How to Make it as an Art Student
02 Nov 21
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Categories: Art & Design and Fine Art, Undergradute
As an artist, being inspired is one of the most important things. Inspiration can help you create masterpieces, attempt new creations and learn new skills. During the lockdown, it can be challenging to get your fulfilment of inspiration, especially as all the legendary artists have their work hanging on art gallery walls.
Staring at the same walls in your house can be tedious. Yet, thanks to the incredible art and design world, you can transform your laptop screen into a virtual art gallery visit. These galleries understand the importance of inspiration, and they also know that during the lockdown, creatives will need more inspirations than ever to get the paint on the canvas.
Prestigious art galleries around the world are opening their doors with virtual tours. Here are our favourite galleries which you can have a virtual visit online today.
The Dali Museum, Spain
Salvador Dali is one of the most inspirational artists of the 20th century. He has inspired many artists from all ages with his surrealism work. To this day, Surrealism is still one of the most commonly practised art styles, and Dali had a considerable contribution to this timeless success of an art movement.
His most recognised piece, The Persistence of Memory, which features melting clocks on a baron landscape, still influences modern culture with ‘melting’ yet functional clocks being sold online.
In this online virtual visit, you’ll find some of Dali’s incredible works inside and outside the art gallery, click the link to find out more.