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Japanese artist Shinichi Maruyama working on his "Kusho" series, which represents the interplay of black ink and water, both in midair and on white surfaces.

Contemporary Drawing Practices: Broom Drawings

Ensō (円相) is a Japanese word meaning "circle" and a concept strongly associated with Zen. Ensō is one of the most common subjects of Japanese calligraphy

by john batho

John Batho, photo from his Present and Absent series of black and white pieces (Présents et Absents, c.

Jackson Pollack. Studio.

Miniature Sculptures of Iconic Artists In Their Studios by Joe Fig. Joe Fig is an American painter and sculptor who began exploring artists’ working method

Love of Art.

French artist Fabienne Verdier & one of her giant paintbrushes. via artist run website

Brice Marden drawing with stick

American artist Brice Marden at work creating his brush stroke with a wooden stick. via explorations in art

Shinichi Maruyama présente Water Sculptures et Kusho - Journal du Design

Shinichi Maruyama présente Water Sculptures et Kusho

HENRI MATISSE - Chapelle du Rosaire de Vence

Robert Capa Henri Matisse drawing with a bamboo pole tipped with charcoal. Cimiez (Nice), France, August Posted by Juan Lema Posada

Yayoi Kusama

self-obliteration by dots /detail/ 1968 yayoi kusama performance documented with black/white photographs by hal reif

If you had power, power beyond anything you could ever imagine, what would you use it for? Because power like that... it can corrupt you, drive you mad.

Floating portraits with echoes of powder, what’s not to like in this series by Geraldine Lamanna? Powder Dance - Inspiring Levitation Photos by Geraldine Lamanna

CLICK HERE TO SEE MY DANCE VIDEO https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pa8aQ6lbFVI&list=UU5aZcnENUCSEmuidWQ90trw

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