Henry Moore, "The Artist’s Hands", 1974, page from Red Notebook 1969-77, carbon line, charcoal, coloured crayon, chinagraph, ballpoint pen on off-white medium weight wove
Anton Alvarez. This image attracted me simply because this artist has taken something that represents strength and control - a marble pillar - and morphed it and squished it down to make it appear flexible and easy to manipulate. This juxtaposition of strength and compliance I find really interesting, as well just the aesthetic of this piece that to me looks similar to the folded, creased but also set and solid fabric medium that I will be using.
Cath Riley - food for thought: pineapple
Albrecht Dürer (German, 1471-1528), Sechs Kissen (Six Pillows), 1493, ink on…
Shelter Sketch Book (1945) Henry Moore. Sleepers in the bomb shelters during…
This working drawing by the renowned draftsman Adolph Menzel (1815 - 1905) is an…
Anton Alvarez: Autonomous Manufacturing System 1.0 : 19th March - 5th June 2016 #nccd @The National Centre for Craft & Design
Albrecht Durer Bringing maths, perspective and ideal proportions into Art.
Giorgio Morandi - "Grande natura morta con la lampada a destra", etching, 1928
Albrecht Durer, 1471-1528
// Drapery Study, Albrecht Durer 1528 - "Albrecht, we need you now!