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Painterly Architectonique XVI

Dedicated and handed over to our AW friend Ulughbek Mukhamedov during the "Biennale Aquarelle" at Brioude, France. Pencil drawing. 21x29.7cm. Copyright Adrian Bayreuther, member of 3rd Paradigm int'l. artists group.

14 Comments

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Nelly van Nieuwenhuijzen 25 Jul 2011

LOVE THE SHADOWS, the lines, the nuances, great!!

Artist Reply: Thanks a lot, dear Nelly.

surekha rao 25 Jul 2011

Great work, Adrian! Superb!!!

Izabella Pavlushko 23 Jul 2011

Great composition, dear Bernie ! Of course my POD !

Artist Reply: A million thanks, dear Iza.

Beatrix Jahn 22 Jul 2011

Wunderbare Tiefen und 3D Effekte hast Du mit Deinem Bleistift erziehl! Viel Erfolg.

Artist Reply: Danke Trixi. Bei diesen Bleistiftarbeiten bekommt man immer so schwarze Finger.

Karen Helsing 22 Jul 2011

Interesting.

marie-claire gallet 22 Jul 2011

Ganz gut gemacht, Bernie !!!! Hoffe, dass dein Aufenthalt in Frankreich gut gelaufen ist !!!

jamie winter 22 Jul 2011

MY POD!! MOST INCREDIBLE

Nira Dabush 22 Jul 2011

SUPER COMPOSITION, ADRIAN.. GREAT WORK.

Artist Reply: 1000 thanks, Nira.

John Cappello 21 Jul 2011

Very clever, again Bern. Captivating and very great creative and quite eye-catching, Insuperable! You always manage to Just blow me away with your work !

Artist Reply: Thanks John, have a nice week end.

Sharon Gonzalez 21 Jul 2011

WOW THIS IS TOTALLY AMAZING, BERNIE. LOOKS 3-DIMENSIONAL AND YET YOU USED SHADES OF BLACK/GRAY. FANTASTIC.

Ann Fawssett-Atkin 21 Jul 2011

Excellent pencilwork...all best wishes for it at Brioude

José Fortunato 21 Jul 2011

Great 3 dimension structure. Light and shadows are impressive !

ruth sears 21 Jul 2011

fine work even without the colors:)))

Artist Reply: Thanks Ruth, regarding the colours please note that I don't do a lot of pencil drawings :-)

Sigridur Bachmann 21 Jul 2011

Gorgeous shade /lighting ! What happen with your colors .... :-))

Artist Reply: Thank you Sigga. No colours, just pencil :-(