Monday, September 23, 2013

Lady on the Terrace

Posted by Maya VanZanten at 6:09 PM 0 comments

Lady on the Terrace, made by Henri Matisse, was painted in 1907 in France.

I personally love this painting because of it's expressed style. The woman is casually looking towards the water, as boats sail by. She is dressed in a neat outfit, which to me a prime factor of this painting.

I changed it up a bit with the colors of the sky and other objects, because it is good to make something different.

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

The Scream, Remade

Posted by Maya VanZanten at 2:10 PM 0 comments

Well, this is the painting I drew yesterday, but only 10 times better. I mean, it has my face on it. 
Like what.

I really enjoy drawing things like these, because it is just really goofy and I love being able to spend time doing something that I never really thought I would take an interest in.

If you haven't been on this blog before, make sure you scroll down to see my version compared to the original version of The Scream, and also my version of the Mona Lisa.

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

The Scream by Edvard Munch

Posted by Maya VanZanten at 10:00 AM 0 comments
If you think my Mona Lisa Contour Drawing, that I posted yesterday, was good, than take a look at this one.
The scream by Edvard Munch was painted in 1985. Here is the original:
Mine is obviously better, since I painted a beautiful masterpiece. 
Okay, I admit, I'm exaggerating. 
But still.

Monday, September 16, 2013

Wining & Dining with the Mona Lisa

Posted by Maya VanZanten at 9:20 AM 0 comments
Imagine being in a different country, lets say our setting is at a little restaurant in Cappadocia, Turkey. You're relaxing in the afternoon, sipping your wine and gazing into the beautiful horizon. You happen to notice the Mona Lisa, of all people, sitting two tables away, also gazing. Would you get up and talk to her? Would you ask her about her painting? Would you take pictures with her? I know I would!

This piece of art (the Mona Lisa was drawn by me, the background was added) takes place at hotel called Argos in Cappadocia. Above, Mona Lisa is seen "Wining & Dining." I love this background especially because my family is big on traveling (and big on wine).

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