Woman Dancing With Basquiat Tulips - 2017

  • July 09, 2020 06:01

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Woman Dancing With Basquiat Tulips - 2017

LINE ART is a "lost art" and ever since 

I came upon the iconic line interpretations

of PICASSO and MATISSE at the age of 12,

creating them has been a fascinating journey

that continues to EVOLVE. In this artwork,

a woman is joyously dancing, she is expressed

in rounded voluptous expressionistic lines and 

juxtaposing, the tulips are pure neoexpressionism,

a nod to JEAN MICHEL BASQUIAT. Female nudes 

remain to be a MAJOR SUBJECT because she 

is a source of endless INTRIGUE. I create line art

several times, every week. Some are unveiled 

while other are just for my own amusement.

Some become inspired inspiration for an artwork

that is much more involved. I NEVER KNOW. - mk/artist


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MICHAEL KILGORE FINE ART - EVOLUTIONS AND REVOLUTIONS

I invite you to join me as I continue my artistic journey on both conscious and subconscious levels. Spontaneous and rarely deliberate! Cubism, Fauvism, Abstract Expressionism, Collage, Line Art, Neoexpressionism and Figurative interpretations.

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