How Artists Make Their “Mark”

How Artists Make Their “Mark”
Artwork from “Mark,” including Sin of Innocence by Elaine Qiu A flash of charcoal, crumbling its way across the paper. A splash of watercolor, bleeding into unpredictable shapes. Or a blast of spray paint, making its statement on a brick wall. A mark represents a moment in time, recorded by the artist using any number of tools. Below, you’ll see marks created by a 3D pen, a camera, ceramic glaze, and rust. All these artists, artworks, and statements are in The Art League’s September exhibit, “Mark,” juried by Charles Jean-Pierre. ... Read More
Published on Wednesday, September 13, 2017By The Art League
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