somehow catch the thoughts of the admirer behind her? Did someone say something that caught her attention? Either way, I caught her in a quick look back over her shoulder. Of course, this whole scene is in my imagination. I drew this from a picture of a model very accurately posing for her … Continue reading Briefly Looking Back

Remorse

He looks down and away, unable to face your gaze. What did he do? Why is he so visibly filled with remorse? I've been told that an artist almost always incorporates part of themselves in every portrait they make. For me, I believe that something inside me often speaks out whey I make faces. I'm … Continue reading Remorse

500 Works of Art on the Road to Your Creativity #61: If Andy Warhol Were A Millennial

If Andy Warhol Were A Millennial: The History: This is my story and I’m sticking to it… for now. Andy Warhol is to date one of my favourite subjects. Somehow his image is very easily transposed to a graphic art style... even a manga feel. I found a picture of a very young Andy, before … Continue reading 500 Works of Art on the Road to Your Creativity #61: If Andy Warhol Were A Millennial