TASK ONE Drawing the Object Drawing Perception

Frida Kahlo notebooks

Task 1: From Tuesday 27th to Tuesday 11th Oct Seminar 

A; HOME / The Domestic: Select an object ( 2d or 3d ) an object that suggests a memory or a time or sense of place - respond to this object with drawing in inks and charcoal and paint Chalk etc use black and white - maybe colour later after 20 or so studies  - make notes - improvise

B; MUSEUM / GALLERY OBJECT Select a Museum or Gallery Object or even an Antique shop object in a staged environment - NOT AT HOME but a setting and a context where the object is classified as 'special' and therefore is 'displayed' and on view. Draw the quality or history that draws you to the object / Image - ask what do you admire in this object, Its history and its story ? - imagine ? make notes

Draw several objects from the above or be specific. The AIM is that you EXPERIMENT and cultivate your Visual Language so do consider and experiment with a variety of marks and scales and paper sizes and paper surfaces as discussed this week - look to communicate feeling texture and meaning ? make notes, Prose etc 

Plan for next week: Tuesday 4th Oct SELF DIRECTED MUSEUM Drawing & OR Self directed in Studio drawing - dependent on what work you need to progress and what objects you have developed

Meet Up seminar groups at 12.00 -1pm  and another at 4..30 pm - 5pm  Cancelled

YOU CHOOSE YOUR GROUP TIME FOR PEER DISCUSSIONS and TUTORIAL INPUT with Mack 12-1pm or 2- 2.45pm         4.30 - 5.30 Now cancelled   

The DEADLINE for Task 1; is Tuesday 11th Oct 

PIN UP Critique in studio 10.30 to 1pm     ( and at 2pm new TASK 2 BRIEFING )

Barbara Hepworths influence 'CLICK' on image to ENLARGE & READ THIS page above 

Samuel Palmer age 16

Liz Frink above Eva Hesse Below

Good article here http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/art/art-reviews/5948238/Eva-Hesse-her-dark-materials.html and get the Eva Hesse book I recommended on Tuesday
*RESEARCH HER WORK & ETHOS - see Amazon uk books for Eva Hesse book and see below

The images above are from Tom Phillips ongoing piece The Humument, a treated tranformed and drawn on old Victorian book 

READING material Susan Sontag