Two landscapes, four hands

WITH FLORENCE-LOUISE PETETIN

Taking as your starting point Entrance to a Quarry by Vincent van Gogh and a contemporary work of your choice, you will explore a very ancient painting technique: tempera with animal-skin glue.

Painting and landscape will be at the centre of this collaboration between parents and children. Rather like the game of “Consequences” (in which players write down a phrase, fold down the paper to hide what they have written, and pass it on to the next player), each participant in turn will carry on painting where the other person left off, in order to reveal an outpouring of shapes and colours.

 

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