Tag: tactility

Henry Moore’s blueprint

Henry Moore’s blueprint

The term ’blueprint’ embraces the essence of any creator’s actions, visualizations, thoughts and feelings conveyed physically in the making of art. My observation is that every human being holds within them a combined heritage of characteristics, likes and dislikes, that make them who they are. […]

A guest: Nomi Tannhauser working with placticine

A guest: Nomi Tannhauser working with placticine

It is quite seldom that we come across an artist text about the medium he uses beyond the technical aspects. Curators write about it even less. I am in search of such texts. The actions and mediums are my foundation inner talk as an artist, therapist and […]

About Charcoal

About Charcoal

Each medium of the 17 materials analyzed in The Spirit of Matter begins with keywords. “Charcoal Keywords: flexibility, impulsiveness, movement, power, separation, sensuality, tactility” Here are two examples: Fourth graders were suggested by their art teacher, to use charcoal to draw very quickly a few […]