I was looking for a painting technique that allow me to replicate that sort of balance between abstract and reality and I decided that a modification of pointillism
was the right way to achieve it.
Though, he has been in the sphere for quite some time but it was only in 1990s when he took it up seriously and devoted himself to excel and introduce a technique Pointillism
never viewed before in the art of calligraphy.
If so, it is on the blink, filled with what looked to me like marbles, or gumballs in a dispensing machine, or, on a more exalted level, Pointillism
With a poignant pointillism
, whose skill and sensibility rests on academic training in sociology, long-time socialist and pacifist leanings, and a liberal disposition to side with the outsider and victim, Mak weaves individual lives into a compelling chronology of a century's tragic events.
One Impressionist contemporary, George Seurat, developed the painting style known as pointillism
That is exactly how you should look at paintings that use a style called pointillism
Both time and love are lucidly wasted Vera employs pointillism
in the end to portray a diminshing Phephelaphi whose voice has turned to ashes, the emblem of human mortality.
is the practice in art of applying small strokes or dots of color to a surface so that from a distance they blend together.
Digital artists can render a still life with pointillism
as a Neo-impressionist might, or craft a rough and rocky landscape in dry brushed watercolor or thickly textured impasto.
studies in pointillism
(pictures made of tiny dots that blend together to make a larger image) and even a self-portrait.
Into the design, students incorporate the value techniques of gradation, pointillism
, cross-hatching, and parallel lines.
The latest commercial, "Paintings," is an animated montage of the whale depicted in five different styles of painting including impressionism, pointillism
, cubism and surrealistic abstract styles.