If you have ever picked up an art book on how to draw, then you will know that every picture starts off as just a simple shape; a circle can become a face, a triangle someone's torso, and just having watched the special features a Disney DVD, I saw how a scribble on a piece of paper turned into a set of gnashers for Donald Duck (even if he isn't meant to have teeth).
'Composition 204' by Friedrich Vordemberge-Gildewart
At the Annely Juda Fine Art Gallery in London, you will discover how simple shapes can transform into masterpieces; these include not just paintings, but sculptures and installations too. The exhibition, Line & Circle is open until the 23rd March, and features work by artists such as Ben Nicholson, Ivan Kliun, and Naum Gabo, who was one of the world's foremost Constructivist sculptors. He uses a wide range of materials in his work, such as stone, marble, perspex, and steel, creating complex forms that challenge your perspective.
Other works include the compositions by the German abstract painter, Friedrich Vordemberge-Gildewart, whose paintings remind me of retro video games like table tennis or Pac-Man