We had a bit of a different session this month – instead of meeting in our usual place, we met up at
to try and inspire some writing from the artwork! Wolverhampton Art Gallery
This technique is known as Ekphrasis, which is one art form responding to another. It’s a good technique for practicing idea development, as you already have a starting point.
|The Lady of Shalott - Henry Darvall|
|A Japanese Book purchased by Wolverhampton Art School in the 1800s|
|Job: Man of Wood - Lancelot Bryan|
|Stained Glass display in the gallery|
|The Apothesis of Penelope Boothby - Henry Fuseli|