Webinar – Live Hub via padlet 07/03/21

Webinar – Live Hub via padlet 07/03/21

This was my first joining of this group which I learnt of through Simon Chirgwin and a letter from Dan Robinson.

Hilary Farrow

Looking at beauty and the sublime.

I liked that it had moved on and had more ambiguous elements

What makes a space into a place – more dynamic images – think about the edges. 

Jonathan Hall

https://johnathanhall.smugmug.com/Projects/Reconstructing-Deptford

Reconstructing Deptford

I have not seen any of Alan’s work before. 

I liked the playfulness of the images – was not sure that the poetry was anthropomorphic

Surreal and reminded me of improbably people in Escher or Super Mario. Improbable world.

Needed more breathing space as too much text and too dense. 

Better to have some comments by people in Deptford.

Simon Chirgwin

I see Simons’ work quite regularly. 

This is an assignment about beauty and the sublime

https://www.theartstory.org/definition/the-sublime-in-art/history-and-concepts/

Sublime it that dark wild Turneresque painting and beauty more Constable.

There are modern practitioners.

Dawn Tomlin

“Then there is the half-drawn idea… which symbolises how I spend my nights creating artworks on my iPad because I do not sleep as I have CPTSD.”

I did like these portraits with labels of Void and emotions. I thought that they all could be void. Emotional void – scale would include sadness, depression, send nihilism, fatigue upset stress

They are in the unpleasant- deactivated side as opposed to the activated and pleasant things 

https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/emotion/

Kate Aston – creative pathway. 

These are emotions – we don’t need to be told that. Follow your own feelings and direction.

What did I learn?

Helen Rosenmeir – idea of having all the images presented as a scrolling roll – blog roll.

I will present my work. 

You can over comment on the work. Maybe that is the case. Exhibition.  

Webinar – Live Hub via padlet 07/03/21

This was my first joining of this group which I learnt of through Simon Chirgwin and a letter from Dan Robinson.

Hilary Farrow

Looking at beauty and the sublime.

I liked that it had moved on and had more ambiguous elements

What makes a space into a place – more dynamic images – think about the edges. 

Jonathan Hall

https://johnathanhall.smugmug.com/Projects/Reconstructing-Deptford

Reconstructing Deptford

I have not seen any of Alan’s work before. 

I liked the playfulness of the images – was not sure that the poetry was anthropomorphic

Surreal and reminded me of improbably people in Escher or Super Mario. Improbable world.

Needed more breathing space as too much text and too dense. 

Better to have some comments by people in Deptford.

Simon Chirgwin

I see Simons’ work quite regularly. 

This is an assignment about beauty and the sublime

https://www.theartstory.org/definition/the-sublime-in-art/history-and-concepts/

Sublime it that dark wild Turneresque painting and beauty more Constable.

There are modern practitioners.

Dawn Tomlin

“Then there is the half-drawn idea… which symbolises how I spend my nights creating artworks on my iPad because I do not sleep as I have CPTSD.”

I did like these portraits with labels of Void and emotions. I thought that they all could be void. Emotional void – scale would include sadness, depression, send nihilism, fatigue upset stress

They are in the unpleasant- deactivated side as opposed to the activated and pleasant things 

https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/emotion/

Kate Aston – creative pathway. 

These are emotions – we don’t need to be told that. Follow your own feelings and direction.

What did I learn?

Helen Rosenmeir – idea of having all the images presented as a scrolling roll – blog roll.

I will present my work. 

Following your own feelings is the right thing to do.

You can over comment on the work. Maybe that is the case today. Exhibition.