Students at work in the Gallery of Greek and Roman Casts, Mizzou.
Recently I wrote a short piece for the Columbia Missourian to highlight the work the Museum (and my students!) are doing; click here to read the piece. Here are a couple fantastic works from two of my students this semester:
Above: a drawing of a detail of a cast by Caroline Pins. Graphite on paper, 2014.
Above: a cast drawing of Dancing Girl by Hye Jun Kim. Graphite on paper, 2014.
I’ve asked my students to comment below regarding their experiences at the Gallery. Many of them wrote compelling reflections about drawing from the casts, so I’m pleased to offer them some space to share those thoughts.
I honestly love the fact that my office in the Art Department at the University of Missouri doubles as a prop room…
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“Chaos, for me, breeds images…” – Francis Bacon.
PS – this is my 300th post here… my first post was on today’s date 3 years ago. There’s been some good stuff over the years. I’m glad to have kept a record this way…