Making art is one of my favorite things to do. It is fun to create, to change, to take what is and make it my own. Every time I finish a piece of art, I feel that it reflects some part of my personality. I have been adding faces in my art for some time now and have noticed how it seems to be coming back into popularity. I was asked to create a lesson on how to draw the eyes and I took it a step further and made this three-part video series! I have heard for years that the eyes are the windows to the soul. When two people look at one another, and their eyes meet, it speaks to both people more than any other part of the face or body. Such emotion, mystery, and life can be seen in the eyes. The subject’s expression changes with one flick of the pencil, which brings excitement to the production of these works of art.
I hope you will join me, Stephen Lursen, in confidently drawing and painting eyes onto your works of art!
For more information on my artwork, please visit www.stephenlursen.com
"My name is Stephen Lursen. I am an Artist living and working in Charlotte, NC. I am the Director of Education at Donna Downey Studios in Huntersville, NC. I recently received my MFA degree from Winthrop University in Rock Hill, South Carolina. I specialize in painting, drawing and video art."
Washed by the Light - Printable PDF by Stephen Lursen
This painting by Stephen Lursen is called Washed by the Light. Stephen wrote a corresponding note: "Day after day passed gray and flat. We didn't know the thing we lacked. Then came...
Sunset Steam Printable PDF
This painting glows with the warmth of the tropics. Stephen painted it to bring a bright and bold happy feeling to viewer. Stephen Lursen recently painted an original painting called Sunset...
Sunrise over Paris - Acrylic Painting by Stephen Lursen
$ 350.00 $ 500.00
Sunrise over Paris is an acrylic painting over a store bought print. It is framed with a black frame and is ready to hang. Stephen found the framed grayscale print...
"Diamonds in sky" original painting by Stephen Lursen
$ 600.00 $ 1,000.00
This painting is 40" tall x 60" wide, Acrylic on canvas. Original painting by Stephen Lursen. 3/4" deep.