Tuesday, September 15, 2015


Karlo Pillula

Megan Svendsen
Last night the class made drawings from a single item with the objective of activating the negative space. Karlo's drawing at the top is cropped dividing the page in half diagonally. The wide open space at the bottom of the composition draws the viewer into the image. The hammer appears to be emerging or falling from the top mass of lines and atmosphere.
Megan's drawing of plumbing parts is effectively placed on a tilted plane dividing the page into a series of triangles. The zoomed in view allows for the repeating nut shapes to establish a rhythm. Both students have skillfully used their materials to address atmosphere as well as the light and volume of the objects.

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