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 Five and Ten Jambalaya by Jujika  Five and Ten Jambalaya by Jujika
Five and Ten squares, an artistic Jambalaya of color schemes and techniques, styles and diversity. When I paint something I sketch, I often wonder how different this picture would be if another artist painted the same thing. I believe, with the exact same sketch, a different painter with their own style can convey a totally different picture. Perhaps that is why the woman's body can be such a huge subject of study for artists and still be a fresh new look with every portrayal. Simply a change in style or perception with every artist.
Among my collage of tiles, I have tried to replicate the feel of various artists I greatly admire, and some styles I often refer to. Perhaps you can tell which tiles go to which artist:

Tamara De Lempicka
Alphonse Mucha
Maxfield Parrish
Albert Bierstadt
John William Waterhouse

and of course lets not forget the tiles that represent groups of artists: namely oil painters, pencil sketchers, Pastel users, and the ever-present ever-popular ever-so-wonderful Digital Artist!! When put together they are obviously inconsistent....and yet....that similar endeavor for beauty somehow makes it fit.

About 6-8 hours, used Photoshop cs and Painter 8.
thank you for viewing
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GrayDruid Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2011   Digital Artist
2Graceful Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Very well done :clap:
Fabricio-Ceppi Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2010
It`s so much interesting the way you construct the figure, showing not only different fragments of diferent styles, or tributes, every square shows me a different atmosphere of light, or maybe of different weathers too. And of different kind of feelings. I really get surprised because you chosed some "rare" artists i like very much and i can see their influence in the work, i mean of waterhouse, Parrish and the great Mucha. You seem to be so sensitive with light and shadow and i like the way you let us know it. the painting talks for itself, i want to see the results in the future when you progress in your technique (and i would like to see some traditional painting work, i mean traditional mediums).
well...: first square: Bouguereau, second: Lempicka, fifth tile: Mucha, i get confused about the others but... let`s see...: 12: Parrish, 14th waterhouse. 15th: Jujika.
I hope to coment soon.
saludos, Fabricio
azolina3 Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2010  Professional General Artist
beautiful collaboration!
Chrysler Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2010
That is truly excellent stuff!!
chriskronen Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
psych0amaya Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2010
Geffrey Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2010
Just...just... I'm in awe.
luart-pottery Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2010  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
selina Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2009
"I believe, with the exact same sketch, a different painter with their own style can convey a totally different picture."

Very nice comment/description. Each square is unique to each artist. This is really well done and brilliant work of art.
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