🍰 🎵 HELLO DARLINGS, I ADORE THE MUSIC WRITTEN BY HENRY (THIS IS ALSO MY NAME) MANCINI. IN MY OPINION HE WAS ONE OF THE BEST COMPOSERS OF 20th. CENTURY.
Monthly Archives: February 2020
💚 😜 HI DEARS! I SIMPLY ADMIT BE A FAN OF PISTACHIOS AND ITS GREEN COLOUR.
🍝🍛🍜🍳 WELL DEARS, THE KITCHEN CAN ALSO BE A WORKSHOP OF ANOTHER KIND OF ART.
Something about Cooking Together
They stood so closely as they chopped onions, their body language stating that they clearly were a team and were clearly delighted to be with each other. There was something about this young couple cooking together that got my heart.
At the time all I completed was a line sketch and then later tonight I added color. I surrounded then with dark colors to try and emphasize their togetherness, but I think I overdid the darks.
🎩💄💋💘HELLO SISTERS. IN MY OPINION A GOOD SKETCH IS A PERFECT DECOY FOR MOVIES.
I’m back at it again with another blogathon. This time, it’s one which celebrates all things Katharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy. The blogathon is hosted by In the Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood and it is taking place over the weekend of the 11th-13th. My contribution, however, is specifically looking at Katharine Hepburn and her fashionable looks on and off screen.
My interest in Katharine Hepburn’s costume choices in films and fashion in general came about during the writing of my dissertation. I was looking for another case study to contrast with my first which was Vivien Leigh. My advisor suggested Katharine Hepburn, as she is someone who is seen as the complete opposite of Leigh’s lady-like grace and glamour. In fact, the reason most people see Katharine Hepburn as a fashion icon because she seemed to not care about others opinions around what she…
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🐯 🌍 💞 DEAR SISTERS, IN MY OPINION THIS ARTIST IS INCREDIBLE. HER WORK IS SO GENUINE AND WONDERFUL. FOR MORE INFO, HER SITE IS THIS
Ruby Onyinyechi Amanze, ‘Kindred’, 2014. Graphite, ink, pigment, enamel, photo transfers, glitter. Courtesy Tiwani Contemporary.
Interview with Ruby Onyinyechi Amanze about her drawing practice before the opening of the group show Mutations at Tiwani Contemporary. Nigerian born Amanze was brought up in Britain and received her fine art training in the United States. She is currently based in Brooklyn, New York City, where she has a studio. In 2006 she graduated with a Masters of Fine Art from the Cranbrook Academy of Art (Michigan). Amanze was a Fulbright Scholar Recipient in Art at the University of Nigeria in 2012/13. Mutations at Tiwani Contemporary closes 5 July 2014.
This interview is published in ‘this is tomorrow’ (publication date: 13 June 2014).
Yvette Greslé: Drawing is central to your practice. You speak about its vulnerability and its humanness. What happens in that space-time between yourself and the surface you are about…
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🙌 HELLO DARLINGS, YOU CAN ACHIEVE SOMETHING WONDERFUL. CLOTHES AND PENCILS ARE IN YOUR HANDS.
This is not a sad fishing post. I don’t say it’s a shit drawing just to get you lot to say “no, no it’s fab, your fab…“. It’s really about being honest and saying that not every drawing turns out how Iwant it. For every successful drawing there are dozens of fails or not quite rights. In this age of everything being ‘Insta-perfect’ I think that message sometimes get lost.
It’s February already and this is my first post for 2020!. It has been a hell of a start to the year in my part of Australia with fires, hail storms, and unbearably hot temperatures. As a result I haven’t been able to spend much time drawing but have, through much procrastinating on the lounge, discovered Domestika.
Domestika is “the largest creative community in Spanish”. They offer tonnes of online courses from some amazing Spanish speaking artists…
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