Inhale confidence, exhale art. By: Hannah kerker

"Art is the most intense mode of individualism that the world has known."

This drawing is not mine, but I was really drawn to it's hard edges and it's overall roughness.

I really enjoy this piece because the organic shapes are so raw and inviting.

This photo is not mine but I like how the main focal point is the Coca-Cola can.

This photo isn't mine as well, but I like how the picture has texture and depth.

I enjoy this piece because the colors contrast and it creates a more visual interest. 

This piece includes more organic and geometric shapes which creates more movement within the drawing. 

This photo isn't mine, but I like how it expresses depth and the variety of the lines are interesting as well. 

This photo isn't mine but I enjoy how the photo creates a visual diversity between the sand and the bubbles. Even though the photo seems simple, the viewer is automatically drawn to the bubbles and their shape.

"I don't want life to imitate art. I want life to be art."-Ernst Fischer

Self portrait drawing of myself.

"The eye should learn to listen before it looks." -Robert Frank

This photo isn't mine but I like how the photo looks like it's moving and looks like it has energy within it.

"Energy cannot be created or destroyed, it can only be changed from one form to another." -Albert Einstein

I enjoy this value scale because of it's variety and especially the depth. 

This photo isn't mine, but I really like the detail within the little figures. 

This drawing includes geometric and organic shapes as well and in some parts, it has movement. 

This photo is not mine but I really enjoy how the tree is the main focal point and how the sky in the background includes color variety. 

This drawing includes movement and I really enjoy the variety of lines as well. 

This photo is not mine but it is of a ballerina and I like how this piece includes movement and the depth of color. 

This drawing of a piece of wood includes variety of line thickness and it has texture also. 

This photo is not mine but I really enjoy how you can really see the depth of the lines and the texture of the wood. 

Credits:

Created with images by annevancamp - "parrot (2004)" • S2TQ - "ALWAYS AND EVERYWHERE ICE COLD" • dno1967b - "Green mums" • dno1967b - "IMG_0117r" • dno1967b - "IMG_1062r" • 5zal_Photography - "steelwool firespin fireball" • grizzlymountainarts - "Fiber Art Tools" • werner22brigitte - "dramatic sky clouds tree" • Takmeomeo - "ballet dance dancer" • oliver.dodd - "warm dead wood"

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