Charcoal and pencil

Arnaud Quercy’s drawings in charcoal and pencil are a testament to his skill in creating depth using monochromatic tones. Here’s what stands out:

  • Contrast Mastery: Quercy’s use of charcoal brings out the drama of shadows and highlights. Pencil lines add delicate details, creating a rich tapestry of textures.
  • Abstract Geometry: The artworks are abstract, yet they suggest a narrative through recognizable shapes and forms, allowing viewers to connect with the pieces on a personal level.
  • Texture and Detail: The artist’s deft hand is evident in the texture that charcoal and pencil afford, providing a tactile dimension to each piece.
  • Emotional Resonance: These works often evoke a sense of contemplation, with their interplay of light and shadow conveying mood and atmosphere.
  • Composition Excellence: Quercy’s compositions demonstrate a keen eye for balance and structure, guiding the viewer through the visual landscape of each drawing.

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