Bear, Sarah Maycock, Painting http://www.weareconran.com/graphic-art-galore-at-somerset-house/ This painting uses as little amount of thick strokes to show a bear. She doesn’t overdo it with lines and just vaguely uses line to represent the object. Economy of line is using as less … Continue reading
London Bridge, Andre Derain, 1906, Oil http://www.brooklynmuseum.org/exhibitions/monet/derain.php This painting is asymmetrical because there is no symmetry created. Both sides of the painting are completely different due to the bridge being on one side and the water being on the other.
Philip Guston, Neo-Expressionism, 1975, Acrylic http://deeppapercuts.blogspot.com/2012_04_01_archive.html This acrylic painting shows imbalance because all of the objects are on one side. Our focus is turned toward the right side of the painting and the left section is almost left blank.
Tara Catalano, Emerge http://fineartamerica.com/profiles/tara-catalano.html This piece creates emergence. The blue that is used in the middle puts an emphasis on the head which is emerging out of the orange background. She also puts roses in front of the head which … Continue reading
Esther Stewart, http://spilleresther.blogspot.com/2007_09_01_archive.html He used salt to make this piece of artwork which is not a very normal material. He displays depth by using light color in front of dark. He manipulates it in order to create reification.
Unknown, http://colleen-pei.blogspot.com/2007/08/frog-or-horse-multistability.html This image can be perceived in many different ways. It uses black and white to confuse our vision. It could either be a frog or a horse and that is how it is an example of multi stability.