Hope your weekend is going well.
I was able to visit the K20 Museum today, which houses a wonderful collection of art from the 20th century.
The Museum features a fantastic selection of 20th and 21st century art and was founded 50 years ago. Among the undisputed highlights are key German Expressionist works, as well as paintings by Picasso, Kandinsky, Pollock, and installations by Beuys and Nam June Paik. There are also numerous outstanding examples of classic modernism, of American art after 1945, as well as major installations and photographic, film and video works by contemporary artists.
We only managed to visit the 20th century part today, but I hope to go back another time and see some more!
For Art Journal Journey, through my window, I made another journal page. I was inspired by one of the photos I took of the castle ruins here. My page is very simple - the A3 background was made with left over blue paint. I used structure paste with a CWS stencil to make the 'stones' of the castle. I drew the birds and a bit of greenery, and that was it.
And today I took these window photos while passing by the ruins.
Narrow slits for shooting at unwelcome visitors:
Large ones with wonderful views over the Rhine and the surrounding land:
And I love this entrance, and often go through here just for the fun of it:
Have a great day you all, take care,
and thanks a lot for coming by!