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A group visit to Jennifer Lauren Gallery, 28.02.2020 @ Angel in London

Updated: Mar 8

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" You create a personal vision by going through a self-discovery process to clarify what's most important to you. In order to do this you must be in a

frame of mind that's open, alert, centered, and ready. We can call this

mindset the state of mastery."


"MONOCHROMATIC MINDS: LINES OF REVELATION EXHIBITION"

Aims:


Articulating and producing new original ideas and making new connections with those ideas to break off all old habits of past experiences.


  • Articulating and producing new original ideas and making new connections with those ideas to break off all old habits of past experiences.

  • Creating a greater understanding of healthy lifestyles and choices and maintaining wellness through visual arts.

  • To enhance our art group's visual awareness to become more insightful about talking about visual arts as well as being visual art thinkers.

As an art group, we have visited the Jennifer Lauren Gallery, Monochromatic Mind: Lines of revelation in Angel. The exhibition brings together emerging artists are conducted outside the mainstream art world. In fact, It is the exhibition of self-taught, disabled and outsider artists from around the world, featuring black and white artwork through a variety of mediums including drawing, ceramics and textiles.


The vision of the Jennifer Lauren Gallery is to be seen and recognised as a space in the UK supporting, and showcasing the above mentioned artists and as a destination for finding out more about this field of art. Jennifer works closely with UK organisations and communities supporting artists with disabilities in order to promote new, unique artists. Jennifer is passionate about being a voice and platform for under-represented artists.



WHY DO WE WANT TO DRAW?


  • To practice how to express my feelings and emotions visually or fun?

  • To develop my creative capacity?

  • Are we telling exciting stories from the imagination?

  • To think clearly after having some taught times?

  • To take the anxious feelings out via drawing?

  • To draw about my inner soul?

  • Am I getting immerse myself in the unknown flow?

  • To keep my mind wander around and discover new things?

  • Do I have personal space and freedom while drawing?

  • Is it to live in the present moment?

  • To be playful and alive?

  • Or, to extend your visual perception?


Let me know your reasons...





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