Finding an inspiration and a right place to sit, are two most difficult thigns to find. As a sketch artist, it can get quite annoying to find a great place where you can draw a sketch. Moreover, it's a common problem among sketch artists. There should be a great place for them to sketch in. The house or the studio proves to be a bad place because there isn't anything to draw.
Creativity is one of the most important qualities you'd need if you're an artist. However, many myths surround this powerful quality and it's important that you know the reality behind them. If you aspire to be an artist, you'd need to be creative. This will help you in any style or form of art. Whether it's a painting or sketch, you'll be able to find new connections and create an amazing piece.
If you want to decorate the interior of your house or office, you'd surely want to look up for some inspirations and ideas. However, when you'll search online you'll probably see that one particular color would dominate most of the results. If you've done this before, then you would have come across the term 'color trend' already.
Drawing your first painting is a memorable experience. You’ll remember each step of your painting process and you’ll hope that it comes out great. Not only it will give you some great memories but it will also help you understand how easy (or difficult) painting is. Many people make some fundamental mistakes with their first painting. Due to those mistakes they hate their final product. Some leave painting altogether and begin to doubt their artistic abilities. However, you don’t have to go through that.
Since its arrival, pop art has become the most popular form of artistic expression. In fact, its impact is so huge on global culture that the introduction of pop art is termed as a revolution. It began to gain popularity in the United Kingdom and soon spread to the other parts of the world. Even though it began during the mid-1950s, it’s still quite popular in the modern world.
Art comes in different forms and shapes - among which are texture paintings. There is a great appeal to paintings that show more depth and texture than those that have a flat look. When we we think about texture, we naturally imagine layers of paint that is applied with a palette knife of some sort. However, this is not necessarily the case as texture can take many forms and shapes.
Many of you probably recognize me by the pouring technique I use. I started with the pouring technique about 10 years ago. As a self-taught artist I experimented many styles and stumbled upon this particular effect by mistake… Yes, many great paintings are a result of mistakes. There are many pouring techniques of acrylic paint that can be found online such as Facebook, YouTube, Pinterest and many art sites, and quite a lot of images and videos of how this technique can be used.
Some artists will say Abstract Art is a “form of art”, others will say “it is a personal work”, “imagination”, “a free form expression of thoughts on canvas”, or more formally “an undefined expression of shapes, forms, colors, and textures”.
For me it is all about the process. The process is mysterious, unexplained, a way of communication between my inner self and the physical world. It is not what the eye sees and the hand touches when the work is done, but a manifestation of an abstract mental process that escapes real definition.
Creating art is my passion! Every time I pass near a blank canvas I feel something explode inside of me. It is not something I can explain or pass on to someone else...but it is, always, a beginning of a new original creation. I think that this statement perfectly portrays what the viewers should feel when viewing an artist's abstract creation.
Just as an artist gets this "explosion", we receive the same feeling when looking at artworks if we truly appreciate it.