April 19, 2015

Hands Study in Charcoal


I back to painting and blogging and so happy about it.

March 3, 2015

The Spring is Almost Here.

39cm x 50cm, Acrylic on wallpaper

Winter day with the smell of the spring in it.

February 20, 2015

Night Sea and Lamppost


Drawing of night scene is a new challenge for me. I draw it with oil pastel sticks and help from my memories of night sea views in Montenegro.
The darks in the original drawing are much more colorful than the camera version of this work.

February 19, 2015

Sketching People


New report from the exercises in drawing class with nude model.

February 15, 2015

The Winter Day


I try here to catch the monochrome of ordinary winter day and make it a little more colorful.

February 6, 2015

Urban Sketching in Moscow.


I am back to sketching my city. This time I was waiting in the car and sketched the view in front of me in ink pen and pencils.

February 5, 2015

Colorful Portrait

A3, Pastel on pastel paper

I keep collecting ideas in the book "One Drawing A Day" by V.Lawlor.
This time it is portrait drawn in pastel, fast and without deep analyses.
To give freedom to hand, to imagination, to color.

February 3, 2015

At the Window

I missed my watercolors so much, decided to give them a chance here.
But looks like that after so many gouache experiments I have lost the transparency of the medium.
I will keep working to find the right direction.

January 27, 2015

Collage

85cm x 60cm, Gouache, Paper, Fabrics
This gouache painting includes collage technique: pieces of news paper (toned with gouache), magazine pages (pictures on wall, wood texture on planks), cotton fabric and hemp rope (on top of clay jug).
The work was executed in my new drawing class in two sessions.

January 26, 2015

3x 30 Minutes Portraits.

 I am still in the middle of 6 weeks Drawing Course (Amazon link here).  Day 9 offers to draw portraits in pencil, ink and charcoal, each session no longer than 30 minutes.

You think I am narcissistic artist, drawing myself three times in a row? No, I am not - where else can one find more obedient and disciplined model for artful experiments, than in the mirror?
I like the one in the middle - big eyes, no wrinkles, nice hairdo. But my mom says, that the first one is the closest resembling of her dearest daughter.
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