TheGreatNude.tv publisher Jeffrey Wiener visits the Emmanuel Fremin Gallery to meet artist Ted Lawson, who’s jaw-dropping figurative sculptures are on exhibit. Lawson’s work spans the range of abstract and realistic, masterfully produced with his unique blend of technology and craftsmanship.
In this video, I’m drawing the male nude in a series of 10-15 minute poses. I’m using the iPad Air, the APP Procreate, and a Wacom stylus. This model is lean and sinewy. I am using a rough cross-hatch technique for a rhythmic feel on the playback of the video.
Interview with Bo Bartlett PPOW Gallery Bo Bartlett: Paintings of Home by Scott Goodwillie December, 2010 [ngg src=”galleries” ids=”108″ display=”basic_thumbnail”] In his recent exhibition at PPOW Gallery in New York, Bo Bartlett offered some stunning compositions which rely on childhood memories or the place of his dreams. Born in Columbus, Georgia, he depicts a world of […]
TGN Publisher Jeffrey Wiener went down to the Emmanuel Fremin Gallery in 2014 to meet with Ted Lawson and discuss his artworks. Lawson, who’s works span the range between abstract and realistic art, continues to push the boundaries of where technology and the figure intersect. TheGreatNude Interview with Ted Lawson from TheGreatNude.tv on Vimeo.