“Andy Warhol” by Alice Neel, 1970, and “The Pink Dress” by Berthe Morisot 1841-1895. Mashup by @fineart_dana Day 26 of our 30 Day January Challenge was Mashup! Mix and match figures with an interior from historical artworks. The sketches and collages were so inspired, mixing art history with fresh ideas, that I think we should host a Mashup class for drawing and painting at the school soon! Bosch + Brassai by Carla DimitriouMashup by @rebecca_talksThe figure is from Jean Honore Fragonard’s “The Happy accident of the Swing” with the background “AA78” by Zdzislaw Beksinski. Mashup by @wobblefincharts‘Without Words” Mashup by @mille.irelandSee @mille.ireland for full art history referencesMashup by S. EnriquezThe Landing of Columbus + Smithsonian rendering of indigenous Aztecs based on sculpture and other artifacts. Mashup by @cass.v2“A Bar at the Last Supper” combining Edouard Manet + Leonardo da Vinci. Mashup by @karldyerart Poussin’s dancers in Degas’ ballet studio. @squirrelflowerJuan Sanchez Cotan’s Quince, Cabbage, Melon, and Cucumber + Peter Paul Ruben’s Marie de’ Medici, Queen of France, Landing in Marseilles. Mashup by Wendy Lumsdaine Morandi + Piero della Francesca. Mashup by @l_i_z_k_e_n_n_e_d_yPompeii’s Villa of Mysteries + Edward Hopper by Amy Miller Dowell Matisse + Pompeii’s Villa of Mysteries. Mashup by @married__afPompeii’s Villa of Mysteries + Edward Hopper’s Moonlight Interiors. Mashup by @lisaworksonpaperPompeii’s Villa of Mysteries + Bonnard. Mashup by Anne WalkerEdvard Munch’s “The Scream” + Henri Toulouse-Lautrec’s “At the Moulin Rouge”Mashup by @gretamuslandToulouse Lautrec (Salon at the Rue des Moulins) meets Rembrandt/Jan Lievens (An old man sleeping). Anne. Degas + Saaki ShunkoMashup by Prue Georgeson Mashup by Paula WaterfieldEdward Hopper’s “Rooms by the Sea” + Nicolas Poussin’s “The Finding of Moses.” Mashup by @kabellartNicolas Poussin + Edward Hopper by Dom JuleonNicolas Poussin’s “Eco and Narcissus” + Edward Hopper’s “Sol de Manana”. Mashup by @tawmsartMashup by AutumnVermeer + Hopper by Dorothy RNicolas Poussin on a coffee date (Hopper) by Martha CampoPicasso + Hopper by B CenterPompeii’s Villa of Mysteries + Bonnard. Mashup by @magma_drawing Bell’s “The Garden Room”, Schjerfbeck’s “The Seamstress (The Working Woman)”, & Sargent’s “Madame X”.Mashup by Kathryn Walton-ElliottMother & Teen – Mary Cassatte. Mashup by Gretchen. Matisse + Vermeer by @reydaoedSt Margaret visits Monsieur Mattise to choose a painting. Zubaran + Matisse by @rozaventartistMughlai miniature style + Matisse interior style by @zeitounissimaBani Thani and the Parakeets. Mashup by ???Van Gogh’s “The Bedroom” + Edward Hopper’s “Hotel Window” + Vermeer’s “The Glass of Wine”Mashup by @teepee_artWhat animals think of Vincent’s room by Mimi Torchia BoothbyVincent da Vinci by Colleen Tuell Matisse + Diebenkorn by @gil_mendez_sfTwo Kandinskys + a Frankenthaler by @annrodak Pollack in Mondrian’s Studio, by Elsa BoumanJohann Strauss II plays Escher by Ellen CraftI learned today on King FM that Strauss wrote two math texts, so I thought he’d enjoy playing in Escher’s interior. Images from the Mattress Factory, Pittsburgh. Artists: Chiharu Shiota (room) and Christina A. West (figures)Mashup by Ellen BorisonWilliam Kentridge in a war damaged school filmed by The Guardian today in Mariupol UkraineMashup by Barb HammondJoel Peter Witkin + Brassai by Carla Dimitriou Yves Klein + David Hockney by @amyallsopp
30SAL Faves: Mashup!
Day 26 of our 30 Day January Challenge was Mashup! Mix and match figures with an interior from historical artworks. The sketches and collages were so inspired, mixing art history with fresh ideas, that I think we should host a Mashup class for drawing and painting at the school soon!
Colored Pencil Drawings by Klimt
Isn’t this a lovely colored pencil drawing? Klimt made more drawings, but they deserve their own room. They’re mostly nude women with their crotches on display. Take your colored pencils anywhere!
Flags by Sara Rahbar
[image_with_animation image_url=”6299″ alignment=”” animation=”None” box_shadow=”none” max_width=”100%”] Sara Rahbar Wiki: Sara Rahbar (born in 1976 in Tehran, Iran) is a contemporary, mixed media artist based in New York City. Her work ranges from photography to sculpture to installation and often stems from her personal experiences and is largely autobiographical. In 1982, Rahbar and her family fled …
“Protest is a fundamental reason I paint. Protest against sexism, against the status quo, against what I should be doing” – Elizabeth Malaska (Oregon Arts Commission)
How to Draw Heat
Today is the 3rd straight day of record heat in Seattle, up to 108 degrees. It got me wondering what it would look like to draw “hot.” What does “hot” look like? How do you draw heat? Here are some fun digital ideas from young artists for how they might draw heat, from Draw Something. …