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Abstract Sunset after Schiele

Abstract Sunset after Schiele

Piece description from the artist

A smaller ink drawing/painting using pigmented inks – highly permanent pigmented ink markers and felt tip pens. On "Artboard' a thin rigid archival material that looks like paper, but is more durable. The pigmented ink markers blend and layer extremely well on the artboard. I've been inspired to use inks and drawing media to re-interpret some of my favorite Early 20th Century paintings. Ink is a very different medium, and my own aesthetic is not identical to the well-known painters used as inspiration. The translation from their aesthetic to mine and from paint to ink involves adding detail, abstracting, and reworking ideas. It's been informative so far. This drawing was inspired by Egon Schiele's complex and moody landscapes – you can find them around Vienna in the museums (Upper Belvedere for example)

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10.0" x 8.0"
alchol based ink on acid free paper

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