# Artwork 2 Analysis

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Artwork 1 is an example of two-dimensional art and used directional lines, shapes, organic shapes and outlines that were expressed through the woman in the artwork. The woman in the artwork is an example of two-dimensional art because she is defined by height and width. For example, the top of her height is defined by the top of her hat and the bottom of her height is defined by the bottom lines of her dress near her foot. The lines in her dress help convey a sense of movement. For example, there are directional lines on the woman’s left sleeve of her dress and on the bottom of her dress. These directional lines imply she is walking while moving her left hand. There are also multiple shapes on her dress. For example, there are flowers on her…show more content…
The artist has sculpted a hunched man holding a disk in his right hand out of marble, which is an example of three-dimensional art because the sculpture has height, width, and depth. The sculpture can be seen from all angles. The sculpture has mass and volume, which is defined by the marble it is made up of and the amount of space it occupies. The marble sculpture is also an organic form because it was sculpted in the form of a male human being. The sculpture is a static work of art, but there is an implied motion through the visual clues of the sculpture. For example, the man in the sculpture is holding a disk in his right hand at an angle like he is about to throw it. The man is also in a position that suggests movement since he is hunched over and his knees are bent; however, the motion can’t be seen happening in real time. The artist used three-dimensional artwork to help convey motion through an organic…show more content…
Complementary colors are opposite of each other on the color wheel which can intensive each color. For example, the artist used orange, blue, green, and red to suggest grass on the bottom left side of the painting. These four colors are complementary colors, for example, blue is complementary to orange and green is complementary to red. These colors are painted throughout the area on the left side of the painting near the tree. The artist used pink which has a red hue to paint the building labeled restaurant on the right side of the painting. The artist used warm colors to suggest the street or sidewalk in the middle of the painting by using yellow-orange colors. This creates a warm sense that can be associated with a street or sidewalk and the color is only between the buildings on the right side and the grass on the left side. There are also cool colors on the left side where the grass is suggested. There are green and blue colors that suggest cool temperatures that can be associated with grass and these colors are also analogous colors on the color wheel. The artist also uses tints and shades in their painting. For example, there are shades in the grassy area on the left side of the painting and tints are used on the buildings on the right side of the painting. The artist used various color techniques in their