In Grimani (also, hello again!)

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capturing the ceiling painting in a mirror in Palazzo Grimani in Venice

Time to resurface, for a moment. My life continues to be too busy for my own good, but it will get better (hah!). In the meantime, I’ve worked out a way to share my projects, adventures and inspiration with you that doesn’t take up too much time, by posting photos on scheduled posts. That way I can work on a couple of posts when I find time and let them get posted once or twice a week.

It will be mostly from projects from my first year at Sint Lucas, from my tiny Grand Tour to Venice and Paris in September, and some bits and things from my Master in Art Studies (which I’m working on this year). Probably kitties too, as you know I can’t leave them out!

For now: one of the highlights of my holiday was Ritsue Mishima’s exhibition In Grimani. She works with glass blowers on robust vessels and objects, and places them in historical environments like this 17th Century Venetian Palazzo. It was fantastic!

More on Mishima on art tube.

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Mirror table that reflected the ceiling painting
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reflections and windows
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entrance to Palazzo Grimani
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2 thoughts on “In Grimani (also, hello again!)

  1. Hello, Kristien! I congratulate your idea of sharing interesting moments of your life and art in photo stories! I'm glad you are enthusiastic and full of energy! The glass vessels look wonderful in this old palace!:)

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  2. Hello, Kristien! I congratulate your idea of sharing interesting moments of your life and art in photo stories! I'm glad you are enthusiastic and full of energy! The glass vessels look wonderful in this old palace!:)

    Like

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