Do I think too mush?
Do I think too mush?
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W: 600mm x H: 900mm x D: 50mm
W: 24" x H: 35" x D: 2"
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About "Do I think too mush?"
The children in my new sieries of ink and bleach works are people I know, love and relate to. I expressively painted cute photos of my friends, family and self playing around when we were little (about 1 to 5 years).
It was fun, I felt like I was playing, and it makes them happy to see themselves playing and looking happy.
Why do children play? Is it just a simple, harmless way of passing the time, of keeping them happily employed so that they do not interfere unduly with the important business of adult living? Does play any real significance for them? It is an activity which is concerned with the whole of their being, not with just one small part of them, and to deny the right to play is to deny the right to live and grow.
This work takes a look at the passion, love and happiness that we create and that we so often admire in children. As well as learning to know more about inspiration and motivation in the hope of finding purpose and meaning. Getting passionate, celebrating life and always learning more is much of what this work is about. Dr. Brian Sutton-Smith said “The opposite of play isn't work, it's depression.”
In my previous research I have looked at matters of spirituality and believing, matters of culture, talent and health and how they relate to art and passion. The passion, love and happiness that we create and that we so often admirer in children. Looking at learning to know more about inspiration and motivation in the hope of finding purpose and meaning.
Getting passionate, celebrating life and always learning more is much of what my art is about.
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Tarryn Gordon’s artistic talent started from an early age. She has amazing skills working with a very wide range of artistic style, medium and technique, depending on the project at hand.Such examples are airbrushing, oil painting, drawing/illustration and new media.
A Professional self motivated Artist.
Tarryn has dedicated her life to inspiring people to live a happier, more meaningful and fulfilling life though the medium of Art. An idenifled talent acquainted with methodological processes, historical contexts and theoretical frameworks that underpin the broad subject area of Art. With a good grasp on how art in all it forms are exhibited, interpreted and promoted.
The Knysna Art Studio and Galley:
A Fine Art Studio and Gallery, that focuses on original and inspiring works of art around South Africa and abroad. As well as the more accomplished artists we also identify new talent and help support their thinking process and concepts. With a good understanding of professional exhibitions our gallery is sure to meet the artist’s needs. Not only are there works of art, we also offer a framing service to create a finished piece of art.
Fine Art Graduate The Ruth Prowse school of Art, Ca
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