A Beautiful Day at St Ives
It was recently my birthday and i was taken to St Ives in cornwall for the day, i have lived in cornwall now for three years but it was my first time visiting.
I loved every minuet of it, we walked through the town, and went to the TATE gallery, took photos and had some beautiful food and wine in a wonderful seafood restaurant.
The cornish postcard stand "love it"
Seagulls! i find them so fascinating and funny birds but i really don't like it when i am trying to eat a cornish pasty and they sit and watch you, this one was posing.
The weather was really extreme it was real cornish weather turning from beautiful blue sky and fluffy clods to stormy and raining. but i love that.
When the weather was good-IT was GOOD! look how beautiful the sea is looks tropical makes me want to jump in.
The TATE exhibition was brilliant, we went to see the "Lilt Van Der Stokker" "No Big Deal Thing" A bold, colourful works that are represented in a disarmingly unashamed and exuberant way, with ideas of beauty, love, relationships, family and the everyday. Playing on stereotypical femininity, she challenges and engages with legacies of feminism exploring ideas often thought of as forbidden in contemporary art.
Her demure medium: coloured-pencil drawings on A4 paper which she scales up and paints directly onto the walls of the gallery.
She challenges the idea the "grand" and the "serious" and in the process asks the question "just what is a fitting subject for a work of art"
here are some examples of her work taken from the "Galerie Vangelder" website