Friday, 3 October 2008

The trip to Compton Verney


03 October 2008 The first trip arranged by my university was to the gallery of Compton Verney. The great mansion turned gallery was host to numerous of interesting exhibits. the main exhibits showing this day (and the start of our assignment), were works by Jack B. Yeats and Oskar Kokoschka. While Kokoschka's work involved a kind of life n' times during the 2 world wars, Yeats work, done a little before that time, focused on the many aspects of the circus and the performers. It was quite an insperational trip and its givin me a few ideas, plus a bit of motivation for researching circuses.
The sketch shown here is a doodle that I was doing on the way back home. Its supposed to be a jester's wand, since I was thinking on the lines of circus clowns.

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Anonymous E, Nygma said...

Hey Alan, the faults with your computer, but i kinda guessed you already knew that.

29 October 2008 at 07:25  

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