Following the relevant directive of the Ministry of Health, the workshop is cancelled.
Discovering the world of art, inspired by Pablo Picasso’s paintings
Comprising paintings mainly completed in Paris, Picasso’s Blue Period is characterized by a muted palette of blue, reflecting an emotionally charged period in the artist’s life. In his Rose Period respectively, clay and earthy hues prevail, imbuing the paintings with lyricism and an upbeat mood.
In our March meeting, we will explore the unique characteristics of each of these two creative periods; inspired by specific works, we will attempt to render a variety of figures using modelling mediums. Using a vast variety of materials and techniques, including papercuts, sculptural relief, collage and assemblage, we will convey our own views of these great paintings that defined modern art.
Theodoros Zafeiropoulos, Artist, Assistant Professor, NTUA
Elisavet Chelidoni, Artist – Special Education Teacher
11.30-12.30, 12.30-13.30, 13.30-14.30
Meeting point: NLG Lobby
For children 7+, young people and families, with or without disabilities
Up to 12 participants per hour
Free admission on a first-come, first-served basis
Photo Credits: © Succession Picasso 2020
- Femme en chemise (Madeleine), 1904–1905
- Tête d’un arlequin, 1905