//Day 15 - Weak😢\\
This one's about a young witch venturing out into the forbidden unknown where she is greeted by a power greater than she's ever seen. Her knowledge of spells is so minute that even her strongest won't cause significant damage... #inktober#inktober2018
Heh, I just needed an excuse to draw at least one witch this month :P And as you can see, I just gave up on feet today. We'll just pretend she's stuck in mud or something, okay?
More cemetery symbolism for @themartinchicago marketplace this Saturday!
A veil draped urn is a Victorian nod to classical cremation. The veil is both a protective shroud and a representation of the separation between the living and the dead.
Two clasped hands are often used for couple's tombstones, placed horizontally to represent unity in death and arranged vertically to show the tie of the spouse who had passed to the one left behind.
Sheaves of wheat is a reference to the Grim Reaper. Oftentimes represents a full life that was taken at just the right time.
‘He wanted the perfect setting for his paintings.’⠀
Award-winning architect Jim Olson talks about designing An American Place, Barney Ebsworth’s Seattle home, which houses his collection of American Modernist masterpieces.⠀
The project was ‘like taking a college course in 20th-century American art,’ says the architect.⠀
‘Barney was so proud of his collection, it was like an extension of his personality.’⠀
An American Place | The Barney A. Ebsworth Collection – 13 & 14 November at Christie’s New York.⠀
this lovely lady is @gianninaoteto! ✨Also—thank you guys so much for 40K, I’m so grateful and happy to have so much support here!💕 I’m working on an event soon so stay tuned;) do you guys have a preference for what kind of event I should do—draw in your style, feature, etc?