Tag: artist research

Ego // –

Kruger Inspiration   –   Prof Ina suggested I use red tape or something physical to play around in my works to make it more interesting. I was quite terrified to put tape on the paintings I had already done because it would be a 50-50 chance of great discovery or peeling paint off hours of work. But hey the… Read more →

Ego // –

Just a heads up: This project probably got too personal. – I knew I wanted to paint once my idea was planned out. It was then crucial to push the style and application to bring out my ideas. Even the simple change of paint application (impasto/high degree of finish/smudgy) can bring out a different mood. And so I defer back to… Read more →

Research // – 1

Automatism “In fine art, the term “automatism” most often refers to a technique of subconscious drawing in which the artist allows his unconscious mind to take control.”   Detaching oneself from the process of creating art, allowing marks to be made based solely on one’s thoughts – that would be automatism’s true meaning. Artists like Rene Magritte used this as… Read more →

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