ContemporaryArt - Artist - Revisit the African influences.
Sandra Wiesmüller wrote on September 05, 2012 18:51:
thanx for the fav!
Tonia Ackermann wrote on September 01, 2012 17:17:
Xea B. wrote on July 31, 2012 22:37:
No problem Hans, you made it clear and anyway we are both tuning up. You dont have to apologise as this is a free debate (and a fruitful one) so thank you!
Hans Snelders wrote on July 30, 2012 15:54:
Sorry for the confusion, let me try again..
What I meant was, that your drawings resemble the manner in which the Japanese express themselves in Sumi-e, namely going for the essence with a minimum of brushstrokes, in black ( east-indian ink ) and white ( paper ).
Xea B. wrote on July 20, 2012 22:14:
Thank you Hans, yet your comment is a bit confusing: how do you relate Sumi-e to east India?
Whatever my work is fundamentally occidental and based on the sharp observation of dancers...
Hans Snelders wrote on July 19, 2012 20:03:
You're inkwork is very bold en pure. maybe you alredy have but if not, have you ever considerd Sumi-e for extra inspiration; back to the essence in east indian ink.
Margareta Jungerth Boo wrote on July 18, 2012 20:00:
Johannes Huinink wrote on July 18, 2012 17:09:
Thank you very much, Xea!
Michael Pointer wrote on July 17, 2012 03:05:
Thank you so much, Xea!
Michael B. wrote on July 16, 2012 20:14:
Hallo Xea, - gute Wahl, vielen Dank, sehr freundlich.
Xea B. wrote on July 16, 2012 18:09:
Avec grand plaisir andré.
andré schmucki wrote on July 16, 2012 04:23:
merci beaucoup xea!
Michael B. wrote on July 15, 2012 16:59:
- bravo Xea, perfekt, - abstakter geht es nicht mehr, -
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