Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Week 3: Real VS Imaginary - Small VS Large. Further insights into project

is a comic artist who made an entire city in his basement out of carboard. the buildings have been displayed in the Art Gallery of Ontario and also in New York Galleries.

Loretta Lux,
creates imaginary portraits which address the idea of childhood as a paradise lost.  The artist utilizes photography, painting and digital imaging to execute her compositions, creating scenarios of isolation and distance that occur in an ambiguous time and space while referencing paintings by Old Masters, such as Bronzino, Velasquez and Goya.

Slinkachu blog
My 'Little People Project' started in 2006. It involves the remodelling and painting of miniature model train set characters, which I then place and leave on the street.

miniature set building,

Ways to construct your set.
I'm not expecting you to build some amazingly detailed and expensive miniature set but rather just get creative with the materials you have at your disposal, e.g.,
Carboard from boxes
Lego or other building bricks
Objects, books, boxes, drawers cupboards, pipes

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