the art: surreal + symbolic

...MORE Surreal Artwork by
Chris Eisenbraun.

  • Surreal pencil drawing (2012): "A Natural Pearl In My Careless Hand."
  • Surreal ink doodle (2012): "Tenuous Minor (A Flatted Third)."
  • Pencil art (2011): "Just Passing Through."
  • Complex sketch (2010): "Whisper To The Thunder."
  • Pencil artwork (2009): "The Bus To (Pomona); King To Queen's Rook 13."
  • "Soliloquy."  
    Surreal ink sketch © Chris Eisenbraun 2012 - Framed | Artist notes.

  • Surreal ink sketch (2012). Drawing media: Canson 70 lb drawing paper, Koh-I-Noor Rapidograph pen. Framed size, approx. 13.5" (height) x 11.5" (width).

    This work resides in the private collection of: Sandy Gonzalez, Florida.

  • Artist notes: This small ink sketch was created in an effort to get MORE Art into my life. The BIG pencil drawings sometimes take a YEAR to complete AND, sometimes I just feel a need to break my mind open with new patterns and some non-realism. That's where an ink sketch REALLY works well. You could say Klimt calls, ditto with Beardsley. LOL. I have to admit that it feels good to be breaking out the pen-and-ink pens once again to make Art. Playing with the line. Black and white is beautiful and strange surreal ink sketches are fun. LOL. It also feels GOOD to get more than ONE work of Art done in a year. I'm actually feeling quite prolific at the moment. Wow, THAT's a VERY nice feeling. ....and I kinda like these little guys. These little ink sketches and doodles are VERY relaxing. No stress baby. Anyway. This drawing is about a line. That's how it starts out: a simple line. Then the line turns a corner and expands/changes ....and then it turns another corner and changes again....and... You could call this the Soliloquy (of a line) ...caught on paper.