posts tagged: ink

  • Tumblr Artist
Jon Shaw | on Tumblr (Canada)
The work of Canadian artist Jon Shaw explores the processes of deconstruction and assemblage, informed by his experience as a graphic designer. Using a series of expressive and uninhibited paint, collage and texture applications, Jon creates a loose and abstract structure upon which to assemble detailed ink drawings. He selectively interpret and rework different layers until they are harmoniously integrated. “This is the most satisfying component of my work - manipulating various materials and layers until they reach that special moment of completion that balances expression, representation, abstraction and detail”. Jon obtained his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Mount Allison University in 2008. He currently lives and works in Vancouver to develop his studio practice in a new creative environment.
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  • Tumblr Artist
Jon Shaw | on Tumblr (Canada)
The work of Canadian artist Jon Shaw explores the processes of deconstruction and assemblage, informed by his experience as a graphic designer. Using a series of expressive and uninhibited paint, collage and texture applications, Jon creates a loose and abstract structure upon which to assemble detailed ink drawings. He selectively interpret and rework different layers until they are harmoniously integrated. “This is the most satisfying component of my work - manipulating various materials and layers until they reach that special moment of completion that balances expression, representation, abstraction and detail”. Jon obtained his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Mount Allison University in 2008. He currently lives and works in Vancouver to develop his studio practice in a new creative environment.
[more Jon Shaw | artist found at actegratuit]
  • Tumblr Artist
Jon Shaw | on Tumblr (Canada)
The work of Canadian artist Jon Shaw explores the processes of deconstruction and assemblage, informed by his experience as a graphic designer. Using a series of expressive and uninhibited paint, collage and texture applications, Jon creates a loose and abstract structure upon which to assemble detailed ink drawings. He selectively interpret and rework different layers until they are harmoniously integrated. “This is the most satisfying component of my work - manipulating various materials and layers until they reach that special moment of completion that balances expression, representation, abstraction and detail”. Jon obtained his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Mount Allison University in 2008. He currently lives and works in Vancouver to develop his studio practice in a new creative environment.
[more Jon Shaw | artist found at actegratuit]
  • Tumblr Artist
Jon Shaw | on Tumblr (Canada)
The work of Canadian artist Jon Shaw explores the processes of deconstruction and assemblage, informed by his experience as a graphic designer. Using a series of expressive and uninhibited paint, collage and texture applications, Jon creates a loose and abstract structure upon which to assemble detailed ink drawings. He selectively interpret and rework different layers until they are harmoniously integrated. “This is the most satisfying component of my work - manipulating various materials and layers until they reach that special moment of completion that balances expression, representation, abstraction and detail”. Jon obtained his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Mount Allison University in 2008. He currently lives and works in Vancouver to develop his studio practice in a new creative environment.
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  • Tumblr Artist
Jon Shaw | on Tumblr (Canada)
The work of Canadian artist Jon Shaw explores the processes of deconstruction and assemblage, informed by his experience as a graphic designer. Using a series of expressive and uninhibited paint, collage and texture applications, Jon creates a loose and abstract structure upon which to assemble detailed ink drawings. He selectively interpret and rework different layers until they are harmoniously integrated. “This is the most satisfying component of my work - manipulating various materials and layers until they reach that special moment of completion that balances expression, representation, abstraction and detail”. Jon obtained his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Mount Allison University in 2008. He currently lives and works in Vancouver to develop his studio practice in a new creative environment.
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  • Tumblr Artist
Jon Shaw | on Tumblr (Canada)
The work of Canadian artist Jon Shaw explores the processes of deconstruction and assemblage, informed by his experience as a graphic designer. Using a series of expressive and uninhibited paint, collage and texture applications, Jon creates a loose and abstract structure upon which to assemble detailed ink drawings. He selectively interpret and rework different layers until they are harmoniously integrated. “This is the most satisfying component of my work - manipulating various materials and layers until they reach that special moment of completion that balances expression, representation, abstraction and detail”. Jon obtained his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Mount Allison University in 2008. He currently lives and works in Vancouver to develop his studio practice in a new creative environment.
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  • Tumblr Artist
Jon Shaw | on Tumblr (Canada)
The work of Canadian artist Jon Shaw explores the processes of deconstruction and assemblage, informed by his experience as a graphic designer. Using a series of expressive and uninhibited paint, collage and texture applications, Jon creates a loose and abstract structure upon which to assemble detailed ink drawings. He selectively interpret and rework different layers until they are harmoniously integrated. “This is the most satisfying component of my work - manipulating various materials and layers until they reach that special moment of completion that balances expression, representation, abstraction and detail”. Jon obtained his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Mount Allison University in 2008. He currently lives and works in Vancouver to develop his studio practice in a new creative environment.
[more Jon Shaw | artist found at actegratuit]
  • Tumblr Artist
Jon Shaw | on Tumblr (Canada)
The work of Canadian artist Jon Shaw explores the processes of deconstruction and assemblage, informed by his experience as a graphic designer. Using a series of expressive and uninhibited paint, collage and texture applications, Jon creates a loose and abstract structure upon which to assemble detailed ink drawings. He selectively interpret and rework different layers until they are harmoniously integrated. “This is the most satisfying component of my work - manipulating various materials and layers until they reach that special moment of completion that balances expression, representation, abstraction and detail”. Jon obtained his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Mount Allison University in 2008. He currently lives and works in Vancouver to develop his studio practice in a new creative environment.
[more Jon Shaw | artist found at actegratuit]
  • Tumblr Artist
Jon Shaw | on Tumblr (Canada)
The work of Canadian artist Jon Shaw explores the processes of deconstruction and assemblage, informed by his experience as a graphic designer. Using a series of expressive and uninhibited paint, collage and texture applications, Jon creates a loose and abstract structure upon which to assemble detailed ink drawings. He selectively interpret and rework different layers until they are harmoniously integrated. “This is the most satisfying component of my work - manipulating various materials and layers until they reach that special moment of completion that balances expression, representation, abstraction and detail”. Jon obtained his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Mount Allison University in 2008. He currently lives and works in Vancouver to develop his studio practice in a new creative environment.
[more Jon Shaw | artist found at actegratuit]
  • Tumblr Artist
Jon Shaw | on Tumblr (Canada)
The work of Canadian artist Jon Shaw explores the processes of deconstruction and assemblage, informed by his experience as a graphic designer. Using a series of expressive and uninhibited paint, collage and texture applications, Jon creates a loose and abstract structure upon which to assemble detailed ink drawings. He selectively interpret and rework different layers until they are harmoniously integrated. “This is the most satisfying component of my work - manipulating various materials and layers until they reach that special moment of completion that balances expression, representation, abstraction and detail”. Jon obtained his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Mount Allison University in 2008. He currently lives and works in Vancouver to develop his studio practice in a new creative environment.
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Tumblr Artist
Jon Shaw | on Tumblr (Canada)
The work of Canadian artist Jon Shaw explores the processes of deconstruction and assemblage, informed by his experience as a graphic designer. Using a series of expressive and uninhibited paint, collage and texture applications, Jon creates a loose and abstract structure upon which to assemble detailed ink drawings. He selectively interpret and rework different layers until they are harmoniously integrated. “This is the most satisfying component of my work - manipulating various materials and layers until they reach that special moment of completion that balances expression, representation, abstraction and detail”. Jon obtained his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Mount Allison University in 2008. He currently lives and works in Vancouver to develop his studio practice in a new creative environment.
[more Jon Shaw | artist found at actegratuit] Tumblr Artist
Jon Shaw | on Tumblr (Canada)
The work of Canadian artist Jon Shaw explores the processes of deconstruction and assemblage, informed by his experience as a graphic designer. Using a series of expressive and uninhibited paint, collage and texture applications, Jon creates a loose and abstract structure upon which to assemble detailed ink drawings. He selectively interpret and rework different layers until they are harmoniously integrated. “This is the most satisfying component of my work - manipulating various materials and layers until they reach that special moment of completion that balances expression, representation, abstraction and detail”. Jon obtained his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Mount Allison University in 2008. He currently lives and works in Vancouver to develop his studio practice in a new creative environment.
[more Jon Shaw | artist found at actegratuit] Tumblr Artist
Jon Shaw | on Tumblr (Canada)
The work of Canadian artist Jon Shaw explores the processes of deconstruction and assemblage, informed by his experience as a graphic designer. Using a series of expressive and uninhibited paint, collage and texture applications, Jon creates a loose and abstract structure upon which to assemble detailed ink drawings. He selectively interpret and rework different layers until they are harmoniously integrated. “This is the most satisfying component of my work - manipulating various materials and layers until they reach that special moment of completion that balances expression, representation, abstraction and detail”. Jon obtained his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Mount Allison University in 2008. He currently lives and works in Vancouver to develop his studio practice in a new creative environment.
[more Jon Shaw | artist found at actegratuit] Tumblr Artist
Jon Shaw | on Tumblr (Canada)
The work of Canadian artist Jon Shaw explores the processes of deconstruction and assemblage, informed by his experience as a graphic designer. Using a series of expressive and uninhibited paint, collage and texture applications, Jon creates a loose and abstract structure upon which to assemble detailed ink drawings. He selectively interpret and rework different layers until they are harmoniously integrated. “This is the most satisfying component of my work - manipulating various materials and layers until they reach that special moment of completion that balances expression, representation, abstraction and detail”. Jon obtained his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Mount Allison University in 2008. He currently lives and works in Vancouver to develop his studio practice in a new creative environment.
[more Jon Shaw | artist found at actegratuit] Tumblr Artist
Jon Shaw | on Tumblr (Canada)
The work of Canadian artist Jon Shaw explores the processes of deconstruction and assemblage, informed by his experience as a graphic designer. Using a series of expressive and uninhibited paint, collage and texture applications, Jon creates a loose and abstract structure upon which to assemble detailed ink drawings. He selectively interpret and rework different layers until they are harmoniously integrated. “This is the most satisfying component of my work - manipulating various materials and layers until they reach that special moment of completion that balances expression, representation, abstraction and detail”. Jon obtained his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Mount Allison University in 2008. He currently lives and works in Vancouver to develop his studio practice in a new creative environment.
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  • Nicolas Jolly (France) - Fingerprint 
Nicolas Jolly is a French artist working with black ink. Black and white allows him to bring additional emotion to the scene by increasing the set of chiaroscuro. There is a large concern in the compositions of his drawings. The technique he uses,”fingerprint”, allows him to guide the eye of the observer through the various elements of the scene compositions. All convolutions bring dynamism and speed, amplifying the intense and dramatic effect. The subject is anime, dance and grows. It can accentuate a detail in the design and target emotion to convey.
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  • Nicolas Jolly (France) - Fingerprint 
Nicolas Jolly is a French artist working with black ink. Black and white allows him to bring additional emotion to the scene by increasing the set of chiaroscuro. There is a large concern in the compositions of his drawings. The technique he uses,”fingerprint”, allows him to guide the eye of the observer through the various elements of the scene compositions. All convolutions bring dynamism and speed, amplifying the intense and dramatic effect. The subject is anime, dance and grows. It can accentuate a detail in the design and target emotion to convey.
[more Nicolas Jolly | artist found at mydarkenedeyes]
  • Nicolas Jolly (France) - Fingerprint 
Nicolas Jolly is a French artist working with black ink. Black and white allows him to bring additional emotion to the scene by increasing the set of chiaroscuro. There is a large concern in the compositions of his drawings. The technique he uses,”fingerprint”, allows him to guide the eye of the observer through the various elements of the scene compositions. All convolutions bring dynamism and speed, amplifying the intense and dramatic effect. The subject is anime, dance and grows. It can accentuate a detail in the design and target emotion to convey.
[more Nicolas Jolly | artist found at mydarkenedeyes]
  • Nicolas Jolly (France) - Fingerprint 
Nicolas Jolly is a French artist working with black ink. Black and white allows him to bring additional emotion to the scene by increasing the set of chiaroscuro. There is a large concern in the compositions of his drawings. The technique he uses,”fingerprint”, allows him to guide the eye of the observer through the various elements of the scene compositions. All convolutions bring dynamism and speed, amplifying the intense and dramatic effect. The subject is anime, dance and grows. It can accentuate a detail in the design and target emotion to convey.
[more Nicolas Jolly | artist found at mydarkenedeyes]
  • Nicolas Jolly (France) - Fingerprint 
Nicolas Jolly is a French artist working with black ink. Black and white allows him to bring additional emotion to the scene by increasing the set of chiaroscuro. There is a large concern in the compositions of his drawings. The technique he uses,”fingerprint”, allows him to guide the eye of the observer through the various elements of the scene compositions. All convolutions bring dynamism and speed, amplifying the intense and dramatic effect. The subject is anime, dance and grows. It can accentuate a detail in the design and target emotion to convey.
[more Nicolas Jolly | artist found at mydarkenedeyes]
  • Nicolas Jolly (France) - Fingerprint 
Nicolas Jolly is a French artist working with black ink. Black and white allows him to bring additional emotion to the scene by increasing the set of chiaroscuro. There is a large concern in the compositions of his drawings. The technique he uses,”fingerprint”, allows him to guide the eye of the observer through the various elements of the scene compositions. All convolutions bring dynamism and speed, amplifying the intense and dramatic effect. The subject is anime, dance and grows. It can accentuate a detail in the design and target emotion to convey.
[more Nicolas Jolly | artist found at mydarkenedeyes]
  • Nicolas Jolly (France) - Fingerprint 
Nicolas Jolly is a French artist working with black ink. Black and white allows him to bring additional emotion to the scene by increasing the set of chiaroscuro. There is a large concern in the compositions of his drawings. The technique he uses,”fingerprint”, allows him to guide the eye of the observer through the various elements of the scene compositions. All convolutions bring dynamism and speed, amplifying the intense and dramatic effect. The subject is anime, dance and grows. It can accentuate a detail in the design and target emotion to convey.
[more Nicolas Jolly | artist found at mydarkenedeyes]
  • Nicolas Jolly (France) - Fingerprint 
Nicolas Jolly is a French artist working with black ink. Black and white allows him to bring additional emotion to the scene by increasing the set of chiaroscuro. There is a large concern in the compositions of his drawings. The technique he uses,”fingerprint”, allows him to guide the eye of the observer through the various elements of the scene compositions. All convolutions bring dynamism and speed, amplifying the intense and dramatic effect. The subject is anime, dance and grows. It can accentuate a detail in the design and target emotion to convey.
[more Nicolas Jolly | artist found at mydarkenedeyes]
Nicolas Jolly (France) - Fingerprint 
Nicolas Jolly is a French artist working with black ink. Black and white allows him to bring additional emotion to the scene by increasing the set of chiaroscuro. There is a large concern in the compositions of his drawings. The technique he uses,”fingerprint”, allows him to guide the eye of the observer through the various elements of the scene compositions. All convolutions bring dynamism and speed, amplifying the intense and dramatic effect. The subject is anime, dance and grows. It can accentuate a detail in the design and target emotion to convey.
[more Nicolas Jolly | artist found at mydarkenedeyes] Nicolas Jolly (France) - Fingerprint 
Nicolas Jolly is a French artist working with black ink. Black and white allows him to bring additional emotion to the scene by increasing the set of chiaroscuro. There is a large concern in the compositions of his drawings. The technique he uses,”fingerprint”, allows him to guide the eye of the observer through the various elements of the scene compositions. All convolutions bring dynamism and speed, amplifying the intense and dramatic effect. The subject is anime, dance and grows. It can accentuate a detail in the design and target emotion to convey.
[more Nicolas Jolly | artist found at mydarkenedeyes] Nicolas Jolly (France) - Fingerprint 
Nicolas Jolly is a French artist working with black ink. Black and white allows him to bring additional emotion to the scene by increasing the set of chiaroscuro. There is a large concern in the compositions of his drawings. The technique he uses,”fingerprint”, allows him to guide the eye of the observer through the various elements of the scene compositions. All convolutions bring dynamism and speed, amplifying the intense and dramatic effect. The subject is anime, dance and grows. It can accentuate a detail in the design and target emotion to convey.
[more Nicolas Jolly | artist found at mydarkenedeyes] Nicolas Jolly (France) - Fingerprint 
Nicolas Jolly is a French artist working with black ink. Black and white allows him to bring additional emotion to the scene by increasing the set of chiaroscuro. There is a large concern in the compositions of his drawings. The technique he uses,”fingerprint”, allows him to guide the eye of the observer through the various elements of the scene compositions. All convolutions bring dynamism and speed, amplifying the intense and dramatic effect. The subject is anime, dance and grows. It can accentuate a detail in the design and target emotion to convey.
[more Nicolas Jolly | artist found at mydarkenedeyes]
  • Jieun Park (Korea)
Korean artist Jieun Park transcripts in her work the simultaneous emotions of excitement and loneliness of travel. Jieun’s painting reveals entire nighttime cityscapes embedded in the blots of paint, glimpses of Paris, Lyon, Hong Kong, Prague… “My personal feelings are described as under-painted ink marks which are instinctively spreaded and dropped on the surface. As I create relatively realistic images of the city within the abstract ink marks, I try to record ourselves in this fast changing city and its double sidedness where colorful impression coexists with loneliness.”
[more Jieun Park | artist found at thisiscolossal]
  • Jieun Park (Korea)
Korean artist Jieun Park transcripts in her work the simultaneous emotions of excitement and loneliness of travel. Jieun’s painting reveals entire nighttime cityscapes embedded in the blots of paint, glimpses of Paris, Lyon, Hong Kong, Prague… “My personal feelings are described as under-painted ink marks which are instinctively spreaded and dropped on the surface. As I create relatively realistic images of the city within the abstract ink marks, I try to record ourselves in this fast changing city and its double sidedness where colorful impression coexists with loneliness.”
[more Jieun Park | artist found at thisiscolossal]
  • Jieun Park (Korea)
Korean artist Jieun Park transcripts in her work the simultaneous emotions of excitement and loneliness of travel. Jieun’s painting reveals entire nighttime cityscapes embedded in the blots of paint, glimpses of Paris, Lyon, Hong Kong, Prague… “My personal feelings are described as under-painted ink marks which are instinctively spreaded and dropped on the surface. As I create relatively realistic images of the city within the abstract ink marks, I try to record ourselves in this fast changing city and its double sidedness where colorful impression coexists with loneliness.”
[more Jieun Park | artist found at thisiscolossal]
  • Jieun Park (Korea)
Korean artist Jieun Park transcripts in her work the simultaneous emotions of excitement and loneliness of travel. Jieun’s painting reveals entire nighttime cityscapes embedded in the blots of paint, glimpses of Paris, Lyon, Hong Kong, Prague… “My personal feelings are described as under-painted ink marks which are instinctively spreaded and dropped on the surface. As I create relatively realistic images of the city within the abstract ink marks, I try to record ourselves in this fast changing city and its double sidedness where colorful impression coexists with loneliness.”
[more Jieun Park | artist found at thisiscolossal]
  • Jieun Park (Korea)
Korean artist Jieun Park transcripts in her work the simultaneous emotions of excitement and loneliness of travel. Jieun’s painting reveals entire nighttime cityscapes embedded in the blots of paint, glimpses of Paris, Lyon, Hong Kong, Prague… “My personal feelings are described as under-painted ink marks which are instinctively spreaded and dropped on the surface. As I create relatively realistic images of the city within the abstract ink marks, I try to record ourselves in this fast changing city and its double sidedness where colorful impression coexists with loneliness.”
[more Jieun Park | artist found at thisiscolossal]
  • Jieun Park (Korea)
Korean artist Jieun Park transcripts in her work the simultaneous emotions of excitement and loneliness of travel. Jieun’s painting reveals entire nighttime cityscapes embedded in the blots of paint, glimpses of Paris, Lyon, Hong Kong, Prague… “My personal feelings are described as under-painted ink marks which are instinctively spreaded and dropped on the surface. As I create relatively realistic images of the city within the abstract ink marks, I try to record ourselves in this fast changing city and its double sidedness where colorful impression coexists with loneliness.”
[more Jieun Park | artist found at thisiscolossal]
  • Jieun Park (Korea)
Korean artist Jieun Park transcripts in her work the simultaneous emotions of excitement and loneliness of travel. Jieun’s painting reveals entire nighttime cityscapes embedded in the blots of paint, glimpses of Paris, Lyon, Hong Kong, Prague… “My personal feelings are described as under-painted ink marks which are instinctively spreaded and dropped on the surface. As I create relatively realistic images of the city within the abstract ink marks, I try to record ourselves in this fast changing city and its double sidedness where colorful impression coexists with loneliness.”
[more Jieun Park | artist found at thisiscolossal]
  • Jieun Park (Korea)
Korean artist Jieun Park transcripts in her work the simultaneous emotions of excitement and loneliness of travel. Jieun’s painting reveals entire nighttime cityscapes embedded in the blots of paint, glimpses of Paris, Lyon, Hong Kong, Prague… “My personal feelings are described as under-painted ink marks which are instinctively spreaded and dropped on the surface. As I create relatively realistic images of the city within the abstract ink marks, I try to record ourselves in this fast changing city and its double sidedness where colorful impression coexists with loneliness.”
[more Jieun Park | artist found at thisiscolossal]
  • Jieun Park (Korea)
Korean artist Jieun Park transcripts in her work the simultaneous emotions of excitement and loneliness of travel. Jieun’s painting reveals entire nighttime cityscapes embedded in the blots of paint, glimpses of Paris, Lyon, Hong Kong, Prague… “My personal feelings are described as under-painted ink marks which are instinctively spreaded and dropped on the surface. As I create relatively realistic images of the city within the abstract ink marks, I try to record ourselves in this fast changing city and its double sidedness where colorful impression coexists with loneliness.”
[more Jieun Park | artist found at thisiscolossal]
  • Jieun Park (Korea)
Korean artist Jieun Park transcripts in her work the simultaneous emotions of excitement and loneliness of travel. Jieun’s painting reveals entire nighttime cityscapes embedded in the blots of paint, glimpses of Paris, Lyon, Hong Kong, Prague… “My personal feelings are described as under-painted ink marks which are instinctively spreaded and dropped on the surface. As I create relatively realistic images of the city within the abstract ink marks, I try to record ourselves in this fast changing city and its double sidedness where colorful impression coexists with loneliness.”
[more Jieun Park | artist found at thisiscolossal]
Jieun Park (Korea)
Korean artist Jieun Park transcripts in her work the simultaneous emotions of excitement and loneliness of travel. Jieun’s painting reveals entire nighttime cityscapes embedded in the blots of paint, glimpses of Paris, Lyon, Hong Kong, Prague… “My personal feelings are described as under-painted ink marks which are instinctively spreaded and dropped on the surface. As I create relatively realistic images of the city within the abstract ink marks, I try to record ourselves in this fast changing city and its double sidedness where colorful impression coexists with loneliness.”
[more Jieun Park | artist found at thisiscolossal] Jieun Park (Korea)
Korean artist Jieun Park transcripts in her work the simultaneous emotions of excitement and loneliness of travel. Jieun’s painting reveals entire nighttime cityscapes embedded in the blots of paint, glimpses of Paris, Lyon, Hong Kong, Prague… “My personal feelings are described as under-painted ink marks which are instinctively spreaded and dropped on the surface. As I create relatively realistic images of the city within the abstract ink marks, I try to record ourselves in this fast changing city and its double sidedness where colorful impression coexists with loneliness.”
[more Jieun Park | artist found at thisiscolossal] Jieun Park (Korea)
Korean artist Jieun Park transcripts in her work the simultaneous emotions of excitement and loneliness of travel. Jieun’s painting reveals entire nighttime cityscapes embedded in the blots of paint, glimpses of Paris, Lyon, Hong Kong, Prague… “My personal feelings are described as under-painted ink marks which are instinctively spreaded and dropped on the surface. As I create relatively realistic images of the city within the abstract ink marks, I try to record ourselves in this fast changing city and its double sidedness where colorful impression coexists with loneliness.”
[more Jieun Park | artist found at thisiscolossal] Jieun Park (Korea)
Korean artist Jieun Park transcripts in her work the simultaneous emotions of excitement and loneliness of travel. Jieun’s painting reveals entire nighttime cityscapes embedded in the blots of paint, glimpses of Paris, Lyon, Hong Kong, Prague… “My personal feelings are described as under-painted ink marks which are instinctively spreaded and dropped on the surface. As I create relatively realistic images of the city within the abstract ink marks, I try to record ourselves in this fast changing city and its double sidedness where colorful impression coexists with loneliness.”
[more Jieun Park | artist found at thisiscolossal] Jieun Park (Korea)
Korean artist Jieun Park transcripts in her work the simultaneous emotions of excitement and loneliness of travel. Jieun’s painting reveals entire nighttime cityscapes embedded in the blots of paint, glimpses of Paris, Lyon, Hong Kong, Prague… “My personal feelings are described as under-painted ink marks which are instinctively spreaded and dropped on the surface. As I create relatively realistic images of the city within the abstract ink marks, I try to record ourselves in this fast changing city and its double sidedness where colorful impression coexists with loneliness.”
[more Jieun Park | artist found at thisiscolossal]
  • Curator’s Monday 130
Zhu Daoping 朱道平 (b.1949, China)
Born in Huangyan, Zhejiang, Zhu Daoping graduated from the Fine Arts Department of Nanjing Art Academy. Zhu’s paintings were exhibited in the annual national art exhibition even before his graduation. Since 1998, he has been president of the Nanjing Institute of Calligraphy and Painting. In 2004, he received the first prestigious Huang Binhong Award, named for the leading literati painter of the early 20th century. Having grown up near Nanjing, Zhu’s art us closely related to the New Jinling (Nanjing) School, painters deeply influenced by Fu Baoshi (1904-1965), who revivified the local landscape tradition; and the lush terrain of southern China and the Yangzi River, While the application of dotted surfaces in Zhu Daoping’s paintings is reminiscent of the style of earlier Nanjing masters such as Mei Qing (1623-1697) and Shitao (1642-c.1707), Zhu goes further by rediscovering and emphasizing the relationship between dots, lines, and the pictorial surface: he has created a modern aesthetic that is still rooted in the long Chinese tradition. (source: Michael Goedhuis Gallery) Our sincere gratitude and appreciation to iamjapanese for this Curator’s Monday.
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Zhu Daoping 朱道平 (b.1949, China)
Born in Huangyan, Zhejiang, Zhu Daoping graduated from the Fine Arts Department of Nanjing Art Academy. Zhu’s paintings were exhibited in the annual national art exhibition even before his graduation. Since 1998, he has been president of the Nanjing Institute of Calligraphy and Painting. In 2004, he received the first prestigious Huang Binhong Award, named for the leading literati painter of the early 20th century. Having grown up near Nanjing, Zhu’s art us closely related to the New Jinling (Nanjing) School, painters deeply influenced by Fu Baoshi (1904-1965), who revivified the local landscape tradition; and the lush terrain of southern China and the Yangzi River, While the application of dotted surfaces in Zhu Daoping’s paintings is reminiscent of the style of earlier Nanjing masters such as Mei Qing (1623-1697) and Shitao (1642-c.1707), Zhu goes further by rediscovering and emphasizing the relationship between dots, lines, and the pictorial surface: he has created a modern aesthetic that is still rooted in the long Chinese tradition. (source: Michael Goedhuis Gallery) Our sincere gratitude and appreciation to iamjapanese for this Curator’s Monday.
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  • Curator’s Monday 130
Zhu Daoping 朱道平 (b.1949, China)
Born in Huangyan, Zhejiang, Zhu Daoping graduated from the Fine Arts Department of Nanjing Art Academy. Zhu’s paintings were exhibited in the annual national art exhibition even before his graduation. Since 1998, he has been president of the Nanjing Institute of Calligraphy and Painting. In 2004, he received the first prestigious Huang Binhong Award, named for the leading literati painter of the early 20th century. Having grown up near Nanjing, Zhu’s art us closely related to the New Jinling (Nanjing) School, painters deeply influenced by Fu Baoshi (1904-1965), who revivified the local landscape tradition; and the lush terrain of southern China and the Yangzi River, While the application of dotted surfaces in Zhu Daoping’s paintings is reminiscent of the style of earlier Nanjing masters such as Mei Qing (1623-1697) and Shitao (1642-c.1707), Zhu goes further by rediscovering and emphasizing the relationship between dots, lines, and the pictorial surface: he has created a modern aesthetic that is still rooted in the long Chinese tradition. (source: Michael Goedhuis Gallery) Our sincere gratitude and appreciation to iamjapanese for this Curator’s Monday.
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  • Curator’s Monday 130
Zhu Daoping 朱道平 (b.1949, China)
Born in Huangyan, Zhejiang, Zhu Daoping graduated from the Fine Arts Department of Nanjing Art Academy. Zhu’s paintings were exhibited in the annual national art exhibition even before his graduation. Since 1998, he has been president of the Nanjing Institute of Calligraphy and Painting. In 2004, he received the first prestigious Huang Binhong Award, named for the leading literati painter of the early 20th century. Having grown up near Nanjing, Zhu’s art us closely related to the New Jinling (Nanjing) School, painters deeply influenced by Fu Baoshi (1904-1965), who revivified the local landscape tradition; and the lush terrain of southern China and the Yangzi River, While the application of dotted surfaces in Zhu Daoping’s paintings is reminiscent of the style of earlier Nanjing masters such as Mei Qing (1623-1697) and Shitao (1642-c.1707), Zhu goes further by rediscovering and emphasizing the relationship between dots, lines, and the pictorial surface: he has created a modern aesthetic that is still rooted in the long Chinese tradition. (source: Michael Goedhuis Gallery) Our sincere gratitude and appreciation to iamjapanese for this Curator’s Monday.
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Zhu Daoping 朱道平 (b.1949, China)
Born in Huangyan, Zhejiang, Zhu Daoping graduated from the Fine Arts Department of Nanjing Art Academy. Zhu’s paintings were exhibited in the annual national art exhibition even before his graduation. Since 1998, he has been president of the Nanjing Institute of Calligraphy and Painting. In 2004, he received the first prestigious Huang Binhong Award, named for the leading literati painter of the early 20th century. Having grown up near Nanjing, Zhu’s art us closely related to the New Jinling (Nanjing) School, painters deeply influenced by Fu Baoshi (1904-1965), who revivified the local landscape tradition; and the lush terrain of southern China and the Yangzi River, While the application of dotted surfaces in Zhu Daoping’s paintings is reminiscent of the style of earlier Nanjing masters such as Mei Qing (1623-1697) and Shitao (1642-c.1707), Zhu goes further by rediscovering and emphasizing the relationship between dots, lines, and the pictorial surface: he has created a modern aesthetic that is still rooted in the long Chinese tradition. (source: Michael Goedhuis Gallery) Our sincere gratitude and appreciation to iamjapanese for this Curator’s Monday.
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Zhu Daoping 朱道平 (b.1949, China)
Born in Huangyan, Zhejiang, Zhu Daoping graduated from the Fine Arts Department of Nanjing Art Academy. Zhu’s paintings were exhibited in the annual national art exhibition even before his graduation. Since 1998, he has been president of the Nanjing Institute of Calligraphy and Painting. In 2004, he received the first prestigious Huang Binhong Award, named for the leading literati painter of the early 20th century. Having grown up near Nanjing, Zhu’s art us closely related to the New Jinling (Nanjing) School, painters deeply influenced by Fu Baoshi (1904-1965), who revivified the local landscape tradition; and the lush terrain of southern China and the Yangzi River, While the application of dotted surfaces in Zhu Daoping’s paintings is reminiscent of the style of earlier Nanjing masters such as Mei Qing (1623-1697) and Shitao (1642-c.1707), Zhu goes further by rediscovering and emphasizing the relationship between dots, lines, and the pictorial surface: he has created a modern aesthetic that is still rooted in the long Chinese tradition. (source: Michael Goedhuis Gallery) Our sincere gratitude and appreciation to iamjapanese for this Curator’s Monday.
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Zhu Daoping 朱道平 (b.1949, China)
Born in Huangyan, Zhejiang, Zhu Daoping graduated from the Fine Arts Department of Nanjing Art Academy. Zhu’s paintings were exhibited in the annual national art exhibition even before his graduation. Since 1998, he has been president of the Nanjing Institute of Calligraphy and Painting. In 2004, he received the first prestigious Huang Binhong Award, named for the leading literati painter of the early 20th century. Having grown up near Nanjing, Zhu’s art us closely related to the New Jinling (Nanjing) School, painters deeply influenced by Fu Baoshi (1904-1965), who revivified the local landscape tradition; and the lush terrain of southern China and the Yangzi River, While the application of dotted surfaces in Zhu Daoping’s paintings is reminiscent of the style of earlier Nanjing masters such as Mei Qing (1623-1697) and Shitao (1642-c.1707), Zhu goes further by rediscovering and emphasizing the relationship between dots, lines, and the pictorial surface: he has created a modern aesthetic that is still rooted in the long Chinese tradition. (source: Michael Goedhuis Gallery) Our sincere gratitude and appreciation to iamjapanese for this Curator’s Monday.
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Zhu Daoping 朱道平 (b.1949, China)
Born in Huangyan, Zhejiang, Zhu Daoping graduated from the Fine Arts Department of Nanjing Art Academy. Zhu’s paintings were exhibited in the annual national art exhibition even before his graduation. Since 1998, he has been president of the Nanjing Institute of Calligraphy and Painting. In 2004, he received the first prestigious Huang Binhong Award, named for the leading literati painter of the early 20th century. Having grown up near Nanjing, Zhu’s art us closely related to the New Jinling (Nanjing) School, painters deeply influenced by Fu Baoshi (1904-1965), who revivified the local landscape tradition; and the lush terrain of southern China and the Yangzi River, While the application of dotted surfaces in Zhu Daoping’s paintings is reminiscent of the style of earlier Nanjing masters such as Mei Qing (1623-1697) and Shitao (1642-c.1707), Zhu goes further by rediscovering and emphasizing the relationship between dots, lines, and the pictorial surface: he has created a modern aesthetic that is still rooted in the long Chinese tradition. (source: Michael Goedhuis Gallery) Our sincere gratitude and appreciation to iamjapanese for this Curator’s Monday.
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Zhu Daoping 朱道平 (b.1949, China)
Born in Huangyan, Zhejiang, Zhu Daoping graduated from the Fine Arts Department of Nanjing Art Academy. Zhu’s paintings were exhibited in the annual national art exhibition even before his graduation. Since 1998, he has been president of the Nanjing Institute of Calligraphy and Painting. In 2004, he received the first prestigious Huang Binhong Award, named for the leading literati painter of the early 20th century. Having grown up near Nanjing, Zhu’s art us closely related to the New Jinling (Nanjing) School, painters deeply influenced by Fu Baoshi (1904-1965), who revivified the local landscape tradition; and the lush terrain of southern China and the Yangzi River, While the application of dotted surfaces in Zhu Daoping’s paintings is reminiscent of the style of earlier Nanjing masters such as Mei Qing (1623-1697) and Shitao (1642-c.1707), Zhu goes further by rediscovering and emphasizing the relationship between dots, lines, and the pictorial surface: he has created a modern aesthetic that is still rooted in the long Chinese tradition. (source: Michael Goedhuis Gallery) Our sincere gratitude and appreciation to iamjapanese for this Curator’s Monday.
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Zhu Daoping 朱道平 (b.1949, China)
Born in Huangyan, Zhejiang, Zhu Daoping graduated from the Fine Arts Department of Nanjing Art Academy. Zhu’s paintings were exhibited in the annual national art exhibition even before his graduation. Since 1998, he has been president of the Nanjing Institute of Calligraphy and Painting. In 2004, he received the first prestigious Huang Binhong Award, named for the leading literati painter of the early 20th century. Having grown up near Nanjing, Zhu’s art us closely related to the New Jinling (Nanjing) School, painters deeply influenced by Fu Baoshi (1904-1965), who revivified the local landscape tradition; and the lush terrain of southern China and the Yangzi River, While the application of dotted surfaces in Zhu Daoping’s paintings is reminiscent of the style of earlier Nanjing masters such as Mei Qing (1623-1697) and Shitao (1642-c.1707), Zhu goes further by rediscovering and emphasizing the relationship between dots, lines, and the pictorial surface: he has created a modern aesthetic that is still rooted in the long Chinese tradition. (source: Michael Goedhuis Gallery) Our sincere gratitude and appreciation to iamjapanese for this Curator’s Monday.
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Zhu Daoping 朱道平 (b.1949, China)
Born in Huangyan, Zhejiang, Zhu Daoping graduated from the Fine Arts Department of Nanjing Art Academy. Zhu’s paintings were exhibited in the annual national art exhibition even before his graduation. Since 1998, he has been president of the Nanjing Institute of Calligraphy and Painting. In 2004, he received the first prestigious Huang Binhong Award, named for the leading literati painter of the early 20th century. Having grown up near Nanjing, Zhu’s art us closely related to the New Jinling (Nanjing) School, painters deeply influenced by Fu Baoshi (1904-1965), who revivified the local landscape tradition; and the lush terrain of southern China and the Yangzi River, While the application of dotted surfaces in Zhu Daoping’s paintings is reminiscent of the style of earlier Nanjing masters such as Mei Qing (1623-1697) and Shitao (1642-c.1707), Zhu goes further by rediscovering and emphasizing the relationship between dots, lines, and the pictorial surface: he has created a modern aesthetic that is still rooted in the long Chinese tradition. (source: Michael Goedhuis Gallery) Our sincere gratitude and appreciation to iamjapanese for this Curator’s Monday.
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Zhu Daoping 朱道平 (b.1949, China)
Born in Huangyan, Zhejiang, Zhu Daoping graduated from the Fine Arts Department of Nanjing Art Academy. Zhu’s paintings were exhibited in the annual national art exhibition even before his graduation. Since 1998, he has been president of the Nanjing Institute of Calligraphy and Painting. In 2004, he received the first prestigious Huang Binhong Award, named for the leading literati painter of the early 20th century. Having grown up near Nanjing, Zhu’s art us closely related to the New Jinling (Nanjing) School, painters deeply influenced by Fu Baoshi (1904-1965), who revivified the local landscape tradition; and the lush terrain of southern China and the Yangzi River, While the application of dotted surfaces in Zhu Daoping’s paintings is reminiscent of the style of earlier Nanjing masters such as Mei Qing (1623-1697) and Shitao (1642-c.1707), Zhu goes further by rediscovering and emphasizing the relationship between dots, lines, and the pictorial surface: he has created a modern aesthetic that is still rooted in the long Chinese tradition. (source: Michael Goedhuis Gallery) Our sincere gratitude and appreciation to iamjapanese for this Curator’s Monday.
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Ekaterina Koroleva is an Illustrator / graphic designer living and working in Berlin. She combines inks, watercolors and solid silouhette shapes to create sophisticated illustrations, featuring mostly feminine portraitures. Our sincere thanks to artforadults for this beautiful discovery, please visit artist’s website or follow her Tumblr for more work.
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Ekaterina Koroleva is an Illustrator / graphic designer living and working in Berlin. She combines inks, watercolors and solid silouhette shapes to create sophisticated illustrations, featuring mostly feminine portraitures. Our sincere thanks to artforadults for this beautiful discovery, please visit artist’s website or follow her Tumblr for more work.
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Ekaterina Koroleva is an Illustrator / graphic designer living and working in Berlin. She combines inks, watercolors and solid silouhette shapes to create sophisticated illustrations, featuring mostly feminine portraitures. Our sincere thanks to artforadults for this beautiful discovery, please visit artist’s website or follow her Tumblr for more work.
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Ekaterina Koroleva | on Tumblr (Germany)
Ekaterina Koroleva is an Illustrator / graphic designer living and working in Berlin. She combines inks, watercolors and solid silouhette shapes to create sophisticated illustrations, featuring mostly feminine portraitures. Our sincere thanks to artforadults for this beautiful discovery, please visit artist’s website or follow her Tumblr for more work.
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Ekaterina Koroleva | on Tumblr (Germany)
Ekaterina Koroleva is an Illustrator / graphic designer living and working in Berlin. She combines inks, watercolors and solid silouhette shapes to create sophisticated illustrations, featuring mostly feminine portraitures. Our sincere thanks to artforadults for this beautiful discovery, please visit artist’s website or follow her Tumblr for more work.
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Ekaterina Koroleva | on Tumblr (Germany)
Ekaterina Koroleva is an Illustrator / graphic designer living and working in Berlin. She combines inks, watercolors and solid silouhette shapes to create sophisticated illustrations, featuring mostly feminine portraitures. Our sincere thanks to artforadults for this beautiful discovery, please visit artist’s website or follow her Tumblr for more work.
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Ekaterina Koroleva | on Tumblr (Germany)
Ekaterina Koroleva is an Illustrator / graphic designer living and working in Berlin. She combines inks, watercolors and solid silouhette shapes to create sophisticated illustrations, featuring mostly feminine portraitures. Our sincere thanks to artforadults for this beautiful discovery, please visit artist’s website or follow her Tumblr for more work.
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Ekaterina Koroleva | on Tumblr (Germany)
Ekaterina Koroleva is an Illustrator / graphic designer living and working in Berlin. She combines inks, watercolors and solid silouhette shapes to create sophisticated illustrations, featuring mostly feminine portraitures. Our sincere thanks to artforadults for this beautiful discovery, please visit artist’s website or follow her Tumblr for more work.
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Ekaterina Koroleva | on Tumblr (Germany)
Ekaterina Koroleva is an Illustrator / graphic designer living and working in Berlin. She combines inks, watercolors and solid silouhette shapes to create sophisticated illustrations, featuring mostly feminine portraitures. Our sincere thanks to artforadults for this beautiful discovery, please visit artist’s website or follow her Tumblr for more work.
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Loui Jover |  on Tumblr (Australia) - Awakening / Pig tails. Pen and ink
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