The Kick-About #71 ‘Christo & Jeanne-Claude’

Christo and Jeanne-Claude are the inspiration for this edition of the Kick-About

Red's Kingdom

If our last Kick-About showcased new works made in a short time inspired by an extraordinary artist with which some of us were unfamiliar, this week’s online exhibition takes its cue from a very famous double-act, famous, that is, for wrapping landmarks and landscapes in swathes of material. Happy browsing.

Gary Thorne

“Christo & Jeanne-Claude’s trees reminded me of an Autumn ’22 visit to Eastwell in Kent, where I didthese sketches. For KA, I’ve combined tree structure with architecture to produce this white-card model, but then found myself short of time. The old idiot box was on whilst modelling, conveniently offering some varied backdrops, although as an unfinished KA, I prefer the black backing. being it reminds me I’ve homework to do on this KA.”

Graeme Daly

“I wanted to make a miniature version of Christo & Jeanne-Claude’s impressive, uncanny installation art, but attempt to make it look larger…

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9 responses to “The Kick-About #71 ‘Christo & Jeanne-Claude’”

  1. philgomm says :

    Many thanks, Kerfe! X

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  2. D. Wallace Peach says :

    That was an entrancing collection of artwork, Kerfe. The prompt was clearly inspiring. I’m so glad you’re participating in these and sharing the posts. 🙂

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  3. Ingrid says :

    I love your grids, Kerfe, and the other artists’ work is also inspiring!

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  4. Sunra Rainz says :

    Love Christo and Jean-Claude’s work! Really like the gestural nature of your drawings! 🙂

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