19 Feb 17/02/21 – Your Weekly Dose Of Art Happiness
Your weekly dose of some good and interesting news from around
our World of Art, because We Love Art.
Virtual Tour of The Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao
Frank Gehry’s sculptured titanium and steel building, on the banks of the Nervión River, is one of the world’s most distinctive art spaces. The interactive tour takes viewers around its collection of postwar American and European painting and sculpture – Rothko, Holzer, Koons, Kapoor – and even down between the weathered curves of Serra’s Matter of Time (turn left at the entrance).
Guggenheim, Bilbao Tour
Art History Is Now Getting A Makeover In a New Series of Illustrations by Artist Carlos Gromo
The Spanish artist began the series in 2019 as a way to make classical paintings more engaging for people who are not familiar with art history. Gromo redraws the compositions of iconic masterpieces and substitutes the subjects with Disney characters that fit with the theme. What makes each of his illustrations so charming is how he seamlessly blends Disney’s iconic style into the design.
View The Illustrations Here
Artist Of The Week by We Love Art
The best part of WLA is watching our Artlovers unleash their inner artists and leave us speechless. So it is time to show off what our community is creating all around the world.
Our Artist of The Week is Joelle! Joelle got gifted the We Love Artbox by one of her friends and fell in love with the experience! She painted one of our most iconic masterpieces- Hepburn, and can we say that – she has done an absolutely brilliant job! Thank you Joelle for sharing your wonderful masterpiece with us and we are glad you enjoyed every moment!
ArtLovers Quote Of The Week
“Everything you can imagine is real.” – Pablo Picasso
OUR GLOBAL WLA COMMUNITY
We Love Art Painting of The Week
The Large Family (‘La Grande Famille’) was created by Rene Magritte in 1963,. At first glance, one immediately questions the appropriateness of the title for there is no image of a family, human or otherwise. However, that should not come as a surprise as Magritte was well-known to derive great pleasure in confusing his viewers.
The background of The Large Family displays a dreary sky, either on the verge of a storm or, could the pink light on the horizon signify the end of one? The ominous clouds together with the rolling sea below evoke turbulent feelings, perhaps symbolizing the trials and tribulations that families often endure together. In depicting harmony and discord, Magritte skillfully portrayed the concept of family in The Large Family by evoking relevant and intense emotions through symbolic surrealism.
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Our Last Paint & Grape
Our Artlovers tell us that Paint & Grape sessions are the ‘highlight of their week’. We absolutely love the stunning artwork created by our Artlovers for ‘Kiss in The Park’ by Leonid Afremov at Intercontinental Marina. Watch the still for this event on our Youtube Channel below.Kidz Love Art Launches.
After years of our community asking us for a We Love Art for kids, we have finally launched our sister brand Kidz Love Art. Have a date alongside your +5 year old and paint together, or leave your +7 year old in the care of our artists for 2 hours to paint a masterpiece! EXPLORE PAINT & GROW FOR KIDZ
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Simply send us a picture of your We Love Art masterpiece via Instagram / Facebook / Email, and a few words about your creative experience – and you’d be surprised!
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