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1- Openings 14. Many artists, crafts people & designers are fascinated by openings and their viewpoints these provide. Charles Hardacker & Edward Hopper have made paintings looking into & out from rooms. Henk Van Rensburgen takes photographs peering through openings into bleak deserted places.

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    1. 1- Openings 14 Many artists, crafts people & designers are fascinated by openings and their viewpoints these provide. Charles Hardacker & Edward Hopper have made paintings looking into & out from rooms. Henk Van Rensburgen takes photographs peering through openings into bleak deserted places. Andy Goldsworthy created openings in many of his site specific sculptures & Barabara Hepworth created pierced, organic forms. Study appropriate sources & produce your own work inspired by OPENINGS.

    2. Charles Hardaker THE THINKER 1- Openings 14 Charles Hardacker & Edward Hopper have made paintings looking into & out from rooms.

    3. Charles Hardaker 1- Openings 14 Charles Hardacker & Edward Hopper have made paintings looking into & out from rooms.

    4. Charles Hardaker The light traveller 1- Openings 14 Charles Hardacker & Edward Hopper have made paintings looking into & out from rooms.

    5. Charles Hardaker The shelf 1934 1- Openings 14 Charles Hardacker & Edward Hopper have made paintings looking into & out from rooms.

    6. Charles Hardaker 1- Openings 14 Charles Hardacker & Edward Hopper have made paintings looking into & out from rooms.

    7. Charles Hardaker 1- Openings 14 Charles Hardaker NEAC RBA Charles Hardaker was born in 1934. He studied at Birmingham College of Arts and Crafts and after completing National Service in 1955 he spent three years at the Royal College of Art in London, (Queen's Scholar) ARCA 1958.He became a member of the New English Art Club in 1969 and The Royal Society of British Artists in 1984. He paints still life, interiors, landscapes, philosophical/scriptural subjects and portraits.He has work in the permanent collections of the Tate Gallery, The Guildhall of London, the GLC, the National Library of Wales, the Institution of Civil Engineers and numerous private collections in the UK and overseas including the USA, Canada, Japan and Greece.Major commissions include paintings of the BP Oil Terminal Sullom Voe, the Kielder Resevoir for Northumbria Water, murals for the Howard Hotel, London, the building of the Channel Tunnel for Eurotunnel, two cycles of paintings for Townley Hall, Ireland based on the Seven Days of Genesis(7 works) and the Gospel of Thomas(11 works). Has recently finished working on the murals in fresco for a country house near Oxford.He has had five one-man exhibitions to date, two in San Francisco and three in London. He has been a finalist in a number of competitions including the Hunting Prizes and the Lynn Painter-Stainers prize and has completed numerous portrait commissions.He exhibits at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibitions, with the New English Art Club, the Royal Society of British Artists and at various other galleries.In 1996 he wrote of 'Still Life : Vertical Structures, and Three Times Three' (in the Tate Collection and featured bottom right), ' it forms part of a series on a theme (or rather multiple themes) which is still developing.......Motives for the paintings in general (as much as one dare to define them!) are architectural and philosophical in that the basically cubic container form has been connected with the cube/earth symbol in Plato's "Timaeus" . But also 'things as they are' is as important as any intellectual idea so that the paintings retain strong roots in things seen'.

    8. Edward Hopper 1- Openings 14 Charles Hardacker & Edward Hopper have made paintings looking into & out from rooms.

    9. Edward Hopper 1- Openings 14 Charles Hardacker & Edward Hopper have made paintings looking into & out from rooms.

    10. Edward Hopper 1- Openings 14 Charles Hardacker & Edward Hopper have made paintings looking into & out from rooms.

    11. 1- Openings 14 Edward Hopper / “Shirley” photography by jerzy palacz Charles Hardacker & Edward Hopper have made paintings looking into & out from rooms.

    12. Edward Hopper 1- Openings 14 “Shirley” photography by jerzy palacz Charles Hardacker & Edward Hopper have made paintings looking into & out from rooms.

    13. Edward Hopper 1- Openings 14 Charles Hardacker & Edward Hopper have made paintings looking into & out from rooms.

    14. French architects O-S created this temporary installation at Hotel Saint-Côme in Montpellier, 1- Openings 14 Zimoun_2012

    15. Domison  graphic Design StudioPaprika , strikes at Christmas shop window Domison in Montreal., 1- Openings 14 Domison 2009 |1

    16. Joel Millerchip 1- Openings 14 Two By Two / Eye Candy Festival Collective: Brothers of the Stripe B.O.T.S was invited by Eye Candy Festival to create a postcard book and take over an empty shop for two days. During the two- day take over the collective set up shop and created a cardboard box installation that was used to create a stop -gap animation.

    17. Tobias Putrih 1- Openings 14

    18. Henk van Rensbergen 1- Openings 14 Henk Van Rensburgen takes photographs peering through openings into bleak deserted places.

    19. The idea behind Henk van Rensbergen's expeditions is simple: explore the urban jungle. Why travel to far-off natural jungles, when there are far more interesting places in your own neighbourhood - abandoned places, just waiting to be explored. Van Rensbergen sets off, looking for abandoned hospitals, overgrown industrial complexes, or urban palaces, ravaged by the driving rain, overgrown with weeds, decorated with grafitti. The resulting photographs are unequalled - beauty meets decay. 1- Openings 14 I was born on august 22nd 1968 in Brussels, Belgium. At age 16 I got my first camera and at 20 I made my first photos at the Buda Marly plant (and got arrested straight away). Professionally I've been a pilot since age 22, first on the Boeing 737, then 767 and also the airbus 320.I flew as a captain on the a320 until Sabena (Belgium's national carrier) went bancrupt in 2001.Now I'm flying the boeing 767 for ArkeFly (Tui Netherlands, dutch charter company), flying to holiday destinations.

    20. Henk van Rensbergen 1- Openings 14 Henk Van Rensburgen takes photographs peering through openings into bleak deserted places.

    21. Henk van Rensbergen 1- Openings 14

    22. Henk van Rensbergen 1- Openings 14 Henk Van Rensburgen takes photographs peering through openings into bleak deserted places.

    23. Henk van Rensbergen 1- Openings 14 Henk Van Rensburgen takes photographs peering through openings into bleak deserted places.

    24. Henk van Rensbergen 1- Openings 14 Henk Van Rensburgen takes photographs peering through openings into bleak deserted places.

    25. abandoned-places.com --------------- Old buildings, abandoned hospitals, industrial palaces overgrown with plants and trees, the remaining walls decorated with graffiti, smashed windows, rain dripping through the roof... These places have become hard to find, difficult (or illegal) to access, dangerous to explore ... great to spend the day ! --------------- Today, the pyramids of the industrial revolution just uselessly stand in the way, they're a scar in the landscape.The deafening noises have been replaced by silence, but if you listen carefully they will tell you their story. Abandoned hospitals where you can still smell the anxiety of the ill, where you can hear the coughing of the TBC infected and where once doctors and nurses walked through the shiny corridors.  A 100 years old hotel, standing proudly at the waterfront, arrogantly overlooking the beachand fiercely withstanding all the storms of the past century, a decayed symbol of wealth for the rich. Why are abandoned places so attractive?? 1- Openings 14

    26. Andy Goldsworthy 1- Openings 14 Andy Goldsworthy created openings in many of his site specific sculptures & Barbara Hepworth created pierced, organic forms.

    27. Andy Goldsworthy 1- Openings 14 Andy Goldsworthy created openings in many of his site specific sculptures & Barbara Hepworth created pierced, organic forms.

    28. Barbara Hepworth 1- Openings 14 Andy Goldsworthy created openings in many of his site specific sculptures & Barbara Hepworth created pierced, organic forms.

    29. Barbara Hepworth 1- Openings 14 Andy Goldsworthy created openings in many of his site specific sculptures & Barbara Hepworth created pierced, organic forms.

    30. Barbara Hepworth 1- Openings 14 Andy Goldsworthy created openings in many of his site specific sculptures & Barbara Hepworth created pierced, organic forms.

    31. Barbara Hepworth 1- Openings 14

    32. Henry Moore 1- Openings 14 Andy Goldsworthy created openings in many of his site specific sculptures & Barbara Hepworth created pierced, organic forms.

    33. Rene Magritte (Surrealism) Time Transfixed 1934 1- Openings 14

    34. Surrealism 1- Openings 14

    35. Salvador Dali (Surrealism) Metamorphosis of Narcissus 1- Openings 14

    36. De Chirico (Surrealism) 1- Openings 14

    37. Vermeer girl reading a letter at an open window 1657 1- Openings 14

    38. Theatre designers create sequence of viewpoints for the audience to experience from the opening of the stage curtain. You could take a play and translate it into a sequence of two or three 3-D models describing various scenes within the play.