Hampstead School of Art
During the lockdown, our #GetCreativeHSoA Daily Challenge proved to be so popular we've decided to keep the challenge going, on a weekly basis.
The #GetCreativeHSoA Weekly Challenge is open to anyone. We invite you to interpret them in your own way and let your imagination out to play!
Here's #GetCreativeHSoA No.274 another of our Weekly Creative Challenges.
Be inspired by artist John Murphy Woolford based in the UK. “A plate, how should it be interrogated? Perspectively through a system? Eyeballed? Precise or loose? How fluid how fixed?” this is what Murphy Woolford considers. Paul Cezanne put apples on his & painted them together, Vincent van Gogh with lemons, Caroline Deane brings plates to life with feelings. In this painting Murphy Woolford maximises the purity of the subject, capturing its essential characteristics through paint in all its materiality. Look at van Gogh Caroline Deane, Cezanne, to make your own version using the materials of your choice.
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