Greetings to you all this fine day!
Today where celebrating People’s art, fine art and human heritage. The creative sector in business and economics plays a major part in the environment.,
I look around and see a creative display of talent, which was the highlight of the day displaying great colour and designs. Thanks to the love Lambeth 7 Bridges Project for working on the Railway bridges through art installations.
This is an arts led regeneration project focusing on improving the appearance of Loughborough Junction.
for more information please email LJactiongroup@gmail.com
Another creative Artist that you may well of heard about is Mick fell, a south london based tape artist and print maker
Please check out more work by clicking picture below.
The book we have chosen today is People’s Art by Emmanuel Cooper. This book covers works that are not so often written about, art from the working class 1750 to the present day. This book is a perfect to highlight the talent and skills of a few Working-Class people.
Amazing illustration throughout book
This book looks at the great mass of art from Britain between 1980 to present day, Appreciating the expressive qualities of people’s art and the relationship their works have the cultural traditions. People’s art is produced within an economic, social and cultural context which helps it shape its meaning.
Peoples art arose and started development within the industrial period when social and economic state were fast changing and demanded. The need for leisure time, and the introduction of the free state education influenced Peoples art immensely.
Working class creativity is very powerful, displaying visual imagination, relevant to society and is becoming recognized more now a days.
Please be sure to read this book.
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