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Edward B. Gordon: Hands on Canvas -wow the light and shadow - inspiring

Edward B. Gordon: Hands on Canvas -wow the light and shadow - inspiring

M3::  Note the distinct accents within both the light and shadow masses. The artist has chosen to have these accents be larger areas to communicate blown out lights (side of the forehead, nose mass and cheekbone)  and crushed shadows (bottom plane of the nose and eye sockets..

M3:: Note the distinct accents within both the light and shadow masses. The artist has chosen to have these accents be larger areas to communicate blown out lights (side of the forehead, nose mass and cheekbone) and crushed shadows (bottom plane of the nose and eye sockets..

“He had the feeling that there was something physically behind his eyes, blocking the light.” ― Jeffrey Eugenides (by Michal Mozolewski)

“He had the feeling that there was something physically behind his eyes, blocking the light.” ― Jeffrey Eugenides (by Michal Mozolewski)

untitled work by Michal Lukasiewicz (b. 1974), Polish-born lives in Antwerp - his paintings of the human form show its softness and tenderness; never the anger of the world but the peace and harmony that humans are capable of. He tries to show the placid side of the subject using light, the reflection of light and the shadows to emphasise the subjects form and curves. He never use colour but the subtleness of tone (tuttartpittura)

untitled work by Michal Lukasiewicz (b. 1974), Polish-born lives in Antwerp - his paintings of the human form show its softness and tenderness; never the anger of the world but the peace and harmony that humans are capable of. He tries to show the placid side of the subject using light, the reflection of light and the shadows to emphasise the subjects form and curves. He never use colour but the subtleness of tone (tuttartpittura)

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