HIGHAM AT HOME
In these unknown times we all feel at a bit of a loss. Here at Higham we pride ourselves on bringing ‘like-minded people together’ and in these time we want to continue. Higham at Home is a place for tutors and students to stay connected and continue their passions and hobbies. All projects have been set by our tutors. Make sure to share your creations with us via Facebook, Instagram, Twitter @highamhall or #highamhall or email firstname.lastname@example.org
ON THIS WEEK
7 WAYS TO CREATE A PAINTING
There are different ways to create a painting, routes that take you from blank canvas or sheet of paper to finished painting. None is better or more correct than another, they’re merely different. It’s a question of trying each and seeing which you prefer, which may be a mixture of techniques.
LINDA BIRCH’S WEEKLY PAINTING OBSERVATION
Medium will be pencil followed by watercolour size A4 or larger.
Draw a landscape without taking the pencil off the paper (Continuous Line ) Find a landscape and using a 2b pencil make your drawing without taking the pencil off the paper until finished.
Then paint as normal
IAN FRANCE’S TOP 10 SYMPHONIES
Beethoven 7- Royal Concertgebouw c. Ivan Fischer.
Number 1 in a series of 10 of Ian France’s Top 10 Symphonies (from the Romantic Era). Beethoven’s Symphony no.7 in A major An Apollonian master-class in rhythmic vitality and melodic zeal. A grand slow introduction and buoyant 1st movement, familiar (not too slow)2nd movement, fast presto 3rd with repeated trio and an almost manic finale.