For Art Journal Journey, Susi's theme of collage, I have an A3 piece, which is one of three inspired by the work of Enrico Baj, an Italian artist, writer and anarchist. I drew the figures on book pages, cut them out and collaged them onto a background painted with black gesso, into which I stamped to give some texture. I added the yellow border as a sign of hope, something we always need, however dark the times may be.
I am also linking to Paint Party Friday, hosted by Eva and Kristin:
I am sharing some more photos taken at the K21 Museum of modern art.
This was a film presentation, which was okay, but not exciting, but I do love this photo of the three people sitting watching it:
The next presentations are from Chiharu Shiota, who says
'All I was thinking about was connecting people's feelings with yarn.'
She creates room filling installations made with wool thread,
investing them with the memories of unknown people.
The web of yarn protects the memories and catches them in a
cocoon. I found it a bit scary to walk through the web,
as everything seemed to be blurry:
Have a good day, take care,
and don't lose hope.
Thanks a lot for coming by, in hard times
we need each other more than ever!