an experimental adventure
|We spent a lovely evening at the Met drawing in the European sculpture gallery.|
|Ava selected a sculpture of “Andromeda and The Sea Monster” by Domenico Guidi (1694)|
|Payton’s sculpture was “Lucretia” by Phillipe Bertrand (1704)|
|Jack’s sculpture was “Perseus with the Head of Medusa” by Antoine Canova (1806)|
2 thoughts on “Drawing in the European Galleries”
Payton, Jack and Ava: I am so thrilled with your drawings. I know that you found it to be more difficult than you had expected. It is fun to engage in activities that are a challenge; it is just that much more satisfying when you have learned to master them. I cannot wait for our next drawing experience at The Met!
These drawings are amazing! I am very impressed with the detail and clarity of each one. Vanessa, Donna King would love to see these and the rest of the website. I bet she would volunteer to do an art class when you guys are up in Mass sometime…Here’s her email address: email@example.com.