Notre Dame de Paris – Ar_Beee

Why did you pick this picture?

This Artwork is one of my favorites because it came out exactly what I wanted it to be like. Moreover I love the proportions, decorative and ornate style of the Notre Dame de Paris.

Where did the idea come from?

As an Architect I like the Gothic Architecture with grand, tall designs, which swept upwards with height and Grandeur.This specific Cathedral is recognized as one of the important buildings of Paris.Hence I got the idea of drawing the historical buildings which makes me love them more every time I draw them.

What does this mean to you?

I tend to have emotional association with all of the drawings and sketches I do, not only because of the time and effort I put in every piece but also the direction and motivation they give me all the time.This work earned me a lot of appreciation and praise that is very important for an artist to grow more and get that motivation!

What can you tell us about yourself?

Drawing was my natural thing since childhood.My best part of school was the drawing classes then it grows more and more stronger when I become an Architect, so naturally have a strong liking and interest for the architecture around the world.On the other hand sketching is a way for me to get myself relaxed and de-stress because what I believe is Sketching is better than Talking. 🙂

What more can you tell us about your art?

I do not stick to one particular style and technique and I am always in search of different styles and techniques to work with.I also accept commissions and sell my original drawings and prints.I work on high quality acid -free paper and use waterproof and fade proof ink pens so that my work will stay like that.

To see more of Ar_Beee’s art please follow the link below to see their Instagram page 

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