Polish by birth, Max Weber moved to the US when he was ten years old and his family settle in Brooklyn.
I loved this image for its title first – ‘Rush Hour’ (1915).
The sense of movement and the buildings towering over your progress is wonderful.
But I wonder what he would make of rush hour today?
Women, Men, Education, and Reading. A fascinating article exploring different attitudes to women and education through the theme of female portraits.
Well worth reading and studying the art, hence no summary of my own!
This is from my Instagram account.
I’ve always loved art and always bemoaned ‘I can’t draw’.
This self-fufilling prophecy has worked for all of the years following a drawing I did of a Police motorcycle in Primary School, aged about seven!
During this latest lockdown I determined to ‘give’ art a go again and worked on my iPad.
I have loved every minute of it.
Not everything has been great but I am really loving the peace of creating the art, no matter what the outcome is.
I Hope you like it.