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Tuesday, March 18, 2008

The Compelling Dynamic of the Human Body and Anatomical Structure in Relation to the Universe : Anatomy Art Collection in Pencil


About five years ago i set sail on a voyage through the deepest caverns of the human body and plunged forward into a world of immense mechanical construction through late night study in my home studio and laboratory/office . The forms, shapes, and various parts of the human body and anatomical structure that i began to discover on my voyage began to remind me of various structures we see in everyday life. I began to clearly see this connection between the human body and how it works like a machine and its connection with the complex interactions and workings of life on earth. Even before this journey , i planned my study around the ultimate goal of achieving a collection of anatomical drawings that represented the amazing complexity of the human anatomy and body in relation to our life. I knew this would take me deep into the mysterious corridors of the body and every detail would have to be considered. These small morpheus details that possess the human body would eventually lead me through many doors and vivid insights and correlations that would shape the nucleus of my drawing collection using human anatomy but ultimately incorporate the human body and life in unison.



"Accomodating the Inner Facade", Anatomy Art Drawing Collection, Justin Michael Jenkins
When i started the collection of twelve anatomical drawings in color after intense study of the human body, i began to immediately fuse objectivity with the internal structure creating mirrored illusions of what are made up of with what me actually create from our finished product as human beings. In "Accomodating the Inner Facade" (shown above), I created a room from the inner structure of the human head and skull along with tendons and muscle.

The Anatomy Art Drawing Collection was my answer to the beauty and intrigue of the human body and the masterpiece our creator designed and its overall relationship with the bigger picture and dynamic of the universe and life. This collection has been collected and featured by many doctors, including Robert Whitaker, a former pediatric urological surgeon, well known for his site, Instant Anatomy .

In the end, i hope everyone appreciates the amazing beauty we possess within us and hopefully as a collective whole we can learn to use the bodies complex inner mechanics and somehow incorporate that into our daily life and life on earth.

If you are interested in purchasing products , framed art prints, or even original works of art from this collection, please click the links below.


If you are interested in an Original Work of Art or framed wholesale prints for your doctors office or hospital / clinic from this collection please email me at jjenkins@imaginativepencil.com . Thank you!

4 Comments:

  • yet when looking from the moon everyone is the same size..

    I like your work, it's very inspiring.

    By Anonymous Tosca, at 4:55 PM  

  • great art :)

    By Anonymous canvas wall art, at 11:14 AM  

  • Great Artwork, they look amazing. All of this talk about pencils, I found some pretty cool pencils that I wanted to share, Mood Pencils. We got them for our school drawing class, for the kids:
    http://www.penimprint.com/Mood-Pens.aspx

    I look forward to future postings.

    By Anonymous Samantha, at 3:24 AM  

  • This artwork looks stunning, well done. Must take so long to create a piece of art like this.

    By Anonymous canvas prints, at 11:02 AM  

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