What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think of an apple?
It could be the iconic Apple Mac symbol…or the shiny red apple that children take for their favourite teacher:)
What The Apple Exercise demonstrates is that the apple, along with everything else in life, can be seen in a myriad of different ways.
Upside down and inside out…..
If we were able to time travel back to our earliest formative years, from 1 to 3, when our world was a kaleidoscope of colour and shapes and our young minds were full of wonder, we could regain our natural curiosity and love for colour and form.
If we are able to see the apple in many different ways, we will begin to see everything else differently.
A collage of apple exercise sketches.
This week along with a couple of watercolour demonstrations and more information about brushes and paper, I will talk about the imagination, and how we can encourage it to blossom.
‘Think left and think right and think low and think high. Oh, the thinks you can think up if only you try.’ Dr. Seuss.