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Charcoal & graphite on 160g paper
Dimensions: 33.0cm(H) x 43.0cm(W) / 13.0"(H) x 16.9"(W)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
To be able to fly like the birds seems so fascinating. Crows and/Ravens have always interests me...I think they are one of the most mysterious creatures in the world.
This is a quick study of drawing birds on 160G paper in which I decided to use charcoal & graphite.
I'm actually hoping to convey that sort of "danger" #ClimateChange could cause through this image...I think if we humans won't believe and actually listen to scientists perhaps animals could give us a "warning" of the truth behind what is inevitable...
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Hometown: Angeles City Pampanga
Based in: Philippines
'What if?' will always be the question Ann Supan tends to ask herself every now and then. She is an Engineering graduate who knew she wanted to be an artist since she was 10 years old.
Her main interest in art is portraiture as it is her ambition to express beauty and emotion on her work. She focuses mainly on likeness as her technique and style is simple. Recently, she has been making "dual portrayal" portraits in order to make her work "thought provoking" as well.
She specializes in traditional drawing in the categories of figure drawing, illustration and shading using graphite and charcoal as her main medium. She also likes to use different mediums as shown on her selective impressionistic pieces.
Through years of practice and explorations her artworks now revolves around realistic and impressionistic form.
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