Thursday, 14 April 2011

Jozef Wilkon II

To illustrate . . ."you first have to know how it looks . . . a man, a fish, a bird. Later to know how they move, everything runs, crawls, swims. For many this is the end of their education. Some go further, they can paint the sworrow and joy, fear and courage. Only a few manage to paint a dream, silence and even the smell and taste of fruit" Jozef Wilkon

5 comments:

  1. Most times I feel guilty for coming here as I know I will end up spending a lot of time looking at other people's beautiful work and not doing mine. This blog is such a great compilation of artists and their artworks. I can't stop going wow! Jozef Wilkon wooden animals are truly amazing! And so pleased to find Ursula von Rydingsvard works in the other blog. I'm speechless!

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  2. Thank you Maria.
    Hazel
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