Day 63: Hundertwasser and the vase

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Have you ever heard of Friedensreich Hundertwasser? 

Hundertwasser is German for for "hundred waters" and is a pseudonym; he was born Friedrich Stowasser.

He was a really cool artist from Austria who travelled all around the globe making amazing art!

He was well known for using a lot of spirals, lines, complimentary colours & giant circular trees in his paintings! He made impressive and very colourful paintings. His style was unique and is very fun to try to recreate with a variety of mediums!

Friedensreich Hundertwasser - Les ciels d'ici et de là (Ciel couvert) (1980)

On top of being a really cool and innovative artist, Friedensreich was also an architect! His creations were all very unique, and sometimes blended with their surroundings because they were covered with grass and plants, or were really sticking out because they were so different looking!

Friedensreich Hundertwasser, Abensberg, Germany

He did some really cool stuff, don't you think? Good news for you, you can try his style in the studio with the really cool HunderVase Clay Workshop! It's the best of borth world—you create something tangible with your hands, à la Hundertwasser. Basically, you're the architect of your own vase! And then, you practice your lines, colour juxtaposition and combination and paint your creation in his style! And in the end, you can bring it home and put your favourite flowers in it!

This sound like an awesome plan in my books!

4Cats HunderVase Clay Workshop

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4Cats HunderVase Clay Workshop

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