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Sterett-Gittings Kelsey

A video celebration of the work of Artspan member Sterett-Gittings Kelsey

“To capture the essence of dance in bronze while gifting each figure with an independent spirit, implied movements and an imagined soul is my challenge. 32 more words

Bronze Sculpture

From Flickr: "Deux Danseuses" by lluisribesmateu1969

1898. Pastel on paper. 50 x 35 cm. Johannesburg Art Gallery, Johannesburg.

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Movement: Day One

I’ve been really focussing on drawing recently and a couple of weekends ago I took part in a two day workshop focussing on movement. I have drawn a model on the move before but ages ago and with quite limited, slow and repetitive moments which made it hard but not too hard. 56 more words

Monet for Nothing

Inventing Impressionism – National Gallery

The world is full of talented people whose work is doomed to languish in obscurity unless they get a lucky break. 490 more words


Have Your Art & Read It Too

I’m a very avid reader, but lately school work has taken over all my free time and I haven’t had much time to crack open a book (to read purely for fun that is, art history textbooks are a different story!) But when I graduate in a month in a half, I already have a list of books I want to read again. 399 more words

Where Creativity Works

Favourite Paintings 15: Gustave Caillebotte, Skiffs on the Yerres, 1877

Some men paddle their skiffs along a wooded river: a study in rippled reflections, bright ochre paddles, and watery greens and blues. Caillebotte was not only a patron of Impressionism, but shows that he was one of its Masters too. 1,609 more words