Whenever I respond strongly to art, I always try to figure out why. If it’s an ‘I hate that!’ response, I ask myself if the work or works in question pushed one or more of my buttons in some way. 724 more words
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At the end of the exhibition are two paintings which sort of sum up the artistic career of Emily Carr. Both of Beacon Hill in Victoria, where she lived most of her life. 302 more words
From the sublime to modernism: Peder Balke at the National Gallery and Emily Carr at the Dulwich Picture Gallery.
Off the beaten track: Antonia Jackson discovers the beautiful landscapes of Peder Balke (1804-1887) at the National Gallery and Emily Carr (1871-1945) at the Dulwich Picture Gallery. 676 more words
It’s been a while since I went to the Dulwich Picture Gallery, but I’m so glad I made the trek. It was a poster that I saw on at my train station for the Emily Carr exhibition that kept catching my eye, depicting her ‘Indian Church’. 65 more words