I could tell by the look in her eyes that she was up to no good.
Her expression – eternal, enticing and vile – has, for centuries, lured many men to awful consequences.
Fortunately, a grumpy docent intervened and saved me from a similar fate…
He kicked me out and locked the beautiful, deadly spirit-girl inside.
I wonder if I’ll ever see her again…
Yesterday, I visited The Getty Center Museum (one of my favorite places in Los Angeles) for the special exhibit: Gustav Klimt: The Magic Of Line.
I almost had to leave half-way through.
…and not because I was trying to escape the tempting gaze of that ancient femme fatale The Getty curators call ‘Lasciviousness.’ I hadn’t even met her yet.
The awesomeness was just completely overwhelming.
In this post, we’ll go inside the mind of Gustav Klimt, The Master Draftsman and gather four lessons that will supercharge your sketchbook…