Wednesday, 7 November 2012

negative space (pt 2)


















negative space (pt 1)







lines and layers

Drawing with an emphasis on horizontal, vertical and diagonal lines + a layering from background to foreground with regard to negative space.









animation: 2D / 3D


They Might Be Giants - Istanbul (Not Constantinople) from They Might Be Giants on Vimeo.

Lucy Skaer: large drawings

Skaer's drawings utilise found imagery sourced from photojournalistic reportage. Working on paper - large stretches that in scale resemble unfurled banners, flags or giant scrolls, typically, the main substance of her drawings is graphite to which she adds enamel paint, ink and gold leaf.

By merging photo-orientated images with different forms of patterning, Skaer creates shifting collages that, once distanced from their original source, become open to alternative interpretations.

Untitled - 2009
Aluminium leaf and watercolour on paper
Installation View
A Boat Used As A Vessel, Kunsthalle Basel

Leviathan Edge - 2009
Pencil, ink and screenprint on paper
Installation View (3 part installation)
A Boat Used As A Vessel, Kunsthalle Basel













Three Possible Edges - 2008
Pencil, ink and screenprint on paper
3 parts - 2 x 9m / 2 x 7.45m / 2 x 6.25m
Installation view at The Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh
















Tuesday, 6 November 2012

Student critique: 'transcription'


               

An example of a student crit' or critique. 
Project title: 'National Gallery transcription project - Poussin' 
Students from Wimbledon College of Art, School of Foundation

Sunday, 28 October 2012

floor drawings

2 models. Large drawings on 4 x A1 sheets of cartridge paper.
Charcoal + stick to attach media to. Eraser. 1hr 15 mins.