Art Style

Art styles are sets of distinctive characteristics that are shared between artworks, manners of presenting subject matter, ways to expresses visions and handle art mediums, philosophy and motivation behind the artwork, and choices of stylistic elements and objects of representation.

The concept of "art movement"  is usually linked to a specific time and place.

Each artist has own personal art style, own unique way of expression.

  • Linework

    Line is one of the fundamental elements of art design. Line usually indicates the edge of a flat shape or a three-dimensional form. Lines can be different in color and widths (constant or varying).

    Line art is an image that consists of distinct straight or curved lines.

    • A contour drawing presents dimensions, edges, outlines, and shapes.
    • A cross contour technique indicates surface of an object, usually in perspective.
    • A blind contour technique implemented without looking at the resulting image.
    • A continuous line drawing is produced without lifting the implement from the page.
    • A fast gesture drawing technique captures the essence of a figure in lines.

    Pen and ink artwork made using various inks, including sumi and ecological, and implements like fountain pens, technical, or parallel pens.


Lena Nechet, artist - Fine art, media productions, language.
San Diego, California , USA , 323-686-1771