Interesting article here about an exhibition: https://kateocafoundation.wordpress.com/2017/09/20/gaugin-artist-as-alchemist/ Sounds like something I would have liked to have seen.
Starting to work through various ideas. At the moment my favourite is a day out in Le Touquet: Continue reading “Project 5.2: Storyboard”
This is possibly an odd question, but it derives from needing to choose a way forward for my practice, and further study. I have two paths forward (as an OCA degree): “Fine Art” or “Creative Arts.” Continue reading “What is “Fine Art”, and how might you do it?”
My tutor for Drawing Foundations made a potentially throw away comment that “Sculptors using drawing differently” during our Assignment 4 review session. On reflection I thought this was important to follow up on as a piece of research, as to what the comment meant and implied. I can partly answer this from my own experience. In late-stage drawings that will be mapped to a sculpture it is important that the skills of drawing in perspective are put to one side. These drawings have more in common with architectural drawings than pieces of expressive artwork. I don’t think, however, this this is the full story. There is, therefore, a fruitful avenue for investigation available which could help move me forwards. Continue reading “How do sculptors use drawing?”
As the Project calls for “an abstract image on the theme of balance” I’ve been reflecting on the connotations of that. Initially my thinking was “Balance of what?” Continue reading “Project 5.1: Reflections on balance”