I’ve never been one for art.
In fact, I could probably count the amount of art galleries I’ve visited on one hand.
Am I uncultured? Probably.
Am I a heathen? Possibly.
I feel that, as a creative, I should probably rectify this – I’ve always had an eye for design, but have never let it flourish – preferring to spend my creative time around words.
So, as I’ve completely changed my surroundings recently, I’ve decided to surround my new room with some art.
Not too much.
But just enough.
A couple of images that will make me think. Because, that’s what good art should do.
The first one is Picasso’s ‘3 musicians’ (which you can see above) – and not just because it was cheap in a Cyber Monday sale…
Just because the things I create centre around paragraphs, full stops and hyphens – it doesn’t mean I can’t be inspired by something else.
Perhaps I should visit a few art galleries when I have some free time. I can see a new series of blog posts beginning – ‘Understanding Art: An Idiot’s Guide’.
Watch this space.
(image credit: wikipedia)
The Guide sounds like a fun idea, done with humour and whimsy. Picasso is a good starting point.
That’s where I’ll start…
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