Using a styling cushion brush Mark
swept Millie's hair back towards the crown and secured it into a high ponytail using a covered band.
A team turning out at St James' Park in redand-white stripes could light the touch paper and produce fireworks and I am going to take Alan Pardew's side at 15/8 to brush Mark
Hughes' Potters aside by winning at half-time and full-time.
As a painter whose affinities lie with the fragility and power of the brush mark
, the experiments and excavations that this body of work represents is, among other things, one more reflection of the continuing location and interrogation, within artistic practice, of media that answer different needs/occasions.
To put ideas on it -- a brush mark
this big," she indicates the length of a finger, "is a bold stroke.
In her paintings, she told me, 'There was no place for handling, for the brush mark
Dust, desert plant life and a few patches of heavy brush mark
the Santa Clarita Valley's dry riverbeds, a scene that means disastrous flooding to federal, state, county and city officials.
At one point, I had to work to make a certain kind of brush mark
Now, I think it and it happens.
While set apart by their seemingly incompatible subject matter, the two bodies of work share an important feature: Both rely heavily on the brush mark
or "trace," a concept familiar in ink-painting connoisseurship.
The steel/stone sculptures and the single brush mark
paintings are, at times, installed in relation to one another.
Repair performance (sometimes also called lapping) is the amount of time that a brush mark
from a wet brush applied across a brushed drying coat of paint will flow out to form a single-coat film.
At the same time, it plays a sensuous concert around the theme of the painting's close physical relation to the object that it represents, brush mark
to chrysanthemum petal, colorful woven tapestry to pigment-laden canvas surface.
Heng's obstinate pictures have changed very little over the years, except that they have become more luminous and more clearly calculated--not a stray brush mark
or a single nuance missed.