***MUSEE BOURDELLE, PARIS***
Today, I had my first class activity outside of school. The teacher brought us to Museum Bourdelle to draw.
This is a small museum in the 15th arrondissement, Paris. The museum was the studio of sculptor Antoine Bourdelle (1861-1929) and was expanded by Henri Gautruche in 1961. There're more than 500 art works including statues, paintings, plasters, pastels...
Well, I enjoyed the art, the-outside-of-school-activity and got to see more of Paris and its history but my teacher said this, I quote her:"This is a FASHION school, NOT an ART school..." and yet we spent the whole afternoon drawing statues. I hated it. I haven't done this for so long and I wasn't good at it honestly. Can we just look at the art and find inspiration to draw and create clothes instead of literally just copy them?
Don't laugh at my "art"!
Jeans: Cheap Monday/
Ring, Sunglasses & Boots: Alexander McQueen.
Not so proud of this. My proportion and shadow are off and my boy looks more curvy
and feminine than the original one :P
***I'm Queen A, cause I ain't no Queen B... Hand me the ♕!***