Rembrandt: Lightening the Darkness

I recently went to see an exhibition of Rembrandt's etchings that was on in Norwich's Castle Museum. This exhibition featured more than seventy of Rembrandt's etchings, of a range of sizes and subjects. I was particularly interested in his approach to portraiture, and was surprised by how small some of the works were! I noted … Continue reading Rembrandt: Lightening the Darkness


Research point: Landscape artists working in series

Project 2 Landscape Research point When looking at some historic and contemporary artists who work in series with the landscape I saw some interesting techniques. I had already seen some of the work from the more well known artists like Monet, Cézanne and David Hockney, but thought it worth refreshing my knowledge of these before … Continue reading Research point: Landscape artists working in series

360º studies

Project 2 Landscape Exercise 3: 360º studies The course book for this suggested an expansive landscape, so I continued my walking from the last exercise and found a spot on a field at UEA.   Learning points / notes: The space wasn't as 'expansive' as I'd originally thought; Fifteen minutes goes really quickly, had problems … Continue reading 360º studies