Saturday, 23 June 2012

I've now caught up with Rhomany's classes (see previous post), and here are numbers 2, 3 and 4.
above is after Paul Klee, German Expressionism, which I dislike, but had a go anyway

this one is Pegasus from a coin found in Corinth 700-300 BC - Classical Art

and number 4 is Pre-Raphaelites which is one of my favourites. This is an image transfer, hand-coloured with blending chalks. On the facing page, it has some text from Hamlet, Act IV, Scene V.
I really enjoyed doing these pages as I have awful trouble starting any art these days. Seems like prompted classes are the way to go for me at the moment and that's fine! Thanks Rhomany, I'm enjoying myself.
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