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  • Street Art class

    Making art is not a straight line, sometimes it’s fussy and filled with curves. Practice makes better is what we try to instill, each class builds on lessons so art lessons can transfer from painting drawing sculpture … today we are teaching color theory, large format composition and design with spray paint. Jack working on…

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  • sketchbook doodle of miss pink

    2 of 100 days in the now… PINK sketchbook!

    The 2nd Day, I currently working on a challenge to create AND post artwork for 100 days in a row. Today ‘Miss Pink’ has solidified the idea that pink will be in every page. The sketchbook is a random graphing notebook that will be my 100 day art project. Stay tuned for 98 more sketchbook…

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  • two woman listening to radio.

    16 of 100, Scarlet Witch

    One page in a sketchbook, an ink drawing of two woman listening to a mixed tape.

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  • Large folks entering an empty house, with a cat sitting in a chair.

    15 of 100, Meeting the newest baby

    “Don’t wake it”, says one to the other. They crowd around to see the newest house member. Whispering and carefully creeping into the house, not daring to attract attention. The cluster outside is whispering as they wait for their turn to get a glimpse. Tiny fur baby sleep unaware of the silent admiration swirling in…

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  • Illustration of the internal human body, Digestive System

    14 of 100, The circulatory system.

    The 14th page is an illustration of the circulatory system. It’s done as a doodle that is inspired by the disassembled cassette player from Doodle 12 of 100. In both pieces the insides are laid out like an Ikea illustration. The systems as a still images makes my brain happy. The use of a fountain…

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  • ink drawing of green figures dancing about on a pink background

    13 of 100, A group of green figures writhing about.

    Some time you have the spirit and don’t know how to let it out. Juke and jive and sometimes slide, go big and show your expression is real. Flail and bounce about, some folks even let out a shout. If you don’t know that’s ok, practice practice it gets easier each day.

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  • ink and marker illustration of the inside of a walkman.

    12 of 100, Duel doodle, Gio vs Alex.

    How many times have you taken something apart for the shear joy of discovery. That was me, add in a sense of dread, on this day. It started after school, walking home and head bopping. The music in my headphones warped, it was the tape innocently wrapped itself into the pulleys. My shock and lack…

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  • Drawing of two figures climbing into the canopy of a tree.

    11 of 100 days of art, In the woods with the Bradys.

    In a backyard down the street there is a family and a friend and a tree. Everyday tree climbing, Peanut butter sandwiches, swimming, ear-drops, legos and trips to the beach.

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  • Four figures drawn in ink dance on a pink background

    10 of 100, More and a different type of dance.

    Day 10 of 100 days of art, day 10 so excited. A little ink drawing of figures dancing on a pink background.

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  • Drawing of break dancers using makers and ink.

    9 of 100, Top Rock

    Top rock is a preamble to a breakdancing set. The song break is going to hit. You get a rush and it’s your top rock that warns the crowd as you skillfully open up a hole. The elation you feel, body tightening and your senses narrowing as you set to your task. First the top…

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  • drawing of a girl wearing a mask eating a large sandwich

    8 of 100 days of art making

    How to make the sandwich pictured below. The best sandwich starts with 10 slices of toasted whole wheat bread. Lay them out like a game of solitaire. Each slice will need a dollop of mayonnaise, a pinch of Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper. Now add two crispy bacon strips to each slice. Depending…

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  • 7 rows of animal sketches, 5 cats, 7 squirrels, 5 humans, 4 dogs, 5 birds, 3 foxes, and 4 rabbits

    7 of 100, animal zoom call

    Cats, squirrels, folks, dogs, birds, foxes, and rabbits are all part of my backyard zoo. Cat spots a squirrel. Cat freezes, only a tail like a spastic autograph can be seen. This cat has spent precious napping time planning and scheming for this moment. At the window a tiny dog rings the alarm, ‘Bark Bark…

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  • pink two dogs marker drawing

    6 of 100 Days of art making

    As we drive through the woods the wind in my hair, I’m trying to fill my undersized nostrils with the smells that thrills Puck. Then Puck is in a reveal. He looks over at me, I can see a little pity in his eyes.

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  • Watercolor and pen in sketchbook pages

    5 of 100, days of art making

    It starts was a stumble, then I see the ground coming towards my face, I know this is going to hurt. That is what it feels like when drawings are going bad.

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  • Drawing of a Bear and Deer in front of a row of pink houses

    4 of 100 Days of art making

    Day 4 of 100 days making art, pen drawing of a bear & deer in front of a row of pink houses. After tens of minutes debating exterior home colors it was decided that last years color of ‘Diva Pink’

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  • Five isometric robots with pink background

    3 of 100 days of making art

    Five Robots and what I was thinking while I drew them, enjoy! The Isometric view is my favorite and being that this sketchbook is a graphing note book I will be exploiting that for more robots.

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  • sketchbook doodle of miss pink

    2 of 100 days of making art

    Why is Miss Pink holding up eight fingers? It is day two of one hundred, making a pink sketchbook and this is Miss Pink’s story.

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  • sketchbook page, for 100 days of drawing, lots of pink

    1 of 100 days of making art

    The pink was a surprise. I like to make left turns with my materials and methods.

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  • Pencil drawing of a girl on skates.

    Girl and graffiti on wheels.

    I have been working on lots of things, round and round. Today working on the face and mood of the next watercolor ‘girl riding in front of graffiti’. The first day sketching can be the hardest, my favorite. Getting the shape of summer, speed, joy and a tiny amount of anxiety in the smile. The…

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  • Sock Bush, a Doodling comic.

    Sock Bush, a doodling story by Alex Feliciano. It is around sunset that always puts Larry in a sleepyhead mood. My Inspiration As the day turns and the impending closure it near. I feel the weight of another wasted day. I rush to my desk to beat the moon who will soon illuminate my failing…

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  • Blue faced rocks

    our pockets filled with rocks some of the rocks had happy faces, others cute, gross, and weird. My oldest very excitedly asked me, “Is this Graffitti?” Lol. We put them in planters, next to crosswalk buttons, in the crooks of trees and while the family was engaged in mild acts of artistic expression. Michi called…

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  • Rocks in Vancouver

    We found a bunch of lovely rocks in Vancouver and decided to talk to them. They all had something to say, so we painted them. Drawing on rock, the group photo. The rocks where a skinny arms reach out the window and I couldn’t resist them… so it started with a flat odd rock. First…

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  • Phillup, 1983, in the woods!

    Post-it note drawings, in high speed. This was the coolest person I knew growing up. Hunting and fishing, weird animal skins and strange gear around his house. I used to copy all his drawings, Lol. Post-it note drawing inspired by neighbor, Phillup.

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  • Painting in progress, Blue and purple tones of person and a dog in the water at night. surrounded outlines of birds.

    Black Rainbow Birds

    Working on a large 80×60″ canvas. I have been working on this large painting for a few weeks now. I will be painting it at Sis + Moons and my studio in Alpharetta. Working title was ‘Black Rainbow Birds‘ now it’s ‘Kid in water’, acrylic painting 80×60 inches. The impetus of this large painting came…

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  • Blue Girl, 18×24″ print now available for Christmas!

    This is a limited run pre order now at the Facebook shop. The 18×24″ print of ‘Blue Girl’. A blue haired girl passing some classic graffiti pieces on her sweet bike. The $100.00 print is 18 inches by 24 inches. Signed by Alex Feliciano and ready to frame. Order now to get your print in…

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  • Sore foot

    A green couch with pale vines is the setting for a sore foot. Press a fingertip between balls of the feet. This is a framed painting up cycled from an older painting available now a sis + moons in Alpharetta, Ga 30009.

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  • Paintings avaiable from Studio Feliciano

    Paintings in and around the studio that are currently available. Email or text me for more info. You can also follow this work on instagram @studioFeliciano. Large size paintings “Thoughtful yellow”, 36×48” mixed media on board. By Alex Feliciano and John Tindel “See through”, mixed media on wood, 48×24”. By Alex Feliciano ‘Littlest Dog’, 30×40”…

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  • 20 page sketch book challenge.

    Twenty pages this week

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  • Lots of cutting and glueing going on at night.

    Halloween is coming and way to quickly. I’m trying to get this giant cardboard monster built and I’m going to be cutting it really close. Cardboard scales instead of fur for this Kukeri inspired monster. After the drawing and thinking and drawing. I started out with a pool noodle spine and some graduated cardboard disks.…

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  • Figure drawing with fill tool.

    More than once one of the six art instructors at NWSA would say ‘Draw from life, it’s the best teacher’, yep they where/are right. Figure drawings are the thing people singles out for praise when they are look thought your sketchbook, ‘did you draw that, so talented’, nope that is just practice. So practice drawing…

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  • Draw, Practice practice practice.

    Figure drawings in Alpharetta, Alex Feliciano working on iPad and Paper53.

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  • Making cardboard kukeri inspired costume for Halloween!

    Making homemade costumes with the kids and found inspiration to make a cardboard kukeri suit.

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  • Ink-tober

    Ink supplies are out on the first day of October (inktober). Doodles to start the motivation for a month full of drawings.

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  • Fudge! I almost forgot that today is the first day of Ink-Tober.

    First step find pens! Dig dig dig, now studio is giant (er) mess. Found them! Now ink, yes it’s a fountain pen. Lots of them… Now paper, hurry hurry, time is ticking.

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  • Comic books for weekends of fun.

    Feliciano brothers get a box of comic books, happy birthday big boy.

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  • Who is DOOM!

    Doodling throw ups found in the wild. Doom, I hope I did you right.

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  • No son of mine! Who’s wack?

    www.youtube.com/watch

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  • Studio day

    Progress on painting of unicorn followed by dogs and rabbits

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  • Impromptu Sculpture Class

    A winter advisory forces us into the studio to sculpt. Great work by O and D.

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  • First large painting for the New Year (Update, this post was started before covid 1/2/2018).

    New painting of riders riding around on a unicorn followed by many animals

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  • First large painting for the New Year.

    New painting of riders riding around on a unicorn followed by many animals

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  • Jack at StreetArt Class

    Students getting ill and learning a bit about art at the StreetArt class.

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  • Graffiti on very large cardboard

    Kali’s Lady with fabulous head piece, Graffiti class in Alpharetta.

    Students wow’s teacher in Alpharetta’s graffiti class.

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  • Working and learning on large 11’ x 14’ crappie paper.

    Sketching in large sketchbook 11’x14’ on paper with markers, ink and watercolors, sometimes with pen.

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  • What makes a monster.

    As a classic monsters, what does a witch do that makes them a thing to be feared.

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  • What makes a monster.

    ‘The gravity of the earth is pulling me down.’, says Swamp Thing. ‘The best place to lay eggs?’ The slimy creature thinks as it watches you skipping rocks. ‘A host to houses my eggs, something warm and tasty.’ Swamp thing thinks as it silently slips into the cold dry air. Looking down at reflections in…

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  • Large Doodling 11×14

    Doodling with grey marker on large paper, Alex Feliciano is marking you b-boys in the clouds.

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  • What makes a monster.

    What makes the werewolf scary, a big smeller, large ears? An entity that wanders between two worlds. What do we fear?

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  • What makes a monster.

    Halloween monsters, what makes them scary, a light hearted look at what makes them tick.

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  • Late night drawing

    Drawings from a late night, the stillness is inspiring. An old large sketch book and a giant bag of makers.

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