Your golden hair, Margarete by Anselm Kiefer. Title derived from Death Fugue by Romanian Jewish poet and WWII survivor Paul Celan. Read more here.
The school year is starting again and so I thought I should air out some of my blogs and other resources because they’ve been put away in the top cupboard during the long break.
Remember the art blog? Art does matter. Remember how, towards the end of last year, I revised the look of the blog so that it came out all svelte and user-friendly?
Well, don’t think it’s been sitting there idly, it’s been hatching lots of new art to stun you. Students, teachers and art lovers, get ready to be inspired by the diverse talent which is about to unfold before your eyes. I snuck in three examples during January (couldn’t help myself), one of which you see above, and then two animations.
This one would be great for a discussion about issues such as beauty, bullying, female exclusivity, perhaps.
Some of you will know that I’m a fan of Russian animation, so here’s a claymation example by Serge Merinov.
So bookmark this blog if you have any interest in art. I’ll do all the work and present you with visual delights throughout the year. What do you say?
PS The wiki is a good accompaniment but you have to take time to browse.
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Thank you so much for creating this amazing resource Tania. Your art blog is FANTASTIC and my students love it. Best wishes for the year ahead. Marie
I love it when you say that, Marie. 🙂