The Artist tessellation

A sketch. Might clean up the lines and fills. He does look a little depressed. Poor bugger. Shit happens.

Artist tessellation by Francine Champagne, ©2016 — Symétruc d'artiste

Artist tessellation by Francine Champagne, ©2016 — Symétruc d’artiste

“Support living artists” tessellation. The dead ones don’t need it! (one of the many web wisdoms circulating) And the other one lately, “With too much comfort comes complacency.” I thought they were talking about soccer players.

Below, the zoomed-out version.

Artist tessellation by Francine Champagne, ©2016 — Symétruc d'artiste

Artist tessellation by Francine Champagne, ©2016 — Symétruc de l’artiste

 

Took the time to clean up the drawing. Looking good. But still depressed.

Artist tessellation by Francine Champagne, ©2016 — Symétruc d'artiste

Artist tessellation by Francine Champagne, ©2016 — Symétruc d’artiste

2018-10-18; I updated the colour scheme on the Artist tessellation.

Artist tessellation by Francine Champagne, ©2016 — Symétruc d'artiste

Artist tessellation by Francine Champagne, ©2016 — Symétruc d’artiste

Even considered submitting it to the NAC for a mural on their new building… ran out of time and could not make their “in person” submission deadline. Too bad, he looks a bit less depressed up there!

Artist tessellation by Francine Champagne, ©2016 — Symétruc d'artiste

Nanaimo Arts Council mural attempt 2018

This Artist Tessellation is now available as an Art Paper Print, in the online store. Either click the link here or the “Shop” menu above to see the whole selection of prints.

2 thoughts on “The Artist tessellation

  1. that’s the artist that has become too comfortable, and too complacent, and too rich in his food intake. All his inspiration is gone.

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