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Painting of the Week - Mark Rothko

Painting of the week goes to this simple yet striking painting by one of the greats – Mark Rothko. The green and tangerine contrast, juxtapose and complement one another so well, and due to the simple form of the piece – the eye is able to concentrate and appreciate the colours and how they interact with one another. 45 more words



Quite a few years ago now my mum, Grace, decided to study a course at The Open University on The Arts & Humanity. Through her time studying this she taught me quite a lot about different artists I had never heard of before, but have grown to completely fall in love with. 292 more words

my father thinks it looks like a woman trying on a dress

wearing high heels.

Harvard Art Museum wouldn’t let me take photos of the art, so I’m attaching the photo from their website below.

Yes, I can see what he means, but he also couldn’t see the trees for the forest. 304 more words



The theory is that if subtlety is taken to extremes what remains to be seen must be so intrinsic to the process that it cannot be eliminated. 226 more words

Compound Art

Presentation Outcome & Feedback

Presentation Outcome:

Although the presentation itself wasn’t being assessed my engagement with the module was, so putting together a good presentation, adhering to the requirements and having my ideas and experimentations and associated research would be assessed. 1,070 more words