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Entropy 51 by Bibire Entropy 51 by Bibire
April 2011
8x10.5 in
Pencils and sgraffito on experimental photo.
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aegiandyad Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2013
A strange meeting of Max Ernbst and Francis Bacon with distinct undertones of Heironymous Bosch, morbidly fascinating...
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Bibire Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2013  Hobbyist
agree....pertinent observation....appreciated comment
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scheinbar Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
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Bibire Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2013  Hobbyist
thank you, again and again...
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daxusflashlight Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2011
I think i see two stading figures
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Bibire Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2011  Hobbyist
that's correct
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daxusflashlight Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2011
:hug:
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Larainjp Featured By Owner May 9, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
This piece is really interesting. Can you explain the process that you use? Are you just drawing over the photography and are you making the sgraffito or buying it? If you are making it what are you using? You are producing amazing textures and images. I'm inspired and would like to attempt some similar experiments myself. :sun:
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Bibire Featured By Owner May 10, 2011  Hobbyist
your approach toward my art honored me...i'm passionate for experiments in art and i do encourage all artists to find their path in this jungle of art...to define a way of creating art, or another, is like trying to describe how this beautiful baby was born...we don't need that, do we?...i do encouraging originality,that's very important for a real artist...and watching your gallery, i believe that your have a wonderful style, your artworks are amazing...believe me, is more fun to be yourself... please, consider this a friendly message...sincerely, jon...
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Larainjp Featured By Owner May 10, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Hi Jon :) Thank you for your reply. I do indeed consider it a friendly and respectful message. I used to wander around college many years ago and pop into other artists studios to see what they were up to and chat about how they achieved what they were doing as they did with me. What materials, processes etc, it would often generate ideas but I would never 'copy' another artists work which I fear you felt was my intention. I guess publishing it on here may create that kind of situation and I sense some artists have had bad experiences with this kind of thing. As an art teacher I encouraged students to share ideas and emulate artists they admired or each other so that it might influence their own work in a positive way but I would never encourage plagiarism and certainly not consider it an option for myself. I have no intention of copying anybody at all :D Thanks for taking the time to reply to me. Larain
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