Category Archives: painting

Sketchbook Pro Time Lapse Drawing


Another version, slightly longer with color, a bit rough around the edges but exciting to think of the prospects of storytelling and image-making in this way. It is interesting to see the process of art making. Drawn freehand using Sketchbook Pro for iPad and the #Wacom Bamboo Stylus.

Original Art for Sale for a Limited Time

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I’ve been busy working on new art and my work is in a group exhibition in New York City at RH Gallery from now until February 22nd. I submitted 21 pieces of diminutive paintings, photographs and collages which are also exclusively for sale through the 22nd at the link below.

http://www.shop-single-fare.com/search?q=stevyn+llewellyn

If you want to see the show, come by RH Gallery for the Single Fare 3 Exhibition 137 Duane St. NY, NY 10013

Wacom 24HD Pen and Touch

I had a great experience testing out the newly released Cintiq 24HD Pen and Touch device. I was invited to the headquarters in Vancouver and was really pleased with the tablet. I tested out Photoshop, Illustrator, and Sketchbook Pro, and now have serious tablet envy. This is truly a luxurious machine for professional digital artists and photographers. Have a look here.

Art Exhibition at Sloan Fine Art

Photo courtesy of Arthur Eisenberg

In the gallery below are the 13 watercolor collages I made for the art exhibition, “Single Fare 2: Please Swipe Again” at Sloan Fine Art. All of these were painted on used MetroCards.

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Show Hours and Information

Opening Reception: Thursday, March 17th, from 5 to 9 pm

Exhibition: Friday, March 18 through Saturday, March 26, 2011

Gallery Hours: Noon to 6pm (Closed Monday & Tuesday)

View photos of the gallery opening by NY photographer Arthur Eisenberg at this link

Muses

sketch To Capture the fleeting moments of beauty in time can only be achieved by impressions, lines, approximations. One wonders about the nature of beauty—It’s timeless appeal, it’s power…It’s subjectivity. The changeless female form is an archetype in it’s own right—a link to history and mystery.

This watercolor is an attempt to try to emulate simplicity while honoring the female form. Inspired initially by a photograph I took, I saw the potential for a line drawing. Trying to achieve a consistent style is vital.