Charcoal Drawings

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Emilio Merlina, Donna Gallant, George Oommen, Guy Octaaf Moreaux, Edgar Bonne, Sangeetha Bansal, Michael Garr, Luise Andersen, Paul Freeman, Kyle Foster, Marcia Freedman offering original Charcoal Drawings artworks.


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Emilio Merlina: 'curious angel', 2018 Charcoal Drawing, Fantasy. canvas...
Fantasy - Drawing
70 x 90 cm (27.6 x 35.4 inches)
Emilio Merlina: 'the whisper', 2018 Charcoal Drawing, Fantasy. canvas...
Fantasy - Drawing
36 x 47 cm (14.2 x 18.5 inches)
Emilio Merlina: 'the queen is back', 2018 Charcoal Drawing, Fantasy. canvas...
Fantasy - Drawing
55 x 40 cm (21.7 x 15.7 inches)
Emilio Merlina: 'the announcement', 2018 Charcoal Drawing, Fantasy. canvas...
Fantasy - Drawing
51 x 43 cm (20.1 x 16.9 inches)
Donna Gallant: 'cottage', 2016 Charcoal Drawing, Landscape. A strong sense of fantasy is portrayed in this cute little country cottage. ...
, 2016
Landscape - Drawing
12 x 9 inches (30.5 x 22.9 cm)
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George Oommen: 'my singing bowls', 2017 Charcoal Drawing, Abstract.
Abstract - Drawing
24 x 20 inches (61.0 x 50.8 cm)
Guy Octaaf Moreaux: 'langtang nepal', 2016 Charcoal Drawing, Landscape. Langtang, the impressive mountains of the Himalayas. Nature looks so romantic and peacefully beautiful but ithidesdangerous aspects which we, the humans, do not see or want to see. These mountains are linked to the drama which unfolded there, 6 days after I had left Nepal. Following the earthquake a huge ...
Landscape - Drawing
100 x 50 cm (39.4 x 19.7 inches)
Edgar Bonne: 'manus', 2017 Charcoal Drawing, Portrait.
, 2017
Portrait - Drawing
93 x 140 cm (36.6 x 55.1 inches)
Sangeetha Bansal: 'Basking in light', 2015 Charcoal Drawing, nature.  Original charcoal art of a woman basking in sunlight. ...
nature - Drawing
11 x 17 inches (27.9 x 43.2 cm)
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Sangeetha Bansal: 'Mother nature', 2012 Charcoal Drawing, nature.  Charcoal art of mother nature. She is depicted in all her glory with mountains and waterfalls. She has a dove in her hand and is advocating peace and joy. nature, mother, peace, joy, love, waterfall, mountains, sky, water, dove ...
nature - Drawing
11 x 17 inches (27.9 x 43.2 cm)
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Sangeetha Bansal: 'Shadows of past', 2015 Charcoal Drawing, People.  Charcoal art of a mysterious veiled woman surrounded by shadows of her past. They have come back to haunt her present and she is trying to hide from them. ...
People - Drawing
12 x 16 inches (30.5 x 40.6 cm)
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Sangeetha Bansal: 'Between devil and the deep sea', 2015 Charcoal Drawing, People.  Charcoal art of a woman caught on a crossroad between conflicting priorities. Both the paths ahead are dangerous and she cant decide where to go. ...
People - Drawing
11 x 17 inches (27.9 x 43.2 cm)
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Michael Garr: 'Montreal', 2014 Charcoal Drawing, Cityscape. Quick plein air sketch ...
, 2014
Cityscape - Drawing
13 x 18 inches (33.0 x 45.7 cm)
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Guy Octaaf Moreaux: 'Les Fagnes in winter', 2015 Charcoal Drawing, Landscape.  Les Fagnes is a high plateau in eastern Belgium, a very big nature reserve where I love to do cross country skying. The leaden snow filled sky with the pure white snow on the ground, the silence. . . a wonderful memory. I wish I could write a haiku poem about the...
Landscape - Drawing
97 x 146 cm (38.2 x 57.5 inches)
Guy Octaaf Moreaux: 'Nahuel Huapi 2', 2015 Charcoal Drawing, nature.  Nahuel Huapi is a wonderful lake in Patagonia close to the chilean border. I made a trek there from refuge to refuge, what an experience, so much unspoiled nature.Acrylic paint, charcoal and oil pastels. ...
nature - Drawing
160 x 100 cm (63.0 x 39.4 inches)
Luise Andersen: 'Drawing IV  Words DETAIL JULY 24 2014', 2014 Charcoal Drawing, Abstract.
Abstract - Drawing
18 x 24 inches (45.7 x 61.0 cm)
Luise Andersen: 'extreme Mignon c   DRAWING  I July 16 20147', 2014 Charcoal Drawing, Abstract.  pictures taken in West Room, hazy morning- - drew July 16,2014-  with compressed chalk. . some of darkest lines in hair are black soft pastel.video clip with imagery and introduction : Luise H Andersen/ Facebook ...
Abstract - Drawing
18 x 24 inches (45.7 x 61.0 cm)
Luise Andersen: 'Friends  On ONE II', 2014 Charcoal Drawing, Abstract.
Abstract - Drawing
12 x 18 inches (30.5 x 45.7 cm)
Luise Andersen: 'Friends  On ONE I', 2014 Charcoal Drawing, Abstract.
Abstract - Drawing
12 x 18 inches (30.5 x 45.7 cm)
Michael Garr: 'Two Sketches at Galilee', 2013 Charcoal Drawing, Marine.      Plein air drawing November 11 2013  ...
Marine - Drawing
28 x 11 inches (71.1 x 27.9 cm)
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Michael Garr: 'Pt Judith Harbor of Refuge', 2013 Charcoal Drawing, Marine.     Plein air drawing October 9 2013 ...
Marine - Drawing
14 x 11 inches (35.6 x 27.9 cm)
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Michael Garr: 'Towers of an evening', 2013 Charcoal Drawing, Scenic.
Scenic - Drawing
14 x 11 inches (35.6 x 27.9 cm)
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Guy Octaaf Moreaux: 'Knotty willows', 2009 Charcoal Drawing, Trees.  Knotty willows are common in Belgium. this one is snowed on. Regularly one has to cut the branches, this way it grows longer and from there the formation of knots. ...
Trees - Drawing
100 x 80 cm (39.4 x 31.5 inches)
Paul Freeman: 'Violinist Brother', 1990 Charcoal Drawing, Undecided.
Undecided - Drawing
30 x 42 cm (11.8 x 16.5 inches)
Kyle Foster: 'Sisters Embrace', 2004 Charcoal Drawing, Figurative.
Figurative - Drawing
35 x 30 inches (88.9 x 76.2 cm)
Kyle Foster: 'Fells Point Reader', 2008 Charcoal Drawing, Figurative.
Figurative - Drawing
19 x 25 inches (48.3 x 63.5 cm)
Kyle Foster: 'Saturday Night at the Lounge', 2002 Charcoal Drawing, Music.
Music - Drawing
20 x 26 inches (50.8 x 66.0 cm)
Marcia Freedman: 'Connecting Places', 2007 Charcoal Drawing, Abstract.  Connecting Places is an abstract drawing whose imagery is informed by organic forms found within the body....
Abstract - Drawing
56 x 48 inches (142.2 x 121.9 cm)
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Kyle Foster: 'Jive', 2002 Charcoal Drawing, Figurative.
, 2002
Figurative - Drawing
19 x 25 inches (48.3 x 63.5 cm)
Lucille Rella: 'Body in Motion', 2005 Charcoal Drawing, Figurative.
Figurative - Drawing
18 x 24 inches (45.7 x 61.0 cm)
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    Emilio Merlina - I was born in 1950 in the North East of Italy from a polish mother and a sicilian father. I toured the world until I was 35, then I returned to Italy and picked up again my old passion painting and sculpture. As for myself, I can only say thoughts and paintings, paintings and thoughts. Everything maybe useless, however everything is life. i?1/2The human being leaves its signs, graffiti, indian dreams and imagination. Now I only have left a few more possibilities to express the colors which are not. Only the sign, scratched, angry or brushed is the witness. The sign has passed from there and there it has lived.i?1/2 Emilio Merlina Some hear if a door opens Others hear a latch which opens or closes Others more they hear the Angel when he turns over a page of the Great Book From the novel Missa Sine Nomine By Ernst Wiechert I have words which relegate my hunger And the hunger which owns my body but which do not confine them I have words which are both my confined hunger and body By the Italian poetess Paola Lovisolo ...

    Donna Gallant - Art is a daily routine in my life. I see, hear, taste, feel and smell the life that surrounds me and I am inspired by the simplest aspects of this world. Whether it be the way the light hits an object or the way objects or forms move in space. I find it all so fascinating and alive. I try to portray these experiences and expressions through my art making....

    George Oommen - George Oommen: The Image as the key Born in Munnar, Kerala, India, and educated in India, Mexico, and the United States, George Oommen continues to derive artistic inspiration from the lush green landscapes of his homeland. Every winter, Oommen visits Mankotta, a small island in the inland waters of Kerala in southwestern India, ten miles from Oommen's ancestral home. The weeks spent there fuel his painting year round. What follows is a series of questions and answers by Oommen about his work. The conversation took place over a series of days but reflects a lifetime of thinking about the meaning of his art. Q: What is the goal of your art? What inspires and motivates you as an artist? A: My painting is fundamentally about communicating what I see in my mind's eye. While verbal expression is the predominant form of communication, from early childhood, I have had a facility with visual expression. Painting is my vehicle for this. The specific goal of my art changes with each series I embark upon, but the general objective is always to transfer the image in my mind to the canvas There are many sources of inspiration for me--it could ...

    Guy Octaaf Moreaux - The end of August will see me move back to Brussels, Belgium. The three years I spent in Kenya have been super interesting and moved me to paint my african impressions. I feel privileged to have learned so much of this wonderful part of the world which was quite foreign to me before. Life is full of emotions about people, nature, things etc...and leaving Kenya will be hard indeed. One of the biggest luxuries in life, is to live surrounded by beauty. This is what I am trying to do. And yes one can see beauty everywhere...it is a state of mind. Harmony is an integral part of beauty, this is what I am trying to convey in my work. It is indeed a necessity for me to create. It has always been this way for as far as I can remember. Not creating makes me feel empty and unfulfilled. In every day life it pervades all my actions, from cooking to finding different places to visit, walk, etc....Have a look at the furniture I created lower in my portfolio. The architects who sold my furniture were the first ones to sell my paintings. For painting, nature ...

    Edgar Bonne - My art practice has its currency deep in the post-modern age, yet flirting in the modernist manner with colour field, and somewhat entrenched in the abstract expressionist approach to deliver what I am about. I paint to elicit and evoke a reaction from the viewer, whatever, some distant memories, and some lost feelings that may be deeply entrenched, but have perhaps been kept subordinate by the passage of time. However, by contemplating and letting go, one begins to comprehend the work and become one with the work. In my painting, I work with abstraction; pulling and pushing the paint to achieve desired results. I paint in a gestural manner; always arranging and scratching if required on different planes that overlap one another and blend into real shapes to create a world of mystery and sensuality from past memories and journeys. This visceral emotional reaction to something in my work comes from somewhere deep within, and it can empathize to the inner recess of each person... My work is intuitive; colour and gestural strokes are the language that I use to express those responses. It is the interaction of colour and gesture that drive me. It is the colour and...

    Sangeetha Bansal - I am a self taught artist, Public health dentist, a trained Indian classical dancer and love to express myself through my dance and art. I enjoy travel and have lived in different countries. During the course of my travels and work, I have had the privilege of interfacing with people across all levels of society, specially with women. I have heard their many stories. I have heard of their struggles, their joys, their beliefs, their love, their superstitions..and I have wanted to shareable of this. So, my work provides an emotional window to this beautiful creation - woman and is an ode to her. aEUR
    Michael Garr - I have been drawing and painting since Junior High. I enjoy quick art, impressionistic yet realistic, and minimal. There are interesting subjects all around us. My inspirations are architecture, people, light and shadow, the sea and boats, imagination... and the old masters. Get out and enjoy your surroundings. All my works are available as signed and numbered prints. I also do commission works, some examples of which are in the portfolio. I donate all proceeds to charity (I have a day job). My opportunities for artistic expression have included drawing on napkins during airplane rides and waiting during my sons' music lessons. In 2012 I took up oil painting for the first time, and my mentor is Lorena Pugh of North Kingstown. I've done both Plein air and studio work in her presence, and am benefitting from the association. We have an informal group who meet and paint in Lorena's studio on Monday nights throughout the indoor season. I will continue to pursue art on a daily basis, and post the finished works here and on facebook for any and all to peruse. In 2003, I legally changed my name back to my original name, Michael Garr, so ...

    Luise Andersen - Luise'Mignon' Andersen Luise'Mignon' Andersen has only recently begun to reveal her lifes work. Soon after her debut she exploded onto the mainstream art world. Her breathtaking pieces have captured international interest. The stories Luise'Mignon' is telling through her truly deep, layered works seem to decipher the past and foretell the future, perhaps sharing her window to other dimensions and a seventh sense. Her detailed acrylic'Mignon' series speaks to the beholder. They inspire raw emotion and ignite ones imagination. The indescribable nature of the "Duree De Ma Vie" in particular has a growing portion of the art community considering it the conception of an entirely new style. By Maxi c)2006 Guided Through Inner Mind- Intuition- Mental Imagery- I Create The Final Of What I Am Consciously Not Aware Of.. That I Want...... Need... With Each Completed Painting... Eye Of Core Gains a Glimpse Of My Tomorrow.... c) LA I crave.. painting...drawing... sculpting... writing... Like re-inventing my life... my purpose... myself.. .Gives me a direction.. the courage to look at myself ..and find'ME' there... At least for the duration of creating.. ....and once I collect these shards of my core within colors, shapes... form...

    Paul Freeman - I am an artist working in ceramic and metal on a small scale of size. The works are lyrical and convey an interest in the benevolent character of human beings. The morality of the represented people conveys a feeling of pleasant engagement. I am inspired by people's everyday interactions, the good attitude that keeps society running. There is nothing that people of goodwill cannot resolve. I also paint and do computer art and have a degree in Master of Studio Art from Sydney College of the Arts (University of Sydney)....

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    Marcia Freedman - My art process is part of the contemporary cultural dialogue, observing and commenting on events and things that already exist. I use organic forms found within landscape or the human body as a source. My work is based on visceral reactions based on the fluidity of life and changes that occur in the body due to the effects of genetics and/or the environment. Images of pods, organs, body parts, rocks and cellular forms deteriorate into abstract images conjuring up complex associations, perceptions and emotions connected to the human condition. Source materials are processed so that multiple readings are investigated. Abstract evolving imagery gives insight into the possibilities of processes both artistic and intellectual. The paintings integrate the personal and memory with organic objects exploring science with nature and the potential they present for investigating new ideas to describe the life cycle. They become a metaphor for internal landscapes and external perceptions but on a wider scale transcend the individual to a broader one, open to further interpretations. Original forms are fragmented, deconstructed, fractured and reconfigured into abstract forms as the creative process dictates the way. The physicality of the paint joined with resultant symbols is a narrative or dialogue ...