Pointillism

by
Mark

Mark

Artist
and Illustrator

pointilism by Mark

What is it really like to have two younger sisters both very talented artists?

Yes, you could say they sent me dotty! But I am told I was already drawing people when I was one and half.
I suppose it was my sisters who were copying me that stimulated and pushed me forward.
Dinosaurs were my childhood speciality, you name it I could draw them! Fossils and detailed drawing I loved.
Judge Dread cartoon characters, animation, fine detailed patterns and pointillism.
Some of these detailed drawings I have spent 100 hours creating.
I studied graphic art at college have been in constant demand for projects for exhibition and design, for the creation of children`s cartoon characters and portraits and lecturing on the skill of pointillism.

I am in a position to undertake commissions.


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The following drawings have been created by Mark using Pointillism
PortraitDavid Bowie
Pointillism
(also known as divisionism) is a technique for producing graphics from dots.

It is classified as a Post-Impressionist (or Neo-Impressionist) school of drawing.

It is the product of the Societé des Artistes Independants in1884.

Artists using Pointillism as a style for their art work are:

David BowieDavid Bowie
Georges Seurat (1859-1891)
"A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte''

Paul Signac
"Sailing-boats in the Harbour at St. Tropez''

Henry Edmond Cross
Albert Dubois-Pillet
Maximilien Luce
Theo Van Rysselberghe

Camile Pissaro.

Fantasy Graphic (Not using Pointilism)

A fantasy picture
by
Mark
(Not using Pointillism)

George Harrison

The basic foundation for Pointillism, "simple dots'', are used to portray complex subject matter.


E-mail: Mark

Fairy Art
Fairiesworld.Com home page
Animal Drawings by Michell
Michell - Artist and Illustrator

Wikipedia on Pointillism

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pointillism


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