@ikegamitakeo’s drawings and their textures are really fascinating and unique! I am enchanted by the application of charcoal and ink and the connection of very detailed elements like the eyes and the blurriness in other areas.
“Of all the four elements - water, fire, earth and air, the latter is the most mysterious, incomprehensible element. It is invisible, almost intangible, but it is present everywhere and penetrates into other elements filled and nourished by it. The element of air is both life-giving and threatening. Air is associated with thinking, with the flight of thought, with the flight in general, and thus with absolute freedom.”
@tsisaryk’s sculpture ‘Sylph Tina’ is definitely one of my favourite pieces created by the artist! Along the lines of the topic, the piece seems to float beyond the law of gravity. Volodymyr shares further in the caption: “The opportunity to create is as necessary as air for artists. We breathe it, and it also becomes a support for our wings in creative flight.”
I love this composition! @denman_artist’s ‘Looking up III’ depicts a gentle and beautiful creature, the black bear. Andrew is known for his beautiful wildlife paintings and surreal compositions that connect figurative and abstract elements.
@sooj.joos’ attention to detail is so mesmerising! Her storytelling in this piece manifests on two levels: Her character and the delicate linework showcased on the traditional Hanbok depict the “sacrifice people make to be famous” in the context of K-pop.
The digital drawing ‘Drown in Tears’ by @ahdiyat_ is an emotive female representation that touches our hearts. Ajay usually constructs his compositions in red and grey tones, beautifully highlighting the narrative through contrast and colouring.