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Understand Modern Art By Making It_The Frozen Princes And Abstract Babies Podcasts. Some art appears incomprehensible and impossibly strange. I show you from the inside out why artists make what they do, how to make art yourself and how by understanding through making art you experience the world as you've never before. Come along with me and develop sense organs you didn't know you had.
 
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Being taught as opposed to finding out for yourself. Your own language takes you to the other arts and philosophy and sciences. Figures appearing as indications of spirituality in Morphic Fields. The beauty of the straight line. Nella Lush www.nellalush.comCelia Hemken www.celiahhemken.comDrawing: Ink Broken Line by Celia Hemken…
 
Not walking the straight line. That a tree is full of mathematics. You're not fickle if you want to keep changing. Making up your own language of numbers, letters and symbols. Turns out everyone understands you. Uncovering and covering layers. Whatever comes out of you is you and is all encompassing - it's a fractal. Celia Hemken www.celiahemken.co…
 
An invisible presence is with you when you're making art. Soaring, censorious and silly soul. No effort. Eventually looking around at your art's own place in the wider world.Nella Lush www.nellalush.comCelia Hemken www.celiahemken.comDrawing: Celia Hemken - Angels - as morphic fields/pathogens저자 Celia Hemken
 
Whether talking and thinking about art detracts from it. Talking about art is art. Words incorporated into art. Looking is as good as eating and a constant source of entertainment. Taking it out into the world. And then there’s money.Celia Hemken www.celiahemken.comNella Lush www.nellalush.comPainting: Nella Lush - geometry with text…
 
Knowing when a painting is finished. Parameters of emptiness and fullness. Being allowed to paint. This is all so fun. Fast and slow painting. When it’s done it keeps on painting without you.Nella Lush www.nellalush.comCelia Hemken www.celiahemken.comPainting: Nella Lush - textures and layers저자 Celia Hemken
 
Starting, what's in between and when it ends. Knowing when a painting is finished. Parameters of emptiness and fullness. Being allowed to paint. This is all so fun. Fast and slow painting. When it’s done it keeps on painting without you.Celia Hemken www.celiahemken.comNella Lush www.nellalush.comDrawing: Spiral by Celia Hemken…
 
2 Artists: Celia Hemken and Nella Lush talk about entry points to bypass judgement, inhibition and about not having confidence. Worrying about technique. That life makes the art. Whether mistakes are mistakes. Close up and far away can change what you’re making. Paintings paint themselves.www.nellalush.comwww.celiahemken.comPainting: Prima Vera by …
 
Countering artistic self-doubt with the idea that what we produce being a fractal automatically encapsulates the whole, referencing the Golden Record in Episode #1 & #2. The significance of creativity for the future of our species as the mechanistic work of Charlie Chaplin's "Modern Times" disappears and the importance of maintaining our connection…
 
Understanding Autism through making art, my sister's innate sense of lines and curves which are the intrinsic language of the universe, the pleasurable sensation of movement, filling space and emptying it, my Synaesthesia. Words are pictures and we are all living, breathing, moving paintings and drawings.Image: Drawing by Verity Hemken…
 
Describing how I can't laugh at films spoofing the pretentious language of the artworld anymore. How the language of colour forms when you immerse yourself in playing with colour - how relationships emerge between colours, their place on the spectrum, the physics of colour, how your personal palette shows up clearly applying colour, notions of harm…
 
Talking more about the spontaneous, free approach to painting as described in Episode #4 and the problem of how important technical proficiency is in art/creativity versus a more intimate, authentic and original search for expression where technique occurs as a by-product rather than the focus.Image: Painting Poppet by Celia Hemken…
 
In this episode I'm expanding on a painting/drawing technique accessing the imagination and subconscious as discussed in Episode #4. I'm also describing the non-verbal language of abstraction observed in babies experimenting with their physical world, why they are compelled to do it as are artists.Image: Painting Wax And Pen Celia Hemken…
 
First of a series about understanding modern art by making it yourself. This episode is about how when you start making art yourself you realise that you become more sensitised to the world and that's a wonderful thing even if you end up sobbing in an art gallery with security looking on.(*_+).Image: Painting Butterfly Painting by Celia Hemken…
 
About how a particular piece of art can contain so many meanings and layers, what Pareidolias are and how art emerges from the imagination and memory. Also I'm revealing how the materials for making art can be invented, appearing by accident and how something you make can be so childlike, so innocent, but contain profound universal themes.Image: Pa…
 
About how art contains ideas of a human being's place in space, geometry, what the Voyager I & II missions mean for art - what verticals and horizontals, above and below in art signify, about leaving the past behind and using art to face the uncertainty of the future as well as discovering things about yourself you never knew, about how art is maki…
 
This episode is about you accessing your imagination and starting to make your own marks on paper as an entry point to your own creativity by short circuiting the rational, logical side of the brain. How a finished piece of art is a freeze frame of a process, where making art started for me and sleeping in the closet for the sake of art.Image: Draw…
 
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