Launching Andrea Parker ONLINE

Today is the grand opening of Andrea Parker ONLINE! After months of trying to put the site together, I was finally able to launch it. As that is a project for college, I'm open for suggestions and comments. Now take a look at Andrea's website. ;)




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by Gigel @ 23 Oct 2015 04:31 pm
fabulous use of black and white, Arthur Rackham on steroids so to speak. It makes you wnedor, had he been born in the UK would such a precocious talent have been allowed to develop in this manner. I remember when I was at art college (a long time ago now) any leanings towards tight, traditional work were stomped on heavily by the faculty.A good illustrator friend from Russia told me how the Soviet Union subsidised art education and publishing, encouraging tight technical prowess, but the entire edifice has crumbled since then, Russian publishing is on it's knees, artists have fled the country to work in Europe, the US and UK (like Zouravliov). My friend is an astonishing graphic artist, now lives in Paris, has given up illustration completely and focuses entirely on art installations.

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