"9 or 12 views of an object" - vary by level/class. Emphasizes multiple viewpoints, looking closely, + life. Kids usually only see a couple of views of a small object unless this way of "seeing" if stressed. Opens the door for talking about cropping, image selection, repetition, variation, pushing past "1st idea" in compositional development, etc.

like for maybe O'Keeffe drawing. Find an object and have to re-position and draw different elements. (cool drawings of couples)

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I love the color of the metal from rust and the cogs which are only small details of a larger thing but are fundamental in making in work.

I love pictures like this! All that rust, with little mossy bits. And so much texture. Awesome! by Periegese.

I love pictures like this! All that rust, with little mossy bits. And so much texture. Hmmm going to have to swipe my hubby's log chain now and rust it.

A Rusty Rainbow - i love this it's so surreal

sometimes rust adds so much color to something. We may not always appreciate the effects of rust on things, but you have to admit.sometimes it looks pretty darn cool!

Observational studies using different materials,pencil ink water colour charcoal etc

Observational studies using different materials,pencil ink water colour charcoal etc.maximising a single idea to develop a final design.

Cogs are a connotation of man (or most beings infact) due to the idea of the inner workings of a person. The rust in this case suggests past time and old age. This allows the idea of males being the dominant sex in industry much more prominent, suggesting one section of an androgynous image. On a deeper level, the sound of rusty, old cogs could be seen as not so dissimilar to that of the grinding of teeth - a clear suggestion of recreation drug use. 'Departure' in this case is represented…

Cogs are a connotation of man (or most beings infact) due to the idea of the inner workings of a person. The rust in this case suggests past time and old age.

Tree bark - links to growth and evolution theme and I love the intricate detail.

Tree bark - links to growth and evolution. The detail created by pure nature is incredible, and no tree is the same.

Fernand Leger: Mechanical Elements, 1920, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Fernand Léger: Mechanical Elements - 1920 - Metropolitan Museum of Art

Tree bark #photography

Judith Altman Designs: A Study in Texture :: Bark, Moss and Lichen

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