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Half Man, Half Machine!

Contributed by Quentrez George

So realistic! It's flawless!

Contributed by Quentrez George

I'm amazed every time I look at this. He did it like it was nothing! Dude has stunning talent!

Contributed by Quentrez George


This was done with charcoal. It's another self-portrait. The dimensions are 35 x 27. The mask is suppose to serve as an object that reveals the person's expression as oppose to its usual function which is to hide a person's expressions.

Contributed by Quentrez George


I used charcoal to do this drawing that I entered in a competition . The cola glasses took me a while to finish.

Contributed by Quentrez George


This is a portrait I did for my classmate's mom. It is acrylic and oil paint on canvas; the dimensions are 40 x 32.

Contributed by Quentrez George

Stephen L Jackson

This is just a sketch I worked on with my spare time. I usually blend or cross-hatch my drawings, but I thought I'd give scribbling a try for once to exercise my technique. It's a portrait of Samuel Jackson.

Contributed by Quentrez George

Valley Curtain, Rifle, Colorado, 1970-72  by Christo and Jeanne-Claude

All of their works are stifling in magnitude. Compare the size of the people to the size of the curtain.

Contributed by Grace Li-Haug

Woman as Art

From a wall at SFO airport

Contributed by Kathryn Vercillo

The Many Aspects of Art

Contributed by Sara Cornett