There is always so much beautiful work that is created in color that it sometimes overshadows the incredible work that is created in black and white. the following post is a shout out to all the artists at South B that are focusing on line and value.
Above: This is an engraving, scratched out of plastic and run through the print roller thingy. Yes, that rolly thingy serves a purpose besides crushing crayons.
Pencil drawing with both some nice line as well as shading being added.
This work was probably created as a sketch for a future color piece but there enough good stuff going on to stand alone.
This drawing (still in progress) is part of a concentration work about answering questions. The question was, what would you keep or change about yourself?
This is another engraving. the artists swapped out the faces of Mount Rushmore for the students in her art class. This is a photo of the plastic sheet, not the final printing.
its a drawing of an apple. Only one apple. not like that book where the art teacher makes the students draw an apple every day for a hundred days. I would never do that ;)
Stencil of a wolf, spray paint on paper.
Art of South B
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