Sue Bryan is an Irish artist, living and working in New York City: “My work is drawing based. My passion for drawing lies in the compelling urge to capture the things that inherently move me. Much of drawing’s appeal to me lies in its very constraint, its simplification, the reduction of nature’s macrocosm to the black of the charcoal and the white of the paper. For me, the act of drawing is an end in itself.”
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Gustave Klimt: Apple tree II (1916)
One of my favorite photos, ever.
Gustav Klimt, Death and Life (1910)
Athanasius Kircher, from Mundus Subterraneus, 1665. Images of the fire- and water-based subterranean worlds. More: The Ultimate Earthly Holes and the Geocosm of Kircher.