About a month ago I had a meeting in London, which placed me quite near the Tate Britain. I decided to bunk off for the afternoon and work in the evening (the joys of freelance!) Having my Tate pass is brilliant because it means I can walk into any exhibit, at any point, without having […]
One of my friends gave me a kaleidoscope making kit for Christmas. One of the great things about it is being able to put whatever you like in it to see what happens. Hannah and I experimented with beads, jewellery and random objects we had laying around. A lot of awesome photos after the jump!
I must get better at cleaning up my nails post mani… Anyway, for this week I chose colours which reminded me of Klee’s more exploratory work, and then using striping tape to make shapes that reminded me of Assyrian Games. I hadn’t used striping tape before, and am now in love with it. Looking forward […]
Paul Klee has been described as “one of the most important artists of the early twentieth century” with a wide and varied career. Not afraid of exploring just about anything, Klee’s work is a vibrant visual delight sure to capture your imagination.
Going with an autumnal theme, we collected some leaves from the park, covered them with paint and experimented with printing them on coloured paper.