How to Draw Like Paul Klee

Today marks Paul Klee’s 139th birthday. The Swiss-German artist still transforms and transports those fortunate enough to study his works. Although to many, his paintings seem child-like, they continue to inspire and delight. But what if you’d like to recreate and paint like Paul Klee? Can anyone learn how to draw like Paul Klee? When…

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Social Justice and Art Merge

Many writers, visual artists, poets, and musicians have channelled their creative endeavours into a fight for social justice and art. But how do social justice and art merge? Artists create to express a desire for equality, create a focal point, and a means of protest.  In this context, it seems entirely fitting, that UNESCO has included reggae…

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