Yves Tanguy and Kay Sage

Last week I was reading up on Chagall, Tanguy, Sage and Degas to help break down my IB Extended Essay (EE) research question. I have finally chosen to explore to what extent Chagall was influenced by french trends and artists (Fauvism, Cubism, Gaugin, Van Gogh) upon moving to Paris from St. Petersburg in 1910 (well it’s […]

Types of Air-dry Clay

Hello friends! When you first think of clay you probably think of play dough or the earthy clay used in pottery/ceramics. But guess what? There are so many other types to explore! While oven-cured and non-curing clays are equally lovable, today i’ll be introducing air-dry clays. Also known as “ADC”s, this type of clay is typically […]

Top 5 Websites for Creatives (Especially creative writing and art!)

1) Brain Pickings (https://www.brainpickings.org) A great combination of fun and meaningful posts. The site is extremely user friendly. They make an effort to be concise and still lure you to click into other links that give you extended content on references made in the post. 2) Asymptote Journal (http://www.asymptotejournal.com) My friend introduced me to Asymptote […]

Invader in Paris

For Christmas last year I headed back to France to visit family. On the way to the Picasso Museum in Paris, I spotted Invader’s street art! Last time I saw his work was in Hong Kong’s PMQ (arts centre). If you don’t know who Invader is, here are some quick facts: Well-known French artists Most of his […]

Miniature Mania @Taipei

  Found so many displays of miniatures while I was in Taipei! In the MRT (subway system) and SOGO mall was where I found these adorable treasures below. There is also a Miniatures Museum (they call it the MMOT), but I didn’t get the chance to go to (the source of all the miniature displays […]