September 27, 2015
Week 1+2 has been about breaking all preconceptions of drawing - or even the idea of drawing.
We started off doing some 'straight-forward' drawing, rotating between figure and still compositions.
This portrait is a portrait of Kim, I believe. I spent ages on it because I wasn't happy with how it looked. The room where I worked was very cramped, so I stood in a small space, squeezed in...
September 16, 2015
Barbara Hepworth's wooden carvings have been...a pleasure to see ( an supposedly, to touch, if only they had permitted that....)
(photography was banned in the exhibition, so I only managed to take two sneaky photos...)
The following is from google:
I don't usually find myself attracted to sculptures/carvings made the conventional way, but this piece -inspired by the Cornish caves - r...
September 14, 2015
Peace. Serenity. Control.
I couldn't appreciate Martin's paintings though I did admire their minimalistic precision and finesse.
It felt too restrained in my opinion, but I am certain that the artist purposely sets personal boundaries to her work.
Images from google.
September 7, 2015
September 5, 2015
September 3, 2015
Revisiting the Biennale in Shanghai...
September 2, 2015
To be honest, I've only seen three pavilions - China Corporate United, Korea and Italy.
But my dad took an insane amount of photographs of his visit, so here it is, Expo 2015 through the eyes of Papa Chin:
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