The Kick-About #41 ‘La Ville’

Inspired by Leger’s vision of the city.

Red's Kingdom

From the ephemera of the last KA’s flowers of fire, to the more concrete energies of Fernand Leger’s La Ville, it’s another showcase of new works made in a short time by an eclectic group of creatives. We have ‘all sorts’ of different work in the mix – and quite literally this time too! Happy browsing.

Tom Beg

“I wanted to create an abstract image that conjured up the feeling of climbing some obscenely huge tower and looking down on the endlessly sprawling megalopolis below.”

Vanessa Clegg

“I don’t know why, but Léger’s work reminds me of liquorice allsorts, with a touch of fuzzy felts (remember them?) thrown in… So I spent an enjoyable afternoon playing with sweets, attempting to recreate something vaguely Léger-like, at the same time gobbling the residue – eating the art! Can’t recommend it highly enough!”


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12 responses to “The Kick-About #41 ‘La Ville’”

  1. philgomm says :

    Allsorts in the mix this week indeed! Cheers, Kerfe! 😀

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  2. Ingrid says :

    Thank you for sharing: some wonderful artwork here!

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  3. boundlessblessingsblog says :

    Great artistic work done, Marta.

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  4. WildChild47 says :

    Fascinating creations and approaches – I thoroughly enjoy these posts and what all these talented people share, yourself included. I thought your collages were wonderful and enjoyed the word/poetry aspect. A great combination/pairing of the two – had me feeling like I was standing in a gallery/museum, and musing on something deeply philosophical, in an old world/school fashion, while being highly contemporary and equally relevant. 🙂

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  5. robertawrites235681907 says :

    I love your contribution, Kerfe, and I like the addition of the words. I hope you are having a wonderful Thanksgiving.

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  6. Catxman says :

    I wrote an article about a similarly urban work of abstraction by Mondrian. Click to go:

    Mondrian’s Broadway Boogie Woogie

    — Catxman


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