Prompted by a collection of Nag Stones, pebbles with a hole through them, we looked at artwork using holes as an integral part of the work and how viewfinders, in particular the Claude Glass, have been used by artists.
The collected stones were drawn on to black paper using white pens and in some cases, developed further. The wonderful results follow below.
Well done everyone - some very lovely drawings were made!
|Nancy Holt: Sun Tunnels 1973 - 76 Great Basin Utah|
|Nancy Holt: views through a sand dune 1972|
|James Turrell: Yorkshire Sculpture Park|
|Dorothy: a triptych|
|Will: putting an object through the hole|
|Margaret: These brought Barbara Hepworth to mind.|
|Christine: demo page|
|Nag Stones from South Sea|