I just took part in a week long art “event” with 4 other young female artists to communally work on a project and exhibition. Billed as a “workshop” to strengthen ties between Hungarian and Australian artists, we received the spacious “Napoleon House” (so named because Napoleon famously stayed there after a famous battle nearby) as our communal studio to spread out and create. We were faced with the challenge of using each others old art and discarded prints to create a new body of work to be exhibited, an interesting concept for many of us that forced us to try new techniques and methods of working.
It was wonderful to see the cross-overs between our individual styles. The other Australian artist was a dear friend of mine from back home, so I was particularly thrilled to see Laura Jade again after a year being abroad. Getting to spend our “reunion” creating art was an added bonus.
Photographs of our work to come soon.