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... the pavement and a heap of little dwarves which are all over the city- you don't need to look for them you just come across them. The town hall is a huge beautiful building that looks like a giant cuckoo clock and all the surrounding buildings are all so colourful and pretty! I defiantly recommend a stop in wroclaw but one is ...
... been pushed this far out of my comfort zone. For this class, we have to prepare with a partner an installation based of our concepts of printmaking. They do not have to be actually made but hey have to be presented to class as if there were a proposal. I am working with this girl Catarina. She is from Portugal and her work is feminist art. I am not a huge fan of this type of art, but I am trying to keep an open mind. I am actually in the studio right now waiting for her to come ...
... also have no symmetry or consistency. i find that extremely interesting. In the USA all the windows and architecture is so new and designed that i find it refreshing to have such inconstancy. I have drawn buildings all over the city in their simplest form and i am going to print them in long rows embossment style (without ink, only impression). We will see what feedback i get tomorrow in class. The second project is based on another person in class, I got Berta who was not in ...
... i just want to hear something with a normal baseline. something i can at least dance a little too.. you know i love my dancing.
I am learning a lot about people and their background and honestly how lucky we have it in the united states. It makes me miss home a lot. for instance, my mattress is not a mattress but a thick piece of foam. Today I complained about it and Tanya told me it was better than her couch she sleeps on at home but Kristina agreed with me. ...
... scared for the dog a long this street. I said, "you should go home", and he sat down.
When sitting on the bike, to go back to the station, he followed me barking all the way.
Again at the shop, he sat beside me waiting and watching me the bike "parking".
When opening the shop door, he entered too, it was his home, at least now I understood his "dog language.
I asked the young girl behind the ...