Friday, September 23, 2016


David Covarrubias

Erik Dellabruna

Harrison Nixon
Yesterday the class completed the Subjective Use of Value drawings. David's drawing at the top exhibits a totem-like sculpture of representational and abstract shapes and forms. The values are rich, balanced and varied. Notice how the shapes are locked in the center and appear to standout against the background.
Erik's drawing illustrates a surreal landscape as if one is peering out through the mouth of a cave. The overlapping shapes and rich, black values help project the depth and atmosphere of the drawing.
Harrison's drawing is a dynamic composition reminiscent of a folk tale. He has effectively established multiple rhythms by repeating the bird feet and beaks as well as similar values and textures.

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