For Art Journal Journey, light and darkness, I have a hybrid piece,
using an old photo of a street corner in the East End
of London, combined digitally
with the grungy background:
I am sharing some more artwork from the K20 museum.
First of all, the one and only Marc Chagall:
This shows a Jewish man dressed in his
prayer shawl (Tallith), and holding a Lulav
( a bundle made up of branches of the palm, myrtle and
willow trees) and an etrog, a sort of lemon,
symbolic fruits and plants which are
used in the Feast of Booths (Sukkoth):
And as a contrast, Joseph Beuys' 'Palazzo', where all of the
objects in the room belong together:
I found it interesting, and I always love the white space,
but his assemblage is not quite my thing!
Have a great day you all, take care,
and thanks a lot for coming by!