Pencil Drawings

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Bert Menco, Jean Charles Duffaut, Bodo Gsedl, Jennifer M Feld, Nagy Oszkar, Nora Meyer, Trina Slade Burks, Joshua Goehring, Keith Thrash, Karen Wassmer, Zaher Bizri, Alison Dennis, Naimesh Patel, Elisha Sherman, David Pugliese, Holly Karnes, Oleg Lipchenko, Osloart Online Gallery offering original Pencil Drawings artworks.


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Jean Charles Duffaut: 'deep sleep', 2008 Pencil Drawing, Abstract.  will tell later ...
, 2008
Abstract - Drawing
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Jean Charles Duffaut: 'wedding dress', 2008 Pencil Drawing, Abstract.  will tell later ...
Abstract - Drawing
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Bodo Gsedl: 'Ngawang Jangchub', 2008 Pencil Drawing, Political.
Political - Drawing
7 x 7 cm (2.8 x 2.8 inches)
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Bodo Gsedl: 'Jigme Wangqen Wangdue', 2008 Pencil Drawing, Political.
Political - Drawing
7 x 7 cm (2.8 x 2.8 inches)
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Bodo Gsedl: 'Gyaltsen Kemae Schape', 2008 Pencil Drawing, People.   Portraits of 5 Tibetian monks and their fate * 5 Drawings, pencil, o 7 cm, 2008  ...
People - Drawing
7 x 7 cm (2.8 x 2.8 inches)
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Bodo Gsedl: 'Lhakpa Sonam Tsering', 2008 Pencil Drawing, Political.
Political - Drawing
7 x 7 cm (2.8 x 2.8 inches)
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Bodo Gsedl: 'Gedun Tubten Gyatso', 2008 Pencil Drawing, Political.
Political - Drawing
7 x 7 cm (2.8 x 2.8 inches)
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Jennifer M Feld: 'drawing 1', 2004 Pencil Drawing, Figurative.
, 2004
Figurative - Drawing
6 x 6 inches (15.2 x 15.2 cm)
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Nagy Oszkar: 'Hannah Arendt', 2008 Pencil Drawing, Portrait.
Portrait - Drawing
11 x 14 cm (4.3 x 5.5 inches)
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Nora Meyer: 'A Hard Days Night', 2008 Pencil Drawing, Still Life.  graphite pencil on paper ...
Still Life - Drawing
14 x 11 inches (35.6 x 27.9 cm)
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Nora Meyer: 'Dirty Job', 2008 Pencil Drawing, Interior.  graphite pencil on paper ...
, 2008
Interior - Drawing
13 x 13 inches (33.0 x 33.0 cm)
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Trina Slade Burks: 'Anger in Her Eyes', 2008 Pencil Drawing, Abstract Figurative.
Abstract Figurative - Drawing
13.8 x 10.6 inches (35.1 x 26.9 cm)
Joshua Goehring: 'Arabian Stallion', 2007 Pencil Drawing, Animals.  Original pencil on illustration board ...
Animals - Drawing
16 x 12 inches (40.6 x 30.5 cm)
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Joshua Goehring: '12th street station', 2008 Pencil Drawing, Beach.  Original colored pencil on illustration board artwork depicting the 12th street lifegaurd station on Miami Beach, FL. ...
Beach - Drawing
20 x 15 inches (50.8 x 38.1 cm)
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Keith Thrash: 'Vacant Lots in Winter', 2005 Pencil Drawing, Landscape.  The old train station on River Hill in Tuscaloosa, off Greensboro Avenue. ...
Landscape - Drawing
12 x 10 inches (30.5 x 25.4 cm)
Karen Wassmer: 'Inside out', 2008 Pencil Drawing, Undecided.  mixed, pen and graphite ...
, 2008
Undecided - Drawing
18 x 24 inches (45.7 x 61.0 cm)
Karen Wassmer: 'Higgs Particals', 2008 Pencil Drawing, Abstract.  Colored pencil, graphite.My view of the scientific
Abstract - Drawing
18 x 24 inches (45.7 x 61.0 cm)
Zaher Bizri: 'Composition 4', 2004 Pencil Drawing, Abstract.
Abstract - Drawing
28 x 18 cm (11.0 x 7.1 inches)
Nagy Oszkar: 'Father', 2008 Pencil Drawing, Portrait.
, 2008
Portrait - Drawing
11 x 14 inches (27.9 x 35.6 cm)
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Alison Dennis: 'PM', 2008 Pencil Drawing, Undecided.   10. 0 ...
, 2008
Undecided - Drawing
10 x 13 inches (25.4 x 33.0 cm)
Alison Dennis: 'Contemplation', 2008 Pencil Drawing, Undecided.   9. 0 ...
Undecided - Drawing
9 x 10 inches (22.9 x 25.4 cm)
Alison Dennis: 'Animalia', 2008 Pencil Drawing, Undecided.   9. 0 ...
, 2008
Undecided - Drawing
9 x 11 inches (22.9 x 27.9 cm)
Naimesh Patel: 'Bikini Babe', 2008 Pencil Drawing, People.  Sexy Bikini Babe posing on water ...
People - Drawing
9 x 13 inches (22.9 x 33.0 cm)
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Naimesh Patel: 'A Beauty', 2008 Pencil Drawing, Portrait.  A Stunning Beauty...
, 2008
Portrait - Drawing
9 x 13 inches (22.9 x 33.0 cm)
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Elisha Sherman: 'Mohegan Wolf', 2004 Pencil Drawing, Mystical.  Dedicated to the surviving Tribe and Peoples of Norwich, CT ...
Mystical - Drawing
17 x 11 inches (43.2 x 27.9 cm)
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David Pugliese: 'Duende Maestro', 2006 Pencil Drawing, Fantasy.
Fantasy - Drawing
50 x 35 cm (19.7 x 13.8 inches)
Holly Karnes: 'float', 2008 Pencil Drawing, Fantasy.  this is just a print of the original, contact me if you want the original, price will change for original...
, 2008
Fantasy - Drawing
8 x 11 inches (20.3 x 27.9 cm)
Oleg Lipchenko: 'Improvisation 9', 2001 Pencil Drawing, Surrealism.  The improvisation drawing begins from the random thought and continues following the process of thinking. Sometimes it stops, sometimes - bursts in several directions, leaving on paper lines, spots, images. Memories, something taken from books or movies become the matter of drawing. ...
Surrealism - Drawing
16 x 12 inches (40.6 x 30.5 cm)
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Osloart Online Gallery: 'No title 1', 2007 Pencil Drawing, Home.  OLIVERA PUDAR, 14x19 cm, pencil on paper  ...
, 2007
Home - Drawing
14 x 19 cm (5.5 x 7.5 inches)
Otto Rapp: 'Ctulhu Monuments', 1980 Pencil Drawing, Surrealism.  Overall size with mat and frame, image size is 18 x 24 inches ...
Surrealism - Drawing
24 x 32 inches (61.0 x 81.3 cm)
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    Bert Menco - Though they may seem simple, especially my drawings and intaglio prints but also my paintings are actually quite elaborate; half a year's work on an image is no exception for me. I draw directly or use small sketches, even doodles, as image-generating nuclei, often combining two or three that appear to complement each other. I rarely use concrete references, but rather work from inner visions. I tend to be narrative in my own art, perhaps poetic narrative. I don't see my images as telling a story but rather as reflections of inner feelings, similar to some poetry, and would like observers to read them as such. I like to believe that my work carries a certain mystery. My images are very much "inside out.aEUR? I have usually some idea of what I want to obtain, but much of the image is generated while I draw or paint. The end product always surprises me; I am often amazed that there even is an end product. Analyzing my own art is difficult but I think that the dreamlike images tend to deal with confined spaces which contain certain characters that reach out to one another but do not quite ...

    Bodo Gsedl - In my works - portraits of individuals, surroundings and music - my goal is to catch what can not be seen at a glance. What is behind the image of a person? How can I make music visible? My art has to be explored. There is always something behind the first impression. ...

    Nora Meyer - I paint what I feel, what I imagine, what I'm reminded of, what I see and live. Some times I take a classic and rethink it. Some times my drawings are of every day items and the appreciation of their souls and their quiet drama. I find beauty in the patterns of shadows, the light and the darkness, the forms created amongst another. ...

    Keith Thrash - ABOUT THE ARTIST: CLICK ON FURTHER INFO BELOW ARTISTS STATEMENT, LEFT, FOR FULL INFO, My pictures come from direct contact with nature, rather than from imagination or preoccupation with graphic design, and scenes are depicted approximately as they are, with an economy of effort and scant technical virtuosity. I record the landscape of West-Central Alabama with a loose, expressionist drawing style, using Chinese ink-and-brush techniques developed through contact with sumi-e master Koho in New York in 1997 and study of the "Mustard Seed Garden Manual of Chinese Painting" ("The Tao of Painting," Bollingen Books, also available as an out-of-print paperback titled "The Way of Chinese Painting"). My tonal range is based on photography's Zone System, and I learned fine-art photographic printing in 1976 from George Tice at Parsons School of Design in New York. A master photographic printer chosen to print archival negatives in the Museum of Modern Art's collection, his best work is collected in "Urban Landscapes" (1976), which he designed himself while taking a course in book design at the same school. I am greatly influenced by American watercolorist Charles Burchfield and by the Barbizon painters of mid-19th...

    Karen Wassmer - Whispering Angels(r) Art Studio by: Karen J. Wassmer These wall relief angel sculptures are comiled from old china and kitchen wares. China plates serve as a body or sometimes a halo for the head which has either a hand painted shell or wood carvedface. Forks, spoons, and various utensils represent arms and legs. All of these objects that the sculpture is created out of are from found objects, recycled materials and hand crafted carvings, paintings and metal work. Old, vintage textiles are used for additional accessories. Formally a Land Surveyor I learned through researching property deeds where old homesteads used to dump their glass and metal, and for years I collected these and in conjunction with other discarded glassware, metal and wood I found Whispering Angels were born. Without any formal art education my work is inspired from my own experiences. What I hope my art work brings to the viewer is a smile, a bit of wonderment, and joy. Each sculpture is unique as the hearts and emotions of each viewer. My efforts are to give unwanted materials a rebirth that awakens the angel in all of us. Sincerely, Karen J. Wassmer, Professional Artist, (c) Whispering Angels(r) Art Studio, 2002...

    Zaher Bizri - Zaher El-Bizri is a young Lebanese artist. He specializes in painting and mixed-media pictorial and plastic arts. He developed a refined expertise in watercolors, in oil paintings, charcoal drawing, and graphic design, with a highly skilled use of Information Technology tools besides classical artistic media. El-Bizri focuses principally on representational and pictorial depictions of everyday scenes and quotidian intimate public spaces, of diverse characters and portraits, while being particularly inspired by the Levantine Mediterranean cultural milieu, and primarily by the architecture of the medieval quarters of the ancient Lebanese port city of Sidon (Saida). His artistic endeavors explore the profound promising potentials that remain presently contained within classical styles in painting, as well as experimenting with abstract configurations in pictorial art. His artistic activities are also situated within urban places, and they act as inspirational catalysts for stimulating dynamic cultural practices in the public domain in the form of installations, sculptures, and series of murals. El-Bizri received his Diploma in Fine Arts (Beaux Arts) in 2000, from the Lebanese University in Beirut. His prolific artistic productions and creative works have been exhibited on a regular basis since 1998 in numerous prestigious art galleries and venues. He ...

    Elisha Sherman - My craft designs are elaborate with hidden objects or intricate designs waiting to be seen. Process is essential to my work and begins with the medium of paper. I use a unique form of decoupage working with handmade papers and an assemblage of found objects. I like symmetry in my work and often balance size, shape, and color with pattern, and texture. I love to have fun with my designs and enjoy working with clients to create custom pieces for their special occasions. I continue to create my work with exuberance as it is a nice respite from the constraints of formal teachings as the possibilities are endless in multimedia. The evolution of my line continues, as I am currently designing bottle cap art with genuine gemstones, handmade papers, and charms that can also be turned into necklaces. ...

    Oleg Lipchenko - What about an art? Probably I'm not an artist - just a musician without a voice. And what I'm using for singing - paint and canvas. It's pretty much like singing. Sing a song when you want, when it's singing itself, when your voice is just following the inner melody. That's an Art what I call it. . . . . . About an inspiration. Art is very personal thing. Artwork, being inspired of something, could touch or induce a personal response in someone, and who knows will it be related to the source inspiration. My latest works are primarily much more abstract, sometimes absolutely abstract. This character of my painting doesn't depend of what I like or what I don't like in art. I'm not a special fan of abtract art or realism, but I hate statements, programs and manifests in art. It goes as it goes, or at least it should. If you ask me what style or the direction my paintings belong to, the question doesn't make much sense to me. Directions and styles are just labels or stamps which help dealers to pack and sell art. I like such words as Realism, Surrealism, Abstract...

    Osloart Online Gallery - The idea behind OsloArt Gallery is that we want to make art available from all over the world for the Norwegian and the Scandinavian markets. Our goal is art <>. We see ourselves as <> between the artists and markets, presenting valuable art that you as an art lover would not likely experience were it not for our gallery. ...