Impossible is nothing
* Landscape, glass, nOthiNg, uncertainty, culture, olD, doOr, creativity, dream, faiNt, diversity, friendship, underground, beginning, silence, darkness, sleep, journey, freedom, air, eye, joy, feel, second, aberrance, blue, hope, light, storm, touch, seek, go further, chill, shore, horizon, believe, rush, hate, pride, good, special, scrumptious, people, you, me, they, people again, infinity…
Do the words above seem like being "nonsense"?
ANSWER: Well, maybe yes, maybe no, but for me they definitely make sense – they tell the story of London, the story of me in London, the story of a girl from Romania who had absolutely no art classes before (except of the primary school, but it’s not quite relevant, isn't it?) and she is here, in London, doing art stuff. So, at first, it was very hard.
I'll sum up what I've learnt/found these days...
Seeing things and situations from different angles
I think that these days at summer school were completely amazing because I actually have now the feeling that yes, I can draw something nice, even if I’m not truly prepared.
More than this, well, my way of thinking was a little bit changed and I’ve learnt how to see also the world upside down – because, even if it seems that it will be just a mirrored image, you can find it different sometimes.)
People from other cultures can be as funny and interesting as your mates from your own college. Awesome!
Now I feel that I am more open-minded, and that’s just because I was in touch with such different persons.
It is my first experience when I talk in English all day long, I share the room with a girl from another country and things like this.
London is a great city!
Well, I’ve been here before last year, but only for three days, and, as appearance, I found the same thing; a “green city”, completely different from my grey-polluted town in Romania.
But I've discovered so many interesting and new places, parks, shops, everything!
Exercising- the most important thing
I agree that most people who follow an art university have a native talent also, but I really feel that my style of drawing which was not at all "great" had changed a lot only because I exercised several days.
Thus I can say that the experience in London was obviously constructive and I can say now that I have a lot of ideas to share when I'll be back in my country.
All you need for being an artist is your own map or plan, and your original ideas. The rest it's about practice and luck.
So, I think I put all my thoughts about London and about art in here.
And this is the best summary of the course that I can do right now: