Sunday, October 18, 2015

Own work in progress this October


After several postings about fascinating art made by others, here a little update what I am up to this October. I created a few new mandalas or kaleidoscopic images on my computer. These are, as always, based on one of my drawings.


I love the details that appear out of nearly nothing...
Original computer modified drawing (pastel and gel ink) by Jurgen Ziesmann: NightSky
Original computer modified drawing (pastel and gel ink) by Jurgen Ziesmann: NightSky
This little beauty is the original drawing, from which the above two are derived.
Original drawing (pastel and gel pens on paper) by Jürgen Ziesmann

Finally another original watercolor. A little glimpse in my imaginary world.
All of these images will be on show in about two weeks (starting on the first Friday of Novermber)
at the gallery of the Lynchburg Art Club.

Original Watercolor: The Princess approaches by Jürgen Ziesmann

Intersections


I had the privilege this year to visit the south of Spain, and there to spend a delightful day at the Alhambra, this beautiful 1000 year old palace in Granada. The patterns, designs, and peacefulness of the place remain unforgettable. I now stumbled across the art of Anila Quayyum Agha, who uses exactly those patterns and brings them into our western world. See for yourself:


Time to show the pictures that are on the show at the  Steven Francis Fine Art Gallery If you are interested in purchasing any of these artw...