Part 2, Project 3 (At home) – Research point

Unusual or multiple viewpoints / contemporary artists In this research point, I will be considering ways in which I could explore unusual viewpoints when drawing. I’ll also be researching some interior drawings by contemporary artists and analyzing their content, medium, format and context. Viewpoints: Study for Mrs Madeleine Jocelyne with her Son (1987), Anthony Green bird’s-eye view, elevated viewpoint multiple viewpoints at the same time, different perspectives drawing does not fill format or even touch edges resembles crumpled paper, origami, folds, geometric https://www.artfund.org/supporting-museums/art-weve-helped-buy/artwork/4486/madeline-joscelyne-with-her-son Male Model with Kimono, Female Model with Mirror (1985), Philip Pearlstein diagonals depth added by mirror figures going outside of … Continue reading Part 2, Project 3 (At home) – Research point

Part 2 (Intimacy) – Research point

The following artists came to mind as I thought about negative vs. positive space. Some of them aren’t really “from today” but felt they were very relevant for this research point. Gary Hume (1962 – ) Gilou Brillant (1935 – ) Helen Frankenthaler (1928 – 2011) M.C. Escher (1898 – 1972) Audrey Beardsley (1872 – 1898) Will Bradley (1868 – 1962) René Gruau (1909 – 2004) Fredrick Hammersley (1919 – 2009) Henri Matisse (1896 – 1954) I browsed through these artists and did small thumbnail drawings of the works that really got my attention in terms of the use of … Continue reading Part 2 (Intimacy) – Research point

Part 2 (Intimacy) – Research point

Still life genre, 16th century to today  many elements in composition, mostly natural vegetables, flowers, food, fruits, animals scientific/botanical illustrations realism, detailed, vivid colors sharp contrast light and shadow Still life as a genre began in the 17th century predominantly in the Netherlands, though German, French, Italian and Spanish still life can also be found from this period. In the 15th and 16th century, still life objects were implemented mostly as religious symbols in manuscripts, panel paintings and the like. The urbanisation of Dutch and Flemish society started to change this, bringing about the use of still life as a … Continue reading Part 2 (Intimacy) – Research point