I have a thing I do when I am out on public transportation and I look at people.
Sometimes I observe how their facial structures are composed over their muscles and bone structure.
I instantly translate their face, their body, their skin into a messy or clean charcoal drawing or multicolored painting.
I tend to see people in multiple colors after being largely on influenced byÂ artist, Stephen Bennett.
I rarely have a specific message to send through my work, but when I do it usually pertains to issues that are not exactly trending, popular or commonly talked about.
I mostly like to capture the beauty of the human face and body, and after taking figure drawing in college, I developed a love and appreciation for the human body regardless of what shape it's in.
My signature style in painting developed primarily through arranging a pattern clash of warm and cold colors thanks toÂ Artist Stephen Bennett.
None of it was intentional - it all developed and evolved over time.
People always ask for myÂ artistÂ statementÂ so I needed to do one but I've never liked to explain a certain piece of work - if you've made a picture and that's how you wanted it to be - hopefully it can speak for itself and whatever it says to the viewer - it's the right message because there isn't a wrong and a right message. Each person takes something a little different from the same picture and I'm happy with that.
My influences are first and foremost everything I see, feel and experience, but I've always loved comic books, figure drawings, anime, andÂ particularly work by Stephen Bennett, Daniel Leon Hodges, Cbabi Bayoc and Billy Bill. I love architecture particularly Architectural Digest.Â And I love to travel because I like learning what other cultures are like, their countries, their style of living, and to see the beauty of the world and it's multiple faces and languages of people.
SirIsrael King joined Pixels.com Licensing on September 12th, 2017.