My main aim with this topic is to investigate the different styles and techniques artists throughout the ages used to depict the land around them, often giving a great insight into how they felt, and how they expressed their feelings for their surroundings through their art. I decided to look at, and compare styles between: Japanese style landscapes (1400-1600’s) Alexander Corzens (1717-1786) J. M. W … Continue reading A Brief Look at Landscapes.
Summer is round the corner, and just in time for my first outdoor project. I quickly became familiar with the system of recording and drawing trees. Being complex forms, by looking too hard at all the shapes and lines quickly became confusing. However, the more trees I looked at, the more I realised that, although appearing random and chaotic, each type of tree had underlining … Continue reading Part 3, Project 1, Ex 1,2,3 Trees and the great outdoors. Case study with Dina Brodsky (In progress)