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It was incredible how the women and men moved with such passion and were very engaged in what they were doing. Along with the singers and musicians behind them playing gypsy flamenco music. The women wore beautiful dresses that fluttered every time they turned with blazers or vests on the tops. They each had their hair in a bun and beautiful ...
... in his later prolific career as a Barcelona architect as he forged his own unique way through the developing artistic movement those in the know call modernism.
At least, that how I understood things from the brief visit to the Gaudi museum located in part of the La Sagrada Familia. The museum was most interesting but the vastness of his vision was calling me back so I probably wasn't able to absorb all the factual stuff.
We'd avoided ...
Today we continued on the Gaudi trail and went to the last work he designed - an apartment block in the middle of Barcelona which is now a museum with a rooftop terrace and stone sculptures. The building is described as a great petrified wave. The attic is constructed of brick arches.
There is an apartment on display showing the home and lifestyle of a bourgeois family in the ...
... Provence, I have been studying the colors in the soil, buildings, etc. to determine what that underpainting/light/palette needs to be and think I have it--more like the color of adobe, so somewheres between the more pink light in Provence and the Tuscan gold of Italy. I put the underpainting/wash in that color on all my canvases as prep and will begin the sketches sometime soon, I hope. My painting or sketch a day has seemed to have fallen by the wayside, but I will ...
... The detail on some of these productions is impressive.. One such python had a finely textured body to mimic the scales. And as we were in Barcelona, a display would not be complete without one of Lionel Messi.. so.. they made sure to have one as well.
Jenessa's interest in chocolateering (?is this a word? It is now) meant that we signed up for a short "cooking" class (this class was a peace offering after dragging her through the bowels of Camp ...