“I see the world in lines, shapes & colors.” – J. Glenn
A little bit about Jesse !!!
I have lived in the state of Kentucky all of my life and around the city of Berea since the age of thirteen. I studied computer graphic design and art history at Spencerian College in Lexington, KY. I have always been intrigued with art in all its forms. Some of my earliest memories are of drawing action figures and creating cartoons characters at the dinner table. In high school, my art class was given an assignment to make an original piece of art. I, being a huge fan of comic books, made a poster of original super heroes. Upon presenting the teacher with my work, I was surprised to hear her say, “Good drawings, but comic books are not art.” I wholeheartedly disagreed with her. I suppose her words have given me motivation to show that art is anything that moves people.
“My background in computer graphics and art history give me the ability to successfully merge design with fine art. My method of creation consists of constructing an image using various graphic design tools. Once satisfied, I sketch the finished composition onto canvas and paint it. This approach allows me the freedom of versatility while maintaining my message. ”
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We can’t wait to see what Jesse has to come !!!!
I paint to experience environments where I can never physically be, scenes from a past. I find myself walking through structures with out-dated architecture, dead places, where I have a desire to create fantasized narratives in memoriam . Resuscitating the condemned is a passion of mine, so I envision stories with creatures to occupy the abandonment.
But sometimes I make whatever.
Sarah Hensley, born 11-13-1979
lived in MI and NC back and forth for the last 31.5 years, attended several schools in both states, although none were art schools, sigh. Graduated from Baker College in ’07 with an Associate’s in Applied Sciences, focusing on Surgical Technology.
Custom Pinup Portraits by Scrublightning is a one-woman operation that began in the summer of 2010 in Holland Michigan. I mostly paint with acrylics, but have been known to dabble in polymer clay and I like doodling with crappy ole MS Paint. it’s like drawing with a bar of soap! I’m self-taught… really, art school is nothing more than a dream I may have had once…I’m currently out of work, following a god-awful back injury and subsequent surgery, and since I’m crippled and bored, art is what makes me happy.life’s about being colorful and strange and spewing that goodness onto canvas. if you’re interested in gettin’ some Baconpockets/Scrublightning (dang nicknames!) originals for your place, lemme know! Commissions are welcome, and the stranger the better!
A bizarre instrument combining a piano and cello has finally been played to an audience more than 500 years after it was dreamt up Leonardo da Vinci.
The viola organista’s strings are played in the same way as a cello.
This is my friend Manka, from Indonesia, a member of Sketchaholic on Facebook, and a “Pack Member” here. I post my artwork around the world and I have many new friends who I try my best to keep in contact with. It is very humbling to have so many people following, and today I want to point out one friend who thought enough of our friendship to Sketch me and my dog Abby. I received this drawing 2 days ago but haven’t been able to put into words what it means to me.
This is the essence of The Artist Den.net. Bringing real culture to the world and building strong relationships. So many artists are too worried about elbowing their fellow artists out of the way. There are billions of people in the world, why should we be afraid to show them off.
Manka has touched my heart. It’s not only a great compliment, but a primal act of Love, that I will return. Stay tuned Manka!!! Success to you!!! ROCK and ROLL!!!
Artist/Poet , Frank is a profound thinker. His works are hard to find, but worth the effort. Check out Franks newest drawing!!!
You can find some of Franks Art on Facebook … https://www.facebook.com/frank.greene.3597