It is time for the elevation of Julia Filament. Sunday 7th November I finally met her again and we went to the Singer Laren Museum. She is a fine artist, graphic designer and great model. If you like you should check out her site. Next to enjoying Singer’s collection together I had the idea for a longer period of time to work with her again. She is probably the most beautiful girl I have met, witty and into art. Perfect for an artist like me. Some ideas came popping up for poses that day but first I thought to create a drawing based on two reference pictures of her own.
Another reference picture was Look J. Boden’s dating a couple of years back. That one I used for my graphite pencil drawing ‘Roundism – 04-07-17’, a pastel ‘Into the Light – 15-06-17’ and an oil ‘Roundism – 11-02-18’. It is one those scarce examples that I used the same motif thrice in different mediums. That image still lingered in my mind and then I saw some pictures of her, holding her own paintings. I had this idea to work around this original picture and her holding her two times. This resulted in a drawing, within a drawing, within a drawing.
One of the striking features is a tattoo in her neck of a styled tree, a design of her own. Much to my pleasure I recognized a two golden ratio curves entwined. Surely that is something I can relate to, employing them in my works of art often. To me the golden ratio curve is one of the key features I use to induce the feeling of eternity. Another principle is singularity. This having stated I would like to express my highest regards and affection for Julia. Love to work with her again and may these session result in an endless stream of art works.
Graphite pencil drawing (Sakura 0.5 mm, 4B) on Talens Bristol paper (21 x 29.7 x 0.1 cm) – A4 format)
Artist: Corné Akkers
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