The materials list stated:
Watercolor inks, markers, paint brushes, and a fully charged cellphone and headphones.
We were all wondering what it was going to be for.
It turned out the workshop today was about the Blaue Reiter movement and how Kandinsky introduced music in his paintings, associating colours to sounds, introducing rythm into the painting.
So we had to paint the garden while listening to Scriabin’s Prometheus, trying to merge visual and sound stimuli. Pretty hard to reach Kandinsky’s level of abstraction.
It was easier to do with the second exercise, where we had to zoom in on the texture of a tree or a plant.
Here’s the result:
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