Look closely at the artwork. Answer the questions, then email your answers to firstname.lastname@example.org and go into the draw to win a prize! Entries close June 18th 2020.
This Week’s Artwork:
Rosie Lloyd-Giblett, The Spaces In Between 2019, ink and charcoal on paper, 62 x 92cm
This Week’s Questions:
1. When artist's pair two works as one, they often describe the finished piece as a 'diptych' (pronounced dip-tick). How many works do you see in this example? Do you think this artwork is a diptych?
2. What art materials has the artist used to make this work?
3. What is the title (name) of this artwork?
4. 'Conceptual art' is more concerned with the idea behind an artwork, rather than the skill of the artist or the aesthetic (look) of the finished work. Do you think this artwork is an example of conceptual art?
Rosie Lloyd-Giblett, Tree Totems 2019, mixed media on paper, 58 x 78cm
Rosie Lloyd-Giblett, Lowlands Understory 2019, mixed media on paper, 103 x 154cm
Rosie Lloyd-Giblett, Sunshine Banksia, charcoal and ink on paper, 110 x 144cm
Mary Macqueen, Terraced Houses 1940's, water colour, 23 x 23cm
Mary Macqueen, Anniversary 1963, water colour, 42.5 x 52.5cm
Mary Macqueen, Timmy, ink sketch, 27 x 47cm
Mary Macqueen, Paddington 1966, lithograph, 47.5 x 61cm