Nicole Appel, Picasso and Van Gogh, 2014. Pencil on Paper, 19”x24”
Nicole Appel, Whiskey, 2014. Cards and Dice, Pencil on Paper, 19”x24”
The Surevil Shiba by Roy Gabbay
A sign, drawn on a thin piece of foam, left behind by one of the young entrepreneurs in Chicago’s Avondale neighborhood, this past weekend.
Aboriginal Paintings. Timmy Payungka Tjapangati Possum Dreaming for Children, Walter Tjampitjinpa Wild Potato Story, Anatjari Tjakamarra Big Pintupi Dreaming Ceremony, Tim Leura Tjapaltjarri Travelling Honey Ant Dreaming, Uta Uta Tjangala Women’s Dreaming, John Tjakamarra No Title, Yala Yala Gibbs Tjungurrayi No Title, Nosepeg Tjupurrula Three Ceremonial Poles (top to bottom). 1970s.
Martha Grunenwaldt only began to make art when she was 71. Living at her daughter Josine’s home in Mouscron, Belgium, she instinctively took up her grandchildren’s colouring pencils and began to create a new world, making her distinctive colourful drawings. In Raw Vision 43.