No Quarter, 2019, oil and cold wax medium on linen, 700mm x 500mm
"The median salary for a medical illustrator / animator in the U.S. is $70,650 and can range up to $173,000. Those with interdisciplinary skills in UX design who create apps and AR / VR experiences are in demand and earn $74,880 - $98,000. Adept professionals who advance their role to art director or creative director earn between $89,000 - $122,000 and up to $250,000 (2018 AMI survey data). About 48% of salaried illustrators supplement their income with freelance work."
-- Association of Medical Illustrators
It is not very good so I would not recommend watching it.
Jessica Stroller(b. 1981)
More information about Jessica Stroller:
Read this Article about the meaning of her work and its creation: Link (don't read the first paragraph or the one after the picture of her work: "Untitled (Venus)"
Visit her website and look at "Recent" to get a better understanding of her work: Link
Read this blurb written by Stoller about her work: Link
1. What are the main focuses of Jessica Stoller's sculptures content wise?
2. Why does Stoller consider working in clay to be a type of masochism?
3. Why does Stoller use porcelain rather than any other medium?
Lee Krasner(Lena Kreisner) b. October 27, 1908 d. June 19, 1984
More Information About Lee Krasner:
Watch this video, stopping at 2:37: Link
Go to this MoMA webpage and scroll down and listen to the 3 minute audio clip: Link
Watch his video: Link
Read this Khan Academy Article: Link
1. How was Krasner's work affected by the death of her husband, Jackson Pollock, in 1956?
2. What type of abstraction does Krasner make? And how does her interest in Nature reveal . itself in this type of abstraction?
3. What was the cause of Krasner's interest in surrealism and how did it impact her artwork?
More information about Raphael can be found Here:
1.How do we know Raphael's Paintings were so meticulously created?
2. Why doesn't Raphael always care that the anatomy of his figures isn't 100% accurate?
3. Who was one of Raphael;s main inspirations in his artwork, and how did hi assimilate other's works into his own?
Also I was going to go deeper into his death for this artist spotlight because I was curious why he died to young. I figured it was something medical, and that field interests me so I did a quick google search and thought I had better do this topic, but I am still going to link an article about it just because I thought it was really funny.
You have to scroll down past the giant painting of Raphael on his death bed holding a woman's hand to get to the funny part.
I am a sleep deprived artist trying to make ends meet. :)