Last night studio artist Natalie Pullen ran an automatic drawing workshop with a diverse group of enthusiastic and open minded participators. Through guided meditation, body movement, and music everybody drew freely, spontaneously and collaboratively for nearly an hour. The drawings produced will become sources for the artist, feeding into her next series of paintings.
Natalie will be running a similar workshop next Saturday as part of her exhibition @inand_around. If you would like more information about the exhibition or future workshops at the studios please get in touch!
Thank you to everybody who participated, it was a fantastic evening!
Esse foi o primeiro lugar que eu conheci em Dublin, em agosto de 2013. E toda vez que eu vou lá me dá uma nostalgia enorme dessa época. Interessante isso de ter lugares relacionados a sentimentos e épocas que a gente viveu, né? Tenho isso com música também! 😊
(foto tirada em junho deste ano)
The Dublin Docklands basking in sunshine, a glorious shot taken by @jimjam194 ✨
Pictured below is the Samuel Beckett Bridge which was designed by architect Santiago Calatrava. This was his second Dublin bridge, the first being the James Joyce further up the Liffey. The Samuel Beckett is a cable stayed bridge which evokes the image of Ireland’s national symbol, the harp lying on its side. Like other bridges on the Liffey the bridge is also capable of opening to allow ships to pass through, opening on its central axis at a 90 degree angle. The bridge opened back in 2009 being one of the many additions to the Dublin docklands as part of its regeneration. #DublinMyDarling