Hi all, i am working in my entry for the #domoartchallenge/#domosartchallenge. It is fun and my work will be revealed on May 18 at @domo.eclectica.the.hague in the City centre of @thehague. Please join the party. I cannot show you my piece yet, but it is the same style and vibe of the paintings in the pictures. .
Remember to follow me for more art, and like my posts to make sure you will see me in your feed. DM for inquiries. .
So it’s giveaway time, but first let me say thank you to everyone for their support and encouragement. Also thank you to everyone that entered the last giveaway. I had quite a few people who participated and hopefully we’ll have even more this time. I really enjoyed doing the last one and sharing my art. As Picasso said, “The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away.” 😜
Unlike my last giveaway, I will be randomly selecting TWO winners that will receive ONE 6”x 8” high quality Giclee print of “Madness In Love” and of course I’m paying for the shipping. (Unfortunately this giveaway is open to U.S. residents only.) There are only three rules to enter. Good Luck!
1)You must be following me
2)Like the post
3)Tag one friend in the comments. (Extra entry points for each additional friend you tag) ⭐️BONUS: (optional) Five extra entry points for sharing this post in your stories. .
And that’s it. .
This giveaway will end on Saturday July 20, 2019 at 10am EST. The winners will be selected at random and will be contacted no later than the 21st of July. If there is no reply from the winner(s) within 24 hours, another will be selected and contacted. .
And of course Instagram and Facebook are NOT sponsoring, endorsing or administering this giveaway. All entrants of the giveaway will release Instagram and Facebook from any and all liability. .
“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.”
– Pablo Picasso
I love drawing when I was a little kid. I remember when I was in primary school, I would use every bit of time to draw. For some reason, I stopped drawing when I got older. Thank you God that 3 years ago, He reminded me how much I love drawing when I was young and I started picking up a pen and scribble on paper. And that started my drawing journey again😊 While I’m drawing, my childhood memories flash through my mind. Although I don’t remember much of my childhood, it reminds me of who I think I was when I was a child, and how differently I am now. Recently, I keep searching for myself from the past, because I want to know who I truly am and not the person that is shaped by the ”norms”. Everyone is different and no one should be judged by anybody else. So don’t be afraid to show your talent! We present our lives with who we truly are, and not living under someone’s shadow or expectations, that’s what I think 😊
Something’s wrong with the process vid and so I cropped the part that is fine 😢 hope you guys enjoy it. BTW can you see a face?
KOSMOS KUBISMUS : When Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque pioneered Cubism in the early years of the twentieth century, they set off a revolution in visual art. The new style’s fragmented forms signal a fundamental change in how painting relates to the visible world. The Cubists rank as one of the most influential movements in art history; their works are adventures for the eyes even today, challenging our habits of perception. Produced in cooperation with the Centre Pompidou, the exhibition The Cubist Cosmos. From Picasso to Léger is the first to unite both museums’ Cubist masterworks for a reconstruction of the wider context in which the world-famous treasures bequeathed to the Kunstmuseum Basel by Raoul La Roche were created. Key works in The Cubist Cosmos. From Picasso to Léger exemplify this adaptation and transformation of the Cubist idiom by the avant-garde, an integral part of the movement’s history, as well as the sudden return to color in Braque’s and Picasso’s work around 1912 and the experimental use of materials and creative techniques. Portraits of critics and writers including Gertrude Stein, Guillaume Apollinaire, and Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler broaden the exhibition’s perspective, suggesting Cubism’s ties with contemporary intellectual thought and poetry.
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4 days ago
First time doodling on black paper. I forgot my tripod and thought I couldn’t record the process of this one. But then I found my way to hold the camera with my handbag, so here it comes 😝