Stephen Campbell - Set your face to the wind

     

    Stephen Campbell - Set your face to the wind

    Puzzle Factory Original Oil Paint on Canvas
    Signed and titled by the artist
    16" x 24"

     

    Stephen Campbell - Set your face to the wind Eugenia Cheng described Maths as abstracting from the real world. "Many of my art students at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago tell me they were put off math because it was about right and wrong and they wanted to do something creative. It made me sad because math is creative. What that shows me is that it has been presented in a way that removes the creativity. I think creativity is there in kindergarten, where there is maths learning through play. I also think creativity is there at university, and somehow in the middle it gets lost.” This is a simple study of the sea on a windy day, just looking at it, deconstructing what I could see and describing it to myself, then putting it back together in a way that is quite blatantly ‘wrong’.

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£1,150.00