- 4th January, 2016 – 19th February, 2016
- My Visited: 17th February, 2016 (4:00 pm – 5:00 pm)
Waterfront Gallery, University Campus Suffolk, Ipswich
On the 17th February, I visit along with my friends from my course to the Collateral Drawing exhibition, to see and find inspirations for our second year of our studio practice, and my goals was to personally enjoy myself exploring the gallery, finding and picking up different prospects and new information. We saw many different paintings and drawings from many different contemporary artists, but the one art piece that has grabbed my attention, was an ink drawing called “Drawing ‘17” by Glenn Brown. It was the surreal feel and the technique behind the drawing that made me wanted to know more about it.
- The display of Glenn Brown’s “Drawing ’17”
Now in my third year, and for my dissertation, I was using Brown as one of the three artists to study about their strong imagination and their religion themes in their works, and since my “Copies for Inspirations” project is about recreating one of the three chosen artists’ work, based on my primary sources of seeing them in first person; using his drawing in this exhibition would be the perfect opportunity to recreate it, and by doing that would be a challenge, but enjoyable at the same time.
- Gathering around and listening to contemporary artist John Stark and his experiences in art.
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Glenn Brown – Drawing ’17 :