How to Look at Art

Émilie Pitoiset’s Moving Sculptures at Klemm’s Berlin

Emilie Pitoiset - Angela, Looking at Art
Getting Out of Your Artistic Comfort Zone After ending my last write up with hopes of sculpture and fine arts for today's lesson, you guys probably got all heated up dreaming of Michelangelo's David and other marbles. Well I'm sorry... but sculpture has already moved on. Summer, Sun and Sculptures For a few days Summer was back in...

Fiber Artists on the Rise

Fiber Artist - Angela, Looking at Art
Thoughts Provoked by Me, Myself and Marlon Wobst Like a million years ago, I talked about childhood memories and abstract works of art. Now today, after a long long summer break, we'll start off with figures and fibers and a painter gone felt artist! Sounds familiar? Right, like that one artist chick aka myself, photographer...

Everybody Gets a Second Chance To Fall in Love with Colors

Everybody Gets a Second Chance to Fall in Love with Colors
How to Overcome Your Fear of Monochrome Paintings What? You're still not in love? You heartless soul. Ok, ok, I get it. You don't live in Berlin, had no private-jet-chance to see Monika's monochromes in person. Well, here's what I'm gonna do for you (because I'm so kind and because I'm so patient), I'm offering you...

How to Look at Art – Part 2

Looking and Understanding Visual Art - Angela Kaisers
Looking and Understanding Visual Art is Easy – if You Know How Remember the other day? When Berlin was melting away? The day I was a non-painting, spider-sceptic artist that felt the urge to look at someone's else's art for once (yes, that does happen, as much as I love my own works) and yet...

How to Look at Art – Part 1

Angela Looking at Art
Looking at Some of the World's Best Visual Art from Your Couch at Home It's hot. Way too hot to step outside, too hot to find yourself out and about in the streets of Berlin. On a lake. Great. At the beach. Hell yeah. Berlin's streets. I think not. Instead of running down my four...