James Jean Gallery

6 Feb 2009

In the winter 2009 issue of Drawing, we highlighted work from James Jean's sketchbooks. Here, we reproduce additional work that we were unable to include in the print article.

 

Crayon Eater
2007, graphite, pastel, and digital, 12 1/2 x 17.
Maze
2008, mixed media on paper,
29 x 41.

 

Nymph
2008, watercolor and digital, size unknown.
At the Cows End
2008, ballpoint pen, 10 x 9.

 

PradaEpicenter Wallpaper (excerpt)
2007, graphite and digital, 17 x 20.
Dive
2007, graphite and digital, 13 x 17.

 

Untitled
2008, ballpoint pen, 10 x 9.
Untitled
2008, ballpoint pen, 10 x 9.

For more information on James Jean, visit his website here.

To see what else featured in the winter 2009 issue of Drawing click here.


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on 19 Feb 2009 11:20 AM

The sketchbook is hidden source of incredible artwork.  James Jean is an example of what lies beneath the published piece of art.   With over 50 sketchbooks of my own, I decided to share my pages thorough a the www.bestsketchbook.com site.   It's a perpetual means to sharing artwork generated in artist's sketchbooks.

Drawing magazine is very smart to expose the sketch art in Jean's books.  Many aspiring artists ask, how to improve their drawing skills.  The best sketchbooks in the world are full of drawings.   From inside cover to the back.  Practice, consistency, and carrying your sketchbook with you at all times is key.   Many of my greatest ideas come from sitting in a room of chaos!

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