rekognitionoisuled: Endlose Treppe by Max Bill, dedicated to Ernst Bloch’s Principle of Hope Photo by joern.s
Soap Bubbles, New York, 1945-6 by Bernice Abbott Principal of design: harmony, repetition, perspective
A project for my 3-D class. We were to create a sculpture that explored structure. My concept was to take an extremely basic implied shape, a rectangular prism, and utilize the principles of economy to suggest the 'missing links.' I wanted the shadow Teds Woodworking Review
Richard Shilling's land art involves making sculptures using only natural materials gathered near to where the sculpture is going to be made. He doesn't use glue or string and some of his work will last only a few short minutes before a change in the weather will sweep them away. Some of his art consists of different sized rocks balanced on top of each other precariously. We will have a gallery of his creations on the Telegraph site later today.
A variety of works demonstrating your understanding of three dimensional design (unity/variety, balance, emphasis, contrast, rhythm, repetition, proportion/scale, occupied/unoccupied space, mass,...
El profesor de arte útil: Elementos de Arte y Principios de Diseño: La Línea Recta
Principle: Art & design: Movement/Direction/Motion. This looks sculptural works are in motion while being still. I imagine that both place and time within their repetition movements. Peter Jansen: Human Motions-Jump