Morning meeting with Buddhist friends to chant and learn and deepen faith & friendship. Afternoon avoiding damp allotment and losing myself in the story of someone else's life
📚 Reading material for art lovers. Something, someone explained to me years ago about understanding contemporary art. Link in our bio takes you straight to he article. The analogy of an oaktree and a grass pasture. 🌳 🌿🌿🌿🌿 how we can view the art world, its baggage 🧳 and where are now. #artread#gallerysorellesciarone#contemporaryart#artsoninstagram#analogy
Apparently cavemen painted pictures of animals being killed with spears on cave walls as a lucky omen. It’s just one of the useful pieces of trivia I’ve picked up in this book. But honestly it’s a good read. I sometimes wonder if eventually I’ll give up on “doing” art and spend my time reading about it instead. What I love about this idea is the environmental aspect. The waste involved with the creative hobbies of mine, whether it be painting or sewing really bothers me. But at present I have so many materials to use up that I bought in a fit of excitement while at art school that it will be years before I’m actually confronted with the dilemma as to whether to quit or not. I have this idea that I want to use what I have without having to buy much more. #wastereallybothersme#consumingtocreate#artread
Thank you @yazzybz for making our last night #bookclub gathering so much fun! Thank you @kitchentableapp for collab.
Our next #book is Francis Bacon in Your Blood by Michael Peppiatt
Thank you @mariondiquinzio for suggestion!