Drawings

Unfinished Works of Art~ Part 2

Hey everyone! Last post, I said that there was going to be a Part 2, and here it is! If you didn’t get a chance to read Part 1, click here.

So, while researching for this part, I came across the term non finito, which is a fancy way of saying left unfinished on purpose.The three different types of unfinished art are non finito, the abandoned, and the perpetually unfinished. Here’s a link to a neat website that explains these terms in more detail. I especially like the explanation of the unfinished painting Madonna with the Long Neck.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/james-elkins/post_1691_b_819376.html

On to my non finito gray wolf drawing. As in my brown wolf non finito, I started with the eye. I also started on the fur around the eye.

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I then expanded on the fur around the eye.

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The fur never ends!

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I then moved on to the ear and expanded the fur again.

img_16371And you’re done! Tell me what you think! Do you like non finito  works of art? Should I do more? Which wolf drawing is your favorite? Is this whole thing just nutty as a fruitcake? Let us know in the comment section, and keep on the lookout for new posts!

~Elizabeth and Kathleen

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4 thoughts on “Unfinished Works of Art~ Part 2

  1. Non finito does keep the viewer guessing as to what the actual image is supposed to be. In this example, it is not readily apparent that it is a wolf. Therefore the imagination is free to wander. The first couple of drawings made me think of an owl’s eye. The one still does not scream “WOLF” but could be a number of other animals. Which pathway will my imagination wander down?

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