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  1. Denis Chernov, 1978 | Figurative painter Denis Chernov was born in Sambir, Lviv province, Ukraine. He lives and works in Kharkiv after graduating from Kharkiv Art College, in 1998, Kharkiv State Academy of Design and Arts (Chair of Graphic Art), in 2004. He regularly participates in artistic exhibitions, both in Ukraine and abroad. Most of Denis Chernov’s artworks are kept in private collections in Ukraine, Russia, Italy, England, Spain, Greece, France, USA, Canada and Japan. Some works have been sold at 'Christie's. He works in a wide range of graphic and painting techniques, though his favorite is pencil drawing, which covers such as landscape, portrait, figure, genre compositions, book illustration, literary and historic reconstructions and fantasy. In 2004-2006 he held a studying workshop at Kharkiv Art College, at present he is a lecturer in drawing at Kharkiv State Academy of Design and Arts. Since 1998, has taken part in numerous research studies and conferences in aesthetics and philosophy, at the same time fruitfully participating in art shows. Since 2006, he is one of the co-founders of an artistic society “INSIGHT”. 2008 - member of All-Ukrainian Union of Artists. Denis Chernov was awarded the medal “Talent and Vocation” by the “Peacemaker” Worldwide Alliance. International 2008/2009 ARC Salon, the Third Place & Honorable mention - Drawing Category. FOR MORE SUCH ARTWORKS & ARTISTS FOLLOW SUJITH PUTHRAN
  2. Reflection - Graphite & Charcoal

    Reflection Graphite & Charcoal on Paper facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/sujithputhranartist artbyte address: AbcixgYXTTbXd2pgQhwhiYzKcpRFm2fcm4
  3. Waterline: Pejac Unveils New Drawings to Be Exhibited in a Floating Gallery on Paris’ Seine River Continuously secretive and unexpected when it comes to revealing his projects, Pejac (previously) once again surprised the art world by announcing an upcoming self-produced pop-up solo exhibition in Paris. Roughly a year since his last showing at an old gondola workshop on the canals of Venice, and a month since his surprise visit to NYC, the Spanish artist just announced this new show titled Waterline. To exhibit this selection of new work, Pejac found an old péniche boat that will be transformed into an unconventional floating art gallery from June 20-24th, 2018. Moored right next to Notre-Dame cathedral, this vintage vessel will host his most intimate show to date, presenting a large series of accomplished studio drawings. Works on paper are a crucial part of Pejac’s creative process and are usually the first step toward large public interventions or canvases, but are truly artworks in their own right. By showcasing previously unseen works, Waterline will grant the most direct look at the unmediated stage of the artist’s practice. Created mostly with charcoal or pencil on paper, these images are the early stages of concepts we’ve already seen turn into large pieces, or might still evolve into their final versions. Poetic and despairing, these striking pictures propose an unconventional future focused on the ways in which humans treat resources and the environment, as well as current socio-political issues and “modern society” values. You can see more of Pejac’s recent work on Instagram. For more such Artworks and Artists' follow SUJITH PUTHRAN
  4. Graphite Master of Italy

    Diego Fazio, also known as artist DiegoKoi, was born in Lamezia Terme, Italy in 1989. He enters the world of art as a self-taught artist, who quickly developed a precise and refined technique. He began by drawing the Koi, a variety of carp from ancient China that was introduced to Japan. The Koi carp, in Japanese popular culture, is a symbol of love and friendship. In China, legend tells of a courageous and perseverant carp that managed to climb the waterfalls located at Dragon Gate, overcoming obstacles and evil spirits. The gods, impressed by its courage, transformed the carp into a dragon. Eventually, the carp became the symbol of those who aspire to do great things and are not afraid to face adversity. The young artist was fascinated with this carp and decided to include the word “Koi” in his name, which helped him find the motivation and the strength to continue on his journey, initially focusing on the eyes and faces of his subjects. DiegoKoi's art, at first concentrated on drawings of Japanese style tattoos but over time as he developed his technique and rediscovered the delicacy and beauty of shading, set aside the coarse features of tattoos and focused on hyperrealism. As he developed, he turned his focus on drawing the human form, while giving it his own personal touch, which is expressed within each subject through carefully crafted lines that give rise to elastic, compact figures and are supported by the shading and imagination of the artist. This technique transforms the work into a mixture of real and unreal. DiegoKoi's ability to perceive the many shades of chiaroscuro, influences the artist to create contrasts, which touch the audience's soul. He begins with the enhancement of feminine traits, bringing out the psyche of women through their eyes and folds of their faces, leaving the viewer to investigate the silent emotions being expressed. Next, he focuses on exposing faces that seem to scream with the despair and anger of present day society. With his unique ability and the characteristic elements of his technique, Diegokoi was able to make himself known in many areas of his native country. He has displayed his works at several exhibitions and has gained the recognition of "Audience Award Best Artist NonFermarti 2011" and "Award painting section NonFermarti 2011" that was accepted in person in the province of Cosenza at the artistic event NonFermarti 2011. In March 2012, among approximately 7000 participants from around the world, DiegoKoi was nominated for "International Art Award Laguna of Venice 2012" with his work "Sentenza". In the same year, he was nominated and was a finalist of one of the most prestigious awards in Italy, the "Cairo Award" of Milan, with his work "Raptus". The beginning of 2013 coincided with DiegoKoi's media explosion, as he won the emerging artist award at the international contest "Limen" of Vibo Valentia with his work " Luccicanza ". On January 25th, 2013, he launched his first international exhibition, entitled "Sensations" (which is the name of his most famous work), in Singapore, at the prestigious international gallery Raffian Art (Singapore/ Russia/ Israel). On May 21th , 2013, DiegoKoi participated in "Wonder Works" in Hong Kong edited by "The cat street gallery" on Hollywood Road. In June 2013, he participated in his first action painting in Milan, at the historic store, Crespi and in August 2013, he performed in another action painting in Lucerne, Switzerland. Subsequently, on November 7th 2013, through the association " Sanado Heridas A.C" several of DiegoKoi's works were donated to a charity auction to help disadvantaged children in Mexico. On November 15th 2013, Diegokoi participated in person at another charity auction, at the court of Prince Albert of Monaco with his wife Princess Charlene, for the association "Monaa against autism", founded by the Princess, to help children suffering from autism. On November 30th 2013, DiegoKoi's exhibition launched at the Italian gallery "BeCause Art Space", attended by numerous fans. To launch a new year in his career, on January 11th 2014, DiegoKoi participated in a collective exhibition at the renowned gallery "Jonathan Levine Gallery" and most recently, on May 17th 2014, DiegoKoi participated in an action painting in Florence at the "Lory Art store".
  5. From the album Bob's drawing album

    A pencil drawing of the late Kurt Cobain (February 20, 1967 – April 5, 1994) he was an American singer, musician, guitarist, performer, songwriter and poet with the band Nirvana they where key players in the music scene around Seattle music scene falling into the grunge genre. .
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