beautiful pen studies: see how the use of different grounds can add to the 'story' or feel of a work. From now on all my pen and inks will be on some kind of old paper... well, a lot of them at least

John Batho [French artist, b.1939] | from 'Presents & Absents' [1998] | http://www.johnbatho.com/

John Batho [French artist, b.1939] | from 'Presents & Absents' [1998] | http://www.johnbatho.com/

This print, in my opinion, interprets the many faces of Bipolar Disorder.

This print, in my opinion, interprets the many faces of Bipolar Disorder.

Colorful Faceless Paintings - Artist KwangHo Shin Captures the Complexity of Human Emotions (GALLERY)

Colorful Faceless Paintings

Colorful Faceless Paintings - Artist KwangHo Shin Captures the Complexity of Human Emotions (GALLERY)

Credit: (c) 2012 Jenny Saville, image courtesy Gagosian Gallery  Atonement Studies: Central Panel (Rosetta), 2005-06

Jenny Saville's work - in pictures

Credit: (c) 2012 Jenny Saville, image courtesy Gagosian Gallery Atonement Studies: Central Panel (Rosetta), 2005-06

-Jose Romussi -Jose Romussi was born in Chile, where he studied landscape design. -He currently lives & works in Berlin. -Romussi is well know for his silk screen colleges, where he skilfully combines monochrome photographics with bright, vibrant embroidary designs. -He developed his quirky technique after struggling to represent his ideas in paint.

#Newserie by Jose Romussi

-Jose Romussi -Jose Romussi was born in Chile, where he studied landscape design. -He currently lives & works in Berlin. -Romussi is well know for his silk screen colleges, where he skilfully combines monochrome photographics with bright, vibrant embroidary designs. -He developed his quirky technique after struggling to represent his ideas in paint.

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