Two women walking in the desert sand storm. This charcoal drawing has fluent bold, decisive charcoal strokes to show the motion of the body and the wind. It's full of mystery and energy.
"Drawing is the honesty of the art. There is no possibility of cheating. It is either good or bad." - Salvador Dali
Why simple black and white drawings? Drawings are less polished, perhaps. They have less of the richness of color and the designed compositions meant for public display. But they reveal more of the artist's first thoughts and hesitations, or the lack of. They are raw and private.
Using drawings as wall art is definitely a statement, but not a risky choice. They go well with any color and any decor, modern or traditional.They never go out of style.
This archival giclee print is printed on 100% cotton fiber, acid and lignin free Fine Art Cold press paper with archival ink. It has a museum quality appearance.
Hand-signed by the artist.
Prints are sold unmatted and UNFRAMED. They are wrapped in acid-free white tissue paper and mailed flat in a stiff photo mailer.
Print Size - 8" x 10"
Item Number - M1204
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