2013 or 2014
library file cards. Ink, watercolor, acrylic, wood support
The Sad Chimp’s Beauty - by Will Kim
Graphite and Colored Pencils on Paper
How about some fun with the sad chimp?
After listening to St. Vincent’s new album, I had been wanting to do a piece about her. I had a day off of work and decided to finally move past the “ugly” stage it had been sitting in. I’ve been drawn to the brand of gentle, bright madness she expresses with her sound, and on top of the geometric/pastel imagery in her new album, it makes for a wide aesthetic wealth to glean from. Had a lot of fun with the noise filter on this one.
Geometrical drawings by Georg Conrad Stahl (1687).
Artist and feminist Carla Accardi (1924-2014) in her studio in Rome
From Carla Lonzi’s Autoportrait, 1969
Helena Hauss grew up in the heart of Paris. Having always had an artistic personality, Hauss had a tendency to live in her imagination, and this is where she discovered her unique way of communicating her thoughts; with a bic pen. Hauss spent most of her days working on new ways of using this unlikely weapon of choice. Through constant use and practice, we can see a tender relationship between Hauss and her materials with surprising results.
Helena Hauss is currently showing in our WORKS ON PAPER exhibition at the Brick Lane Gallery until 16th March 2014. The WORKS ON PAPER exhibition programme is open to all artists from all over the world. To take part in any future exhibitions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Metamorphosis by Sayaka Maruyama
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