Barbara von Seida’s “Follow Me” exhibition

I went to see an exhibition by Barbara von Seida at the Carlton Gallery (part of The Arts Junction) in Katikati yesterday. As soon as I walked in, I said, “these are my kind of paintings”—heavily abstracted landscapes with beautiful colour and atmosphere. The only thing I didn’t like was that many of the paintingsContinue reading “Barbara von Seida’s “Follow Me” exhibition”

Copy of Ferdinand Hodler’s Lake Geneva with Mont Blanc in the morning light

I was inspired by Katie Turner’s post on studying the masters to do another copy. I found this painting in the book Mystical Landscapes: From Vincent van Gogh to Emily Carr. Looking at the reproduction on WikiArt, there’s a much greater shift from cool to warm in the colour (from right to left) compared toContinue reading “Copy of Ferdinand Hodler’s Lake Geneva with Mont Blanc in the morning light”