Below are the ideas we used: 1)Silent looking 2)Comparative Looking 3)Blindfold Looking: One person describes the painting while another person draws or paints it without really knowing what the painting looks like. Experience the Art Put yourself in the painting.How do you feel?What are you holding?What smells are in the air?What sounds do you hear?Open your mouth, what do you taste? Soundscape Picking music to go with the art on display.Or listen to music related to the piece of art. Create Art Pairing Allow participants to taste the food items on paintings while looking at the painting. Touch Allow people to touch items or pieces of art. Using items that are displaced in a painting, allow viewers to feel themselves in the painting. Smell Give viewers scent samples and ask them to relate them to a particular painting or piece of artwork. Ask them to tell a story about how the scent and the painting are related.
SLOW ART 2019
The morning started with a NUDE (undraped) model who was fantastic with her poses. She has international training. The afternoon was great fun as we explored paintings. One of the most fun was to have everyone sit with their backs to the painting and attempt to draw the artwork as Barry Levine described it. New member, Carol Merrett, engaged the group by asking us to guess what her paintings were before she unveiled her acrylic textured paintings. One of the artists was an art teacher from Texas, Scott Serafica, who brought a beautiful oil still life which we paired with a cup of fragrant tea alongside the easel to complement the teapot in the painting. This gave the viewer a sense of smell (tea) about the painting. Really want to do this again next year.
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