I chose four radically different landscape artists from different eras and decided to dissect and cross reference them on how each one managed to draw in the viewer on an emotional level, surprising them, gripping them, and above all involving them. J.M.W Turner Paul Nash Richard Long Tacita Dean Each artist I chose had a radically different way of expressing ‘the landscape’. From Dean’s almost … Continue reading Comparison of ‘Contemporary’ and ‘Traditional’ approaches to Landscape.
It’s not as daunting as it seems. It just takes a little preparation, a little time, and a bit more patience. The patience part coming at the end of the process when the paper is layered and you are painstakingly peeling it off the board with the most delicate of digits and making sure it doesn’t rip or tear, or you don’t loose your cool … Continue reading Hand Made Paper
. One theme that I do like to explore is the idea of boarders, or taking the picture beyond the conventional square or rectangle canvas that we see so much in art. In this assignment I used a collage created from the bar I work at, representing a 360 degree panoramic using multiple viewpoint to create unbalanced perspective and some interesting scope of line and … Continue reading Part 2, Assignment 2 – ‘One For The Road.’
I approached this exercise to expand and explore how different materials can describe certain textures, surfaces and colours. I chose the still life objects to contrast with each other in colour and texture and put together a smooth, shiny, black worn leather boot, a hard, solid mottled grey pestle and mortar and a few soft, vibrant yellow bananas. Setting this on a blue towel as … Continue reading Pt 2, Pt 2, Ex 3 – experimenting with multi media.