My paintings were part of a series of displays of works by students and staff from Chelsea College of Arts for the Chelsea Cafe Project. Chelsea Cafe Project is curated by Chelsea Space as part of the Chelsea Public Programme. Click on the link below to read more about my work and this project https://chelseapublicprogramme.wordpress.com/2013/08/20/chelsea-cafe-project-display-7-ekta-aggarwal/
Musee de l’Orangerie, a small museum at the end of Jardin Tuileries, boasts of an impressive collection. Neighbour to the imposing Louvre, it elegantly holds its own. The display includes paintings by Claude Monet, Paul Cezzane, Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Amedeo Modigliani, Paul Guillaume among many other renowned painters. A visit to this museum is a must if you are in Paris. End the tour with a highly recommended creme brulee at the cafe in the Tuileries.
Like most people, I decided to start a blog. Decision made, I was faced with the mammoth task of naming it. Sat for hours thinking of a name meaningful for me. While thinking my eyes kept getting drawn to an orange triangle formed by the fading sunlight outside my window. After having gone through scores of names and reading websites about how to name your blog, I decided Orangle Triangle was the name most relevant to me. It had color and geometry- two things I like most. Sadly the domain name orange triangle was taken. I have humbly settled for No Orange Triangle.