STUDIO 5 RGS
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Iris, 1889, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa--prefer this to his irises in a vase. "If we study Japanese art, then we see a man undoubtedly wise and a philosopher and intelligent, who spends his time–on what?– studying the distance from the earth to the moon?–no: studying Bismarck’s politics? – no, he studies a single blade of grass. But this blade of grass leads him to draw all the plants–then the seasons, the broad features of landscapes, finally animals, and the human figure." VVG

Iris, 1889, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa--prefer this to his irises in a vase. "If we study Japanese art, then we see a man undoubtedly wise and a philosopher and intelligent, who spends his time–on what?– studying the distance from the earth to the moon?–no: studying Bismarck’s politics? – no, he studies a single blade of grass. But this blade of grass leads him to draw all the plants–then the seasons, the broad features of landscapes, finally animals, and the human figure." VVG

Liesl Pfeffer combines her photographs to create abstract nature-inspired collages. One could label her work as “mixed media”, though she’s given herself the title of “photo-media artist”.

Liesl Pfeffer combines her photographs to create abstract nature-inspired collages. One could label her work as “mixed media”, though she’s given herself the title of “photo-media artist”.

Hockney decided to move back to photography after his exhibition 'A bigger picture' even though he said he'd never touch a camera again!

Hockney decided to move back to photography after his exhibition 'A bigger picture' even though he said he'd never touch a camera again!