Contour drawing online: March 29, 2020

This is “corona-free-zone” 🙂

Since making art is not cancelled, let’s use this opportunity to be together and do something fun!

Contour drawings are really easy and fun to make, no previous experience is needed! You can do it on your own or with your family / friends!

All you need is some paper and something to draw with – pencil, pen, marker, whatever you have 🙂

As the Studio is closed due to the lock-down, your donation would be greatly appreciated!
It’s on “pay what you can if you can” basis
mobilepay: 71437363; paypal: anna.sircova [at] gmail.com

We will meet on Sunday, March 29, at 11.00am Copenhagen time.

The meeting will take place online:
https://tinyurl.com/sbr7pyr

100 Days of Inner Art – Work in Progress

This year I am joining #the100dayproject with #100daysofinnerart. For now it is an exploration of my emotions on a particular day. I also observe what catches my attention that day, what is the greater context and transform that mix into abstract paintings. So far it has been an interesting journey to see how the brushstrokes change, which brush I tend to use and what are the dominant colors in the palette.

Trip to Tunisia – March 2017

My field study trip to Tunisia was very inspiring and full of unexpected discoveries. What struck me the most was the light – it is something very special there. The sky seems to be so high and the light is amazing. It’s hard to explain what is it exactly about it. So if you’re curious, I just invite you to visit Tunisia and see and experience it yourself.

I am considering to organize a Finding Creative Flow – a sketching and writing trip to Tunisia later on this year, possibly in October – November. Join my Newsletter to get the first notification about it.

I was happy to study a bit before the trip about the journey that  Paul Klee and August Macke took in Tunisia back in 1914. It gave me a few hints what to look for and where.

I have visited Testour and saw the clock that goes backwards. Spent a memorable day in Dougga exploring the Phoenician and Roman architecture. The way they built houses, streets, baths, and of course, the mosaics.

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