The Nude in the 21st Century

James Archer



Andy Beck



Alexandra Becker-Black



Joseph Besch



Mike Binzer



Susan Boehm



Sarah Burns



Reed Clarke



Don Copper



Robert Creighton



Angela Cunningham



Angela Cunningham



Seth Daulton



Seth Daulton



Evan Degenfelder



Rachel Foster



Graehound



Alison Harris



Larissa Hauck



Annie Heisey



Sabrina Hughes



Michael Kelly



Elizabeth Kendall



Patrick Kernan



Patrick Kernan



Junsoo Kim



Junsoo Kim



Cynthia Lahti



Cynthia Lahti



Cathy Locke



V.E. Long



V.E. Long



Mary Mahoney



Mary Mahoney



Andrea Moni



Kathryn Nussdorf



Colin Poole



Gail Postal



Gail Postal



Nick Reszetar



Ben Rosenberg



Ben Rosenberg



Robert Rosenthal



Robert Rosenthal



Bethany Rowland



Steven Rushefsky



Soo Ock Ryu



Dixie Salazar



Deborah Shapiro



Deborah Shapiro



Gregory Siler



Ellen Soderquist



Ellen Soderquist



Jon Sours



Tovah Stevenson



Lisa Taylor



Georganne Watters


Alison Harris
(Grand Junction, CO, USA)
Artist Website

Christine, 10th Drawing, Ink on Paper, 24x18

The act of drawing is my way of discovering what's in front of me.
I look very carefully in order to deconstruct and reconstruct on the page, what I have discovered through my observations. The lines I make either confirm or deny the object before me. I always work from direct observation.
With this series of drawings, I have been drawing a few people again and again. For some people, this could become mundane, and logically one would think that after several drawings, nothing more could be gotten. I became fascinated with the variety within and between each drawing. I decided to work with ink because of its permanence. Once a mark is made, it is there. Using ink forced me to accept my marks and move forward with the drawing. This process allowed me to let go of my expectations and reach for something unknown. The drawings became much more of an interaction with each of my subjects, mark by mark. In the end, each drawing was unique.
With this series, my hope was to reveal a person physically, psychologically, emotionally, and spiritually. These are the states of being that make us human.


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