* Inspired: Egon Schiele *

As an artist, it is hard to have a constant flow of inspiration. I have certain go-to's that will automatically inspire me to get back into my creativity. One happens to be Egon Schiele, my favorite artist. I love how he captures the rawness of humanity in his strokes, and the distortion of his figures allows the viewer to connect to the reality of imperfection. At the same time, you can't help but find his figures beautiful.


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