American Masters Group Exhibition
About Sergio Lopez
North Bay Area based Fine Artist Sergio Lopez. Oil paintings, gouache paintings, plein air paintings, and charcoal drawings. http://www.themainloop.com
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I was lost in the multiverse between Sigil and my own brainshit
Here’s one of my last picture, hope you’ll enjoying this.
and adding that i got a new tumblr (new is not the word but you’ll understand :p)
happy christmas etc …
take care bros’ and sis’
I’m thrilled to be back for the 2nd invite to this show by my good friend Rodrigo Luff who is co-curating the Moleskine Project #3 show with Spoke Art Gallery in San Francisco. Last year’s show was a hit, and I ended up selling my pieces from last year, so I’m glad to have something new to show here. This new piece is a study for “Parhelia,” a painting I am planning on working on for an upcoming show. I am excited to work on some new paintings for the Natural Patterns series that I set aside for a while. I am moving into new ways to create the texture to make it more exciting to me and dynamic to the viewer as well. I hope you stay with me as I push these series to evolution.
I took some progress shots along the way. This was pretty much done with Prismacolor Col-Erase pencils and Verithins.
The finished drawing before I sprayed it with GAC100 to seal it.
A detail of the face.
Started to paint over it with acrylic. A pretty limited primary palette.
Here is the finished painting. I will get a photo of it framed at the opening reception.
If you are in the SF Bay Area and want to see everyone else’s pieces, come by this Thursday to Spoke Art. The show begins at 6pm and ends at 10pm. Check out the line up!
I will update this post after the show. Hope to see you there.
Did this one while on a 3-week cross-Canada Tatt…tour?
I'm Nomi Chi. I draw things, I do tattoos, and I eat lots of bacon. www.nomi-chi.com www.tattoo-vancouver.com
time to show a project I have been working on recently and just finished for an exhibition/event in Tokyo, last Friday. This project was done in conjunction with the Kamishibai Bunkasuishin Kyougikai, the society for distribution of Kamishibai. Kamishibai is a japanese original type of story-telling, where a narrator will tell a story with the help of illustrated boards. Yuki Onna (The Snow-Woman) is a japanese ghost-story about a young woodcutter meeting a snow-ghost during a nightly snowstorm. The version used for these illustrations is by Lafcadio Hearn published in Kwaidan: Stories and Studies of Strange Things. You can, if you like, read the ghost-story Yuki Onna in English here. All in all 13 illustrations, which would be shown shown one by one during an actual Kamishibai narration. All work done 100% in Manga Studio/Clip Studio Paint, original size is slightly smaller than A3. Enjoy~
I am an illustrator, currently living, working and studying in Kyoto, Japan. Feel free to drop by my homepage, if you want to know more about me or my work! Thank you.