They lead your eyes to the large boat, onward to the bottom, where there are animals boarding it. The lines are also very sharp. They outline the shapes in the painting, giving the shapes a clear border. The next element is shape. The shapes are at very sharp angles.
Morrison uses a combination of horizontal and vertical lines to create context in his rendition of Lake Superior. Horizontal lines seem placid and stabilizing, and Morrison uses unbroken horizontal lines to differentiate the water of the lake from the cliffs. These stabilizing lines run throughout the entire work, but in the bottom half where the cliffs are represented, the horizontal
Peter Max is known as one of the most popular pop artists in today’s art circles. His work is easily recognized by bold and uncommon color and line choices, as well as the wide uneven brush stroke found in the majority of his work. “Vase of Flowers Series 60 Detail Ver. VI #40” is representative of Max’s work as a whole. It possesses the gradients, rustic brush strokes and the unusual color choices and gradients that have become characteristic of his style.
The first work of art that I am going to analyze, titled Smokey, is an example of 3D art. The artist, Luke Sides, used the additive casting technique of sculpting to created his cast iron bust. It is on display in The Arts Gallery at Collin College. This year 's exhibition, titled The Arts Faculty, was visited on September 5th. This sculpture is representational, and it 's form is portrayed on a large scale that is out of proportion when compared to the presumed size of what it represents.
The line quality in the man’s shirt behind his left arm shows that he is bending his elbow holding something. Another example of line quality would include the woman’s right arm showing that she is bending her elbow as well. Carl Bloch uses value in the painting considering he darkens the outside of the picture and the individuals behind them to show some emphasis on the three individuals sitting at the table. The shapes included in this picture would consist of the “normal” shape of a human and the shape of the cat behind the woman at the table; although, it does
In fact, in a picture of rain, there are ripples surrounding the raindrop’s hitting the water. The ripples in the water and the distance naturally created is portrayed in the pictures. Accordingly, the illustrator uses techniques to create distance between objects. For instance, when two girls and a dog are enjoying the rain the reader is able to see the scenery from a distance. These elements help to enhance the experience that a reader feels towards the book’s message; to enjoy the weather and
Most of his lines were contour lines which suggested volume. Each of the four walls are symmetrically balanced. In addition the mural shows texture because the lines and shades of light and dark paint makes it look like one could touch whatever is being displayed in the
The lining in the skin makes the painting look more realistic and the lighting brings out the dimensions very well. The lining is overlapping which shows the movement in the painting. The triangle shape begins at the top of Mary’s head and down the back of Jesus contacting to the bottom of her hands and coming around her shoulder. Spacing is very important
She uses a balance of elements that mix together to form a beautiful piece of artwork known as “Clouds over Laguna”. She includes a lot of color into her piece. A combination of whites, greens, and blues add to the realism. These colors can be found in nature and are common
David Cordingly's “Under the Black Flag: The Romance and the Reality of Life Among the Pirates” is an extraordinary book, although sometimes confusing. Yet it is of no surprise that Cordingly writes his book with enthusiasm and great interest, Cordingly is clearly a sophisticated expert in pirate stories and legends. What makes Cordingly’s book so interesting and original is that he explores the facts and details about pirate history while at the same time exposing the myths and romanticized lies. The book itself investigates the reality of piracy versus the fictional images of pirates and their unimaginable portrayal in books and movies. Therefore the purpose of this assignment will be for me to give a detailed evaluation of David Cordingly's
Depending on which piece of the collection is viewed, vertical parallel or horizontal lines varying in weight stretch across the composition. The vertical lines give Germaux’s piece a strong and stable feel, whereas the horizontal lines provide a more calming feel for the viewer. The repetition of parallel lines in Parallel Play creates beauty through dissimilarity. The predictable order of the parallel lines contrasts the stir of circles located adjacent and causes the lines to beautifully model simplicity and structure. In addition, by painting dark contour lines around the colorful circles, Germaux is able to aid the viewer in distinguishing the individual circles and identifying the beautiful pattern that they
These colours also makes the user feel more creative and productive and also gives a calming feeling from the light blue colour. The colours of the design makes it perfect to place in a room to create a relaxing atmosphere. The natural looking light brown colour from the oak adds a more serious look and
The piece was being exhibited for yourself to interpret it. In art, colour can be used to evoke a certain mood, create a message or evoke a strong response in the viewer. Creatives can use the positive or negative attributes of color in their works to subliminally send a message. The colour blue can be represent a message such as calm, compassion, and harmony. Blue can also represent wisdom and a steady character.