Peter Max is a German artist known for his unique brand of rainbow-hued prints and paintings, which he has created since the early 1960s. Employing painterly strokes, his illustrations incorporate a wide spectrum of colors and patterns as seen in his previous series. He stated, “I'm just wowed by the universe. I'm just glad to do something I love to do. I love color, I love painting, I love shapes, I love composition, I love the people around me.”
Unique - 2016 ~ this is really originally (suppose to be) a tat that I want in the near future or for someone else. Except the background of course 🤷🏾♂️ haha.
*** I accidentally had put the wrong post up earlier. This one was suppose to go first... *** that's what happens when your doing 50 million things at the same time. Lol.
hey art lovers my DC artist friend Dorian Berman is feeling generous this holiday season and is giving away this beautiful print to one lucky winner so hit her up and make it be you deets on her site @dorianallynberman she also does cool things with wax and foliage that are flying off the shelves so check that out too #winnerwinner#supportthearts
The Omission of Truth
Gold & Alcohol Ink on Yupo
4 x 4”
December 12 2018
This seems to be a current theme in society, starting at the top. Don’t be a douchebag. Lead by example! Live life in the truth, even if it can be brutal. This shouldn’t have to be stated, but since your mama never taught you right:
Is an omission only a lie when there is an expectation of a truthful answer to a question, where the answer was deliberately used to obfuscate the truth? Any attempt at deception is the same as a lie, regardless if it is done through delivering false information or the omission of critical information.
Absolutely love rust and the rainbow of colours that occur from oxidized metal.
Do you see the colours I see?
Blues, purples, reds, green, browns, gold, and white. Rust is such a gorgeous material.
This lightswitch cover was picked up at Tommy Thompson park which is a man-made island spit that narrowly stretches out into the lake on Toronto's East end. Great place to hike because it's a gorgeous home to a variety of birds that are never seen in the city due to it's seclusion. A really remarkable place and my favorite park here because of it's unique landscape. The beaches are full of eroded bricks, rubble, and decades old metal scrap that protrudes from the ground at random places. If you have read some of my other posts you would understand why I enjoy such a place...nature eroding built materials...my thing. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
In this drawing I used white acrylic paint coupled with a white charcoal pencil to create the highlights.
I'm improving with each practice, learning, and through learning I'll teach those that follow my practicing.
That's important to me.
Primo 59-W charcoal pencil, Chinamarker, Copic 0.03 black liner, Derwent procolour pencils, Graphite powder, Windsor & Newton white acrylic paint.