This is what pictures/objects I’ll put in a timecapsule. Hotairballoon, 3ds, boys playing wow3, cousin’s, grandpa’s cars, pistachio trees, garden, Windowsill, baseball game, games, books, Pokemon, sketchbooks, movies, wii, magnets, computer. #thejanuarychallenge#64MillionArtists
This is the stuff/pictures I would like to put in a capsule: a hot air balloon over a road, my 3ds, boys playing WOW 3, my cousin’s and grandpa’s cars, pistachio trees, grandma’s garden, window in the kitchen to grandma’s garden, local baseball game, steam games, books, Pokemon action figures, sketch books, movies, a wii, magnets, and a old computer. #thejanuarychallenge #64millionartists #100yearslater #photography #photos #pictures
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Taken from when I was in #Thailand in rhe summer.
Blurb from the www.thaizer.com site
“The location of this site is Wat Mahathat in Ayutthaya. This ancient temple was built during the 14th century, but was reduced to ruins in 1767 when the Burmese army invaded Ayutthaya, the capital of Siam. The temple was destroyed by the Burmese who also vandalised many of the Buddha images in Ayutthaya by lopping off the heads. The area remained abandoned and overgrown until the 1950s when the Department of Fine art began restoration work in Ayutthaya. Nobody knows for certain how the Buddha head became entwined in the roots of the tree. One theory suggests that the tree simply grew around the Buddha head during the period when the temple lay abandoned and overgrown. Another theory is that a thief moved the Buddha head away from the main temple to hide it. This may have happened in the early 1900s when it is known that one of the remaining areas of the temple collapsed and consequently led to treasure hunters digging in the area. After moving the stone Buddha head away from the ruined main temple, it is possible the thief never returned for his treasure or couldn’t move it any further beyond the walls that surround the temple. Instead, the stone Buddha head was abandoned by the wall not far from the entrance of Wat Mahathat where it can be seen today nestled in the tree roots which have grown around it”.
Using visual disability to see what you cant see to project the future of those with invisable disabilities with discoloured paints over metal composing imprints, impress and silk screen prints to compose this futurist scene of the a life in the future. This piece is interpreted by the viewer in my idealist view it is the wrong way round.
Do: Capture or find on your phone (or in an album) an image or a series of images that you’d want to put into a time capsule – so people in 100 years can have a look and see how life was like back in 2017 or 18. They might be specific to your life, or life on earth in general. If you don’t have a camera or photos to hand, you could always draw an image instead.
Think: Why do you think the images or objects you have chosen really represent 2018? How different do you think your life would be without your chosen objects or the scenarios in the images?
Share: Share your time capsules with the hashtag #TheJanuaryChallenge and #64MillionArtists or DM us – you can even send it to us across our other channels (links in bio)
If you have more time: Find an object (or more) that you’d like to put in the time capsule that also captures life in 2018.
The theme for Day 4 was “Build a Castle” because most people at some point dream of living in one. I don’t live in one, but am lucky enough to live next to a Medieval Gatehouse in a converted barn. We came to view the house, took some pictures and went for a drink at our local, the sunset walking back to our car was stunning! I’ve combined these two pictures in a pastel sketch. Again I’m not good at drawing, but I really enjoyed this one. #64millionartists #thejanuarychallenge Something #creative everyday #pastels #drawing #castle #steetonhallgateway
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Day 4 build a castle. Thanks to @davidcharlesreynolds, Bridie and Leigh for architectural support, resource management and Artistic imput
3004 – Castle Creation. Want to know the story behind the project? Check out my blog. rosannesart365.blogspot.com #makesomething365 #RosannesArt #TheJanuaryChallenge #64MillionArtists #artteacher #cleanup #castle #containers #sculpture #everyday #rinsedandstacked #blog
Day 4 of #thejanuarychallenge Mine’s a bit late due to a cold I decided to make my castle out of paper ✂ .
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Day 4: finished just before midnight! This is what happens when you get home at 11pm. One piece of paper and a pencil ✏️ later – build a castle with whatever you have at hand. @64millionartists #thejanuarychallenge #create #creative #art #artwork #pencildrawing #pencilandpaper #castle #chateau