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As a visual artist, Jaajr delves into the intricate connections between the self, time, and the continuous change of the universe. Through a practice-based approach that revolves around the exploration of materials and the art of making, she seeks to unravel the mysteries of existence and translate them into works that challenge the boundaries of traditional art forms.

By immersing themselves in the creative process, Jaajr's art seeks to bridge the gap between the tangible and the intangible, inviting viewers to contemplate the interconnectedness of all things and the fluid nature of the universe.


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Mark
✹ Online exhibition visit - Picasso and paper
8th February 2021
               

This Monday my classmate, Annabell, had invited us to join the online exhibition of Royal academy of Arts - Picasso and Paper which will take us to see Picasso’s creative process of his art during his life time. It’s focusing on Picasso’s practice on paper - sketch book, collage, 2D and 3D artwork.

⇲link to the exhibition click here 

Oil painting in the later stage of his development 

What I’ve found from this visit is that Picasso had been making a lot of paper works - not only painting or drawing but also paper cutting and all sort of things. It seems to me that he never stopped thinking and making art in every moment in his life time even in the depressive time like during the war. Also, it shows that in the early stage of his journey - the journey of one of the greatest artist in the history - had started by developing his own style from his influences, impressionism art until he was around 50, he then started to made cubism art.


Paper colles (cut-and-pasted paper) another method of Picasso’s paper art 

I used to be intimidated by the fear of not being able to know what I want to do in life. Because everything seems to be interesting for me. And seeing other people being an ‘expert’ in their field intimidate me. I was fear of unable to have my own ‘style’ in making art. Once I see how Picasso and many other artists had approached their practices - in a long time ago - I was relieved, they seemed to do what ever feel right for them and it takes time, a lot of time and afford to achieve to that level. Now, I’ve learned just let myself do, be and enjoy the process.


tiny minatures he made out of random materials  - I love how it was displayed

From this exhibition - I fall in love with the tiny miniature that Picasso made out of random material s like tissue paper or receipt. In deed - he never stop thinking and making art in every moment in his life. Picasso, I have found, had been practicing with many mediums and scales - paper, oil painting, sculpture and jewellery. I found that so inspiring and motivating.

note book decoration 

After the tour, my classmates and I had been chatting about the video and watched up what was going on under lock down - it was so nice to know that everyone is doing great after all. I miss going to the campus, workshop and having some conversation with my classmates. Being at home everyday isn’t that bad for me but I miss socialising with people sometime… anyway everything seems to be better soon as the vaccine has been distributing across the UK now. I hope this summer term we can get back to the campus safely soon!