Visual Diaries As Inspiration
This page contains links to the Visual Diaries I am required to keep as part of the visual arts diploma and also for my Degree in Fine Art. At the end of each semester, I will be adding work done over that time. Visual Diaries can be an important way to show how a work transformed or changed direction. It can remind you of how an artwork was inspired and the process of how it came about. It has been a good habit to get into and using visual diaries can also inspire new work based on past exercises or practices that were successful.
Visual Diaries As History
A lot of artists never kept Visual Diaries and because of that, their techniques and processes have been lost to us. That is what I love about Paul Klee, he was a teacher and an Artist and it is quite easy to follow his experiments, failures, and success because he took notes, visual diaries. While I would never want documentation to get in the way of creative expression, I have found it very helpful to be able to “look back” at the way a particular artwork has evolved.
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I also have links at the bottom of the page to other projects I am doing.
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BA (Fine Art) Curtin University
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2nd Year Diaries
1st Year Diaries