Next Sketch Outing
Saturday March 25: International District
In the New York Times, an article by art critic Michael Kimmelman is headlined At the Louvre, Many Stop to Stop to Snap but Few Stay to Focus
. However, he notes, "Artists fortunately remind us that there’s in fact no single, correct way to look at any work of art, save for with an open mind and patience" and he goes on to say:
"Slow looking, like slow cooking, may yet become the new radical chic."
Recently, I bought a couple of sketchbooks to draw with my 10-year-old in St. Peter’s and elsewhere around Rome, just for the fun of it, not because we’re any good, but to help us look more slowly and carefully at what we found.
Always ahead of the curve, that's us!
I couldn't agree more, and this is a nice way to describe things.ReplyDelete