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Working on a new series of etchings with  @thumbprinteditions in London. The prints will be shown next month @crisearoberts for the Interaction of Colour. The exhibition will trace the effect and influence of one of the most significant books on art and design written by Joseph Albers. It opens on 7th September to 26th October..

Working on a new series of etchings with @thumbprinteditions in London. The prints will be shown next month @crisearoberts for the Interaction of Colour. The exhibition will trace the effect and influence of one of the most significant books on art and design written by Joseph Albers. It opens on 7th September to 26th October. ...

Last week to see #theinteractionofcolour @cristearoberts I am showing couple of works in the group show. 
Repost from @cristearoberts using @RepostRegramApp - It is the final week of our exhibition 'The Interaction of Colour'. In 1963 Josef #Albers published one of the most influential art and design books of the twentieth century, ‘Interaction of Color’, as a handbook and teaching aid for his experimentation in #colour theory and practice. Albers’ radical approach was to have a direct influence on subsequent generations of artists.
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The exhibition features prints and drawings by #AnniAlbers; #JosefAlbers #PollyApfelbaum; #RanaBegum @ranabegumstudio; #MichaelCraigMartin; #CarlosCruzDiez @ateliercruzdiez; #IanDavenport @iandavenportofficial; #PatrickHeron; #EllsworthKelly; #SolLeWitt; and #BridgetRiley. Closes Saturday 26 October 2019..

Last week to see #theinteractionofcolour @cristearoberts I am showing couple of works in the group show. Repost from @cristearoberts using @RepostRegramApp - It is the final week of our exhibition 'The Interaction of Colour'. In 1963 Josef #Albers published one of the most influential art and design books of the twentieth century, ‘Interaction of Color’, as a handbook and teaching aid for his experimentation in #colour theory and practice. Albers’ radical approach was to have a direct influence on subsequent generations of artists. —————————————————— The exhibition features prints and drawings by #AnniAlbers ; #JosefAlbers #PollyApfelbaum ; #RanaBegum @ranabegumstudio ; #MichaelCraigMartin ; #CarlosCruzDiez @ateliercruzdiez ; #IanDavenport @iandavenportofficial ; #PatrickHeron ; #EllsworthKelly ; #SolLeWitt ; and #BridgetRiley . Closes Saturday 26 October 2019. ...

Breathing space, 2019 
9”
This piece was inspired by observing my breathing. 
I closed my eyes whilst I created the drawn lines...I then carved out the space with thread. 
#embroideryart 
#abstractart 
#ambiguous
#artistsoninstagram 
#textileartist 
#femaleartist 
#sarcoma 
#embroidered 
#embroiderylove 
#threadartist 
#igerslondon 
#ellsworthkelly 
#artastherapy 
#behappy 
#begrateful 
#life
#embroideryart 
#waketomake 
#heytheremaker 
#lookwhatimade 
#breathing 
#healing 
#kunstwerk.

Breathing space, 2019 9” This piece was inspired by observing my breathing. I closed my eyes whilst I created the drawn lines...I then carved out the space with thread. #embroideryart #abstractart #ambiguous #artistsoninstagram #textileartist #femaleartist #sarcoma #embroidered #embroiderylove #threadartist #igerslondon #ellsworthkelly #artastherapy #behappy #begrateful #life #embroideryart #waketomake #heytheremaker #lookwhatimade #breathing #healing #kunstwerk ...

Fresh work from this week, exploring narrative through colour and minimal form 🖤 All A3, DM if you want one..

Fresh work from this week, exploring narrative through colour and minimal form 🖤 All A3, DM if you want one. ...

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50 years ago in 1969 -

Walker Art Center purchases its first Ellsworth Kelly sculpture, GREEN ROCKER (1968). ON VIEW NOW @walkerartcenter. .
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Purchased with matching grants from the Museum Purchase Plan, the National Endowment for the Arts, and Art Center Acquisition Fund, 1969. .
. “The Walker Art Center is a multidisciplinary contemporary art center in the Lowry Hill neighborhood of Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States. The Walker is one of the most-visited modern and contemporary art museums in the United States and, together with the adjacent @MinneapolisSculptureGarden and the Cowles Conservatory, it has an annual attendance of around 700,000 visitors. The museum's permanent collection includes over 13,000 modern and contemporary art pieces including books, costumes, drawings, media works, paintings, photography, prints, and sculpture.” - Wikipedia .
. “Following PONY and BLUE RED ROCKER, this piece was Kelly’s third rocker sculpture. .
The actual form of GREEN ROCKER can be traced to a black-painted drawing on white paper and a black-on-white collage, both of which were folded at the center. They were made by Kelly in 1962 as preliminary studies for the catalog cover of his painting exhibition at Arthur Tooth and Sons Ltd., London. Though he wanted for a time to leave it unpainted, Kelly’s choice of green for the sculpture, as well as its shape, allies the piece to the numerous plant drawings and prints he made between 1964 and 1967. Moreover, its form specifically connects it to the bipartite nature drawings such as WATER LILY.” - passages from ELLSWORTH KELLY: SCULPTURE, Patterson Sims, Emily Rauh Pulitzer - Whitney Museum of American Art, 1982
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#ellsworthkelly #jackshear #walkerartcenter @neaarts #minneapolis #minneapolisart #lippincottsculpture #arthurtooth #ellsworthkellyinminneapolis
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. . 50 years ago in 1969 - Walker Art Center purchases its first Ellsworth Kelly sculpture, GREEN ROCKER (1968). ON VIEW NOW @walkerartcenter. . . Purchased with matching grants from the Museum Purchase Plan, the National Endowment for the Arts, and Art Center Acquisition Fund, 1969. . . “The Walker Art Center is a multidisciplinary contemporary art center in the Lowry Hill neighborhood of Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States. The Walker is one of the most-visited modern and contemporary art museums in the United States and, together with the adjacent @MinneapolisSculptureGarden and the Cowles Conservatory, it has an annual attendance of around 700,000 visitors. The museum's permanent collection includes over 13,000 modern and contemporary art pieces including books, costumes, drawings, media works, paintings, photography, prints, and sculpture.” - Wikipedia . . “Following PONY and BLUE RED ROCKER, this piece was Kelly’s third rocker sculpture. . The actual form of GREEN ROCKER can be traced to a black-painted drawing on white paper and a black-on-white collage, both of which were folded at the center. They were made by Kelly in 1962 as preliminary studies for the catalog cover of his painting exhibition at Arthur Tooth and Sons Ltd., London. Though he wanted for a time to leave it unpainted, Kelly’s choice of green for the sculpture, as well as its shape, allies the piece to the numerous plant drawings and prints he made between 1964 and 1967. Moreover, its form specifically connects it to the bipartite nature drawings such as WATER LILY.” - passages from ELLSWORTH KELLY: SCULPTURE, Patterson Sims, Emily Rauh Pulitzer - Whitney Museum of American Art, 1982 . . #ellsworthkelly #jackshear #walkerartcenter @neaarts #minneapolis #minneapolisart #lippincottsculpture #arthurtooth #ellsworthkellyinminneapolis . . ...