Experimenting with Charcoal

Drawing with charcoal, as the name implies, is a technique that uses charcoal in bar, stick, powder or in the form of a pencil to create portraits, landscapes and various other artistic or study works.
Spooky
Considered one of the most classic and traditional artistic manifestations, drawing with charcoal was a very common practice in the caves and remains to this day in the world of arts.

After all, the charcoal drawing technique is simple and quite flexible, allowing for broad strokes and covering large surfaces with shade.

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Hello!

After the successful exhibition at the Melia White House Hotel with ARTROOMS 2016, I would like to thank you very much for your visit.

Bellow, you can have a tiny glimpse of what it was Art-Rooms 2016*. For more information, visit their website: Art-Rooms

I’d like to invite you as well my Online Gallery at Fine Arts America, a curated boutique space that aims to bring together a mix of artists and digital media designers collaborating to create beautiful pieces of curated art. We exhibit beautiful imagery, whether that be a photograph, digital art piece or traditional painting.

Please pay us a visit: The Fine Arts Gallery

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I’m pleased to announce that my work “Spooky” has received the Special Merit Recognition Award from Light Space & Time Gallery.

The gallery received 890 entries from 33 different countries from around the world, including Australia, Austria, Barbados, Canada, China, Croatia, Egypt, Finland, France, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Iran, Ireland, Israel, Japan, Kuala Lumpur, Netherlands, New Zealand, Philippines, Reunion Island, Romania, Russia, Scotland, Singapore, South Africa, St. Maarten, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey, United Kingdom. In addition, the gallery received entries from 38 different US states.

To see all 130 selected pieces, visit Light Space & Time Gallery — A to K and L to Y

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Art Maze at Bargehouse will be an atmospheric group exhibition featuring work by various artists who will transform this iconic building into a haunting maze of art for one magical week.

Join us at the Private View to meet the artists!

16th — 20th December 2015
Open daily 11am — 6pm, admission free

Private View Wednesday 16th December 2015 6.30pm — 8.30pm
RSVP info@exhibithere.com (ESSENTIAL)

Venue: Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf, Bargehouse Street, South Bank, London SE1 9PH

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An empowering event celebrating the art of motherhood, featuring over 100 Mother-Artists. The exhibition will be accompanied by a new art studio model presentation and by a panel of talks on subjects including art and maternity, from an artistic, academic and neurobiological standpoint.

It will allow the display of performances and visual artists alike. The installation consists of a collection of photozines. The photozines either document or translate the works into the artist’s book format. The audience is invited to read. The installation will draw upon the concept of library at the same time as creating an alternative archive for Procreate Project.

The Launch is open from 2pm — 7pm at the Women’s Art Library.

For more information please visit: www.procreateproject.com

or email info@procreateproject.com

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