In the first still life ends were cut off. The image didn't meet the Rule of Thirds. In the second still life you can see all the edges. You can also see where the rule of thirds are located. In the first Landscape you can see a lot of the ground. The horizon isn't present. In the second Landscape image in the horizon is easy to find. You can also see a proportional amount of ground to sky. In the first portrait the picture had a glare to it and the face was blocked out a little. In the second image the face is more clear. There isn't a glare.
This art piece is called "Sunset on the Isle". The media used to create this art piece was soft pastels. To create this piece I wrote down things that came to mind when I hear or see the word Naturescape. After I wrote down the words I drew/sketched images of what I wanted to create. Next I did two rough drafts. I finally I recreated the piece that I was most confident in. goo.gl/images/JPUM3Q inspired this art piece. My goal as an artist is to connect to the feelings of others through my artwork. The art piece connects to the feeling of peace or being at ease. The final piece came out greater than what I imagined. In the since of the colors blended very well together.
The title of this piece is “Praying Mantis’ Spread Wings too”. The subject matter of my artwork is the praying mantis. To create this piece black ink was placed on my paper. Then I used a straw to spread the ink out by blowing into the straw. Next I looked at the ink to determine what I saw. This piece expresses the idea that everyone appears differently; but have similar characteristics. In creating this artwork I learned how to create an image from a blob of ink. The final piece is what I imagined. The way this piece will help me in the future is I will try to create different pieces by starting with a blob of ink and figure out the different images I see.
This piece is titled “Initials”. The subject matter of my artwork is non-subjective. The medias I used in my artwork are graphite, charcoal, and ink wash. My process for my artwork didn’t have a thought process behind it. My artwork wasn’t inspired I just went with the flow. My goals as an artist is to find a way for me to express my feelings so that others can see and relate to it. This piece helped me reach my goals partially. It helped me because the ‘19 seen in my art represents the year I graduate from high-school. That’s my end goal and I’m sure that’s the goal of many others.In creating this piece I learned that it’s ok to not think about the art and just do. The final piece is not what I imagined. It came out better than what I was expecting. The way this piece will influence my future artwork is it will encourage me to be more free with my work and not to stress over the outcome.