For this week's critical analysis, you will navigate to the Elements of Design tutorial on the class website, which can be found HERE, or by hovering over Technical/Tutorials at the top of this page.
On the tutorial page, you will note several different examples of artwork(photographs, paintings, sculptures, etc.) for each element of design. Your task is to choose 1 example within each element and write 1 paragraph explaining how the given element is incorporated into the artwork you chose to write about. You will do this for each element of art, making 8 paragraphs total. Your paragraphs must be 4 sentences minimum each. When you are writing, be sure to list the name of the artist whose work you are referencing.
Post your writing as a comment to this blog post. Make sure you comment on the correct class period's blog post.
Here is an example:
This is a photograph by an artist named Stephen Shore. This image uses the design element of space because the illusion of space is implied within the 2D images on the billboard itself, but also actual space exists in and around the area surrounding the billboard. The billboard shows a depiction of a mountain range landscape, suggesting a clear foreground, middleground, and background, even though it is enclosed by a rectangular, 2 dimensional frame. There is also infinite space surrounding the billboard, as the clouds, landscape, and mountain range reach off into the distance.
Your analyses will be graded on the following criteria:
If you do not finish in class, you must complete this for homework before class on Thursday, 3/28/19. Do not overthink this—just write about what you see. Good luck!
Use this guide if you are stuck on what to write about: