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Design Exercise:Texture

In several recent posts we’ve discussed artists who use the design element of texture. I’m asking you to put the new knowledge you’ve gained from those posts to use. The best way to begin to do this is by reviewing … Continue reading

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Texture As Material And Metaphor

In several recent posts we’ve discussed the design element of texture. I want to add to that discussion by presenting the work of two additional artists, Alexandra Kehayoglou and Sigalit Landau. Argentinian artist Alexandra Kehayoglou is known for her elaborately … Continue reading

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Fool The Eyes: Artists Who Use Their Skills To Challenge Our Perception (Part 3)

In two earlier posts we described the work of artists who create artwork that challenges the viewer’s perception – work that goes beyond simple representation and fools the eye as well as tricking the mind. The first post looked at … Continue reading

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A Simple Map Of Life: Leonardo Drew

Last week I went with some friends to see an exhibition at the DeYoung Museum in San Francisco. On the drive over I sat in the back seat and tried to come up with a topic for this week’s blog. … Continue reading

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