The new Paul Klee museum in Bern, Switzerland is on the outskirts of town, in a mordern building, constructed to hold the vast collection of the artist’s work; this summer the collection was not on display, because the foundation is working on a new show; I took advantage of being there to purchased quite a few postcards to use as research; I also found out that Klee’s pieces are difficult to preserve, as many of them were painted on cardboard and burlap, hence the wonderfull textures.
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Beatrice is an illustrator and designer of juvenile and baby designs, with a career that spans for over twenty years. The whimsical images have been licensed for scrap-booking albums, paper products, baby bedding and giftware. View more posts