The weather can be erratic at the best of times, but even a calm, sunny day can prove a tricky task when trying to pin point and record those fast flowing, ever changing masses of ice and water. The problems I encountered when I first attempted to draw clouds. This was actually a blessing in disguise as the only way I could get any sense … Continue reading Pt 3, Pr 2, Ex 1 – Cloud Formations and tones.
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.