ashley. 23. single. massachusetts.
art student and avid movie geek.

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"self portrait"
Thursday, October 24, 2013
Finished self-portrait.
Graphite and pastel on toned paper.

Finished self-portrait.
Graphite and pastel on toned paper.

Another self-portrait for homework. Graphite on toned paper. Still working on it.

Another self-portrait for homework. Graphite on toned paper. Still working on it.

Thursday, October 10, 2013
Halloween self-portrait for drawing class.
In-progress, graphite on toned paper.

Halloween self-portrait for drawing class.

In-progress, graphite on toned paper.

Tuesday, November 20, 2012
german-expressionists:

Egon Schiele, Hindering the Artist is a Crime, It is Murdering Life in the Bud, 1912
(Egon Schiele was arrested in 1912 for seducing and abducting an underage girl. However, when police searched his studio, they found hundreds of Schiele’s erotic drawings. They confiscated the drawings and eventually, the charges of seduction were dropped and Schiele was instead charged with displaying erotic drawings in a place accessable to children (his studio was somewhat of a hangout place for all the children in town). He was only sentenced to three days in prison after the 21 days he had spent in custody were taken into account. At his trial, the judge burned one of his drawings over a candle. While Schiele was in jail, he created a series of 12 paintings, all with self pitying and rather overly dramatic titles, such as the one shown above)

german-expressionists:

Egon Schiele, Hindering the Artist is a Crime, It is Murdering Life in the Bud, 1912

(Egon Schiele was arrested in 1912 for seducing and abducting an underage girl. However, when police searched his studio, they found hundreds of Schiele’s erotic drawings. They confiscated the drawings and eventually, the charges of seduction were dropped and Schiele was instead charged with displaying erotic drawings in a place accessable to children (his studio was somewhat of a hangout place for all the children in town). He was only sentenced to three days in prison after the 21 days he had spent in custody were taken into account. At his trial, the judge burned one of his drawings over a candle. While Schiele was in jail, he created a series of 12 paintings, all with self pitying and rather overly dramatic titles, such as the one shown above)

Thursday, February 16, 2012
progress, kind of!

progress, kind of!

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