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The work of artists that I most admire is, more often than not... abstract. There is something about the freedom of brush/pencil strokes that I can easily fall in love with. My own work, by comparison, is usually much more planned and precise in its execution.

'The Muse Sessions' is designed to get away from being so precious about my work and trying to loosen up a bit. It's more about Eccentricity than it is about 'Ordnung'. And I'm putting it out there for (hopefully) others to fall in love with :)

Oil & Pencil on a 300gsm fine art paper.

Materials used:

Oil Paint and Pencil

Tags:
#nude #oilpainting #reds #sepia #pencildrawing 
The Muse Sessions #30 (2018)
Oil painting
by Mike Nicoll

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The work of artists that I most admire is, more often than not... abstract. There is something about the freedom of brush/pencil strokes that I can easily fall in love with. My own work, by comparison, is usually much more planned and precise in its execution.

'The Muse Sessions' is designed to get away from being so precious about my work and trying to loosen up a bit. It's more about Eccentricity than it is about 'Ordnung'. And I'm putting it out there for (hopefully) others to fall in love with :)

Oil & Pencil on a 300gsm fine art paper.

Materials used:

Oil Paint and Pencil

Tags:
#nude #oilpainting #reds #sepia #pencildrawing 
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Art has always been a part of me. I vaguely remember the colouring books of my infancy in Switzerland; later, in Edinburgh, those books were substituted for my father's architectural... Read more

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