In many of my public artworks, I have used the tree to bring nature into the city environment. At Woodmansterne School the children did drawings of the school values. That large leaf in the final sculpture represents ‘Responsibility’. Perhaps responsibility for the environment? Trees in a City Park, 2020. Alkyd resin enamel oil paint on…
When I first visited Portsmouth Cathedral, I saw the wonderful tondo by Andrea Della Robbia. This small artwork evokes Motherhood, divinity, and fruit, combining the earthly with the divine.
Sculpture is usually made up of physical objects. The challenge is to bring something more to this physical form. Whether with emotions, thought or spirit.
On a recent visit to LA I visited some old sculptures which have traveled very far. This started me thinking about sculptures on the road…
Art must open out and fill our hearts, whether with emotions, thought or spirit.
Family Tree was a touring exhibition of sculpture and prints exploring the ways we are all connected using the tree as its central metaphor.
Who doesn’t love a book? How great to lose yourself in the inner world of an author.
IMMORTALS – new works by Randy Klein
GX Gallery, 1-19 September 2015
43 Denmark Hill London SE5 8RS www.gxgallery.com
…which brings me back to thinking about the Divine Comedy of Dante. In Dante’s time, like our own, there were corrupt politicians and greedy bankers too. But he had a solution for this – to send them into the bowels of hell.
“Always carry a sketchbook with you”.
“Waiting for inspiration to strike is OK. Just make sure there’s a brush in your hand and you’re standing I front of a canvas when inspiration strikes”. – Robert Henri