26 December 2010 post: Daily Practice for the Week

Alex Española, Black on Form A.G. Number 1, 2010, acrylic on paper, 8.5x12in. (from the series, titled: P.S., December 2010)
Alex Española, Red on Form A.C. Number 1, 2010, acrylic on paper, 8.5x12in.

Alex Española, Black on Form A.C. Number 1, 2010, acrylic on paper, 8.5x12in

Alex Española, Blue on Form A.G. Number 1, 2010, acrylic on paper, 8.5x12in.

Alex Española, Death of Birth: Jean-Michel Basquiat (22december 1960-12august1988), 2010, acrylic on paper, 8.5x12in

Alex Española, Death of Birth: Joe Strummer (21august1952-22december2002), 2010, acrylic on paper, 8.5x12in

Alex Española, Red on Form A.C. Number 2, 2010, acrylic on paper, 8.5x12in.

Alex Española, Gold on Form A.C. Number 1, 2010, acrylic on paper, 8.5x12in.

Alex Española, Form H.M. Number 2, 2010, acrylic on paper, 8.5x12in.

Alex Española, Form H.M. Number 1, 2010, acrylic on paper, 8.5x12in.

Alex Española, Red Form for H.M. (Family Group B), 2010, acrylic on paper, 8.5x12in.

Alex Española, Form for H.M. (Family Group A), 2010, acrylic on paper, 8.5x12in.

Alex Española, Yellow, Red, and Black Form for H.M. (Reclining Figure A), 2010, acrylic on paper, 8.5x12in.

Alex Española, Brown and Black Form for H.M. (Reclining Figure B), 2010, acrylic on paper, 8.5x12in.

Alex Española, Form Henri Moore (Maquette for Draped Reclining Figure A), 2010, acrylic on paper, 8.5x12in.

Alex Española, Form Henri Moore (Maquette for Draped Reclining Figure B), 2010, acrylic on paper, 8.5x12in.

Alex Española, Red Form Giacometti (Torse de Femme), 2010, acrylic on paper, 8.5x12in.

Alex Española, Blue Form Auguste Rodin (Benedictions), 2010, acrylic on paper, 8.5x12in.

 

 

 

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Transmissions from an island somewhere in the Philippines. Integrating daily art practice & other initiatives from the physical world down to virtual space. To see my daily artworks, you can visit my site at: http://dailypractice.tumblr.com http://brownskinartist.multiply.com
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