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Vernon Ah Kee, Unwritten #10 (detail) 2008, Charcoal on canvas, 150 x 90 cm

Vernon Ah Kee, Unwritten #10 (detail) 2008, Charcoal on canvas, 150 x 90 cm

YOCASTALOVE

YOCASTALOVE

Vernon Ah Kee: Unwritten (2008) charcoal on canvas

Vernon Ah Kee: Unwritten (2008) charcoal on canvas

CONTINUIDAD: Este mont[on de lineas nos indica que es el cuerpo de una persona, sin embargo no posee contorno:

CONTINUIDAD: Este mont[on de lineas nos indica que es el cuerpo de una persona, sin embargo no posee contorno:

by vernon ah kee  -  this redefines the concept of drawing

by vernon ah kee - this redefines the concept of drawing

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Estos explosivos retratos de bailarines muestran la fuerza de la danza

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Desenho água

Desenho água

Melodie #3 mike creighton

Melodie #3 mike creighton

[90] untitled charcoal  on canvas 162 x 96 cm 2013 by KwangHo Shin, via Behance

[90] untitled charcoal on canvas 162 x 96 cm 2013 by KwangHo Shin, via Behance

Clara Lieu | lithographic crayon on charcoal paper. This drawing is from "Wading", a project that presents the most severe form of isolation as loneliness that is experienced when physically surrounded by other people. The presence of others is what can intensify the experience of loneliness for an individual. These works depict figures wading in an infinite and undefined body of water. I visually portray loneliness as the experience of feeling unseen and unknown within a group.

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Clara Lieu | lithographic crayon on charcoal paper. This drawing is from "Wading", a project that presents the most severe form of isolation as loneliness that is experienced when physically surrounded by other people. The presence of others is what can intensify the experience of loneliness for an individual. These works depict figures wading in an infinite and undefined body of water. I visually portray loneliness as the experience of feeling unseen and unknown within a group.

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