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Gordon Crook | 'Festival' (1991) | Australian Tapestry Workshop | Weavers: Cheryl Thornton, Joy Smith

Gordon Crook | 'Festival' (1991) | Australian Tapestry Workshop | Weavers: Cheryl Thornton, Joy Smith

Joan Miro was an inventive child long into his 80's. His paintings are usually layers of fantasy rendered in bold color and organic shapes and line. His style is less about order and more about other types of imagined forces. Occasionally we see a Miro composition where a rhythmical association of elements (here, it's the thick black lines; the small colored ellipses) embraces unity in a spontaneous but controlled manner. Notice too, the elegant variety of proportioned areas of negative…

Joan Miro was an inventive child long into his 80's. His paintings are usually layers of fantasy rendered in bold color and organic shapes and line. His style is less about order and more about other types of imagined forces. Occasionally we see a Miro composition where a rhythmical association of elements (here, it's the thick black lines; the small colored ellipses) embraces unity in a spontaneous but controlled manner. Notice too, the elegant variety of proportioned areas of negative…