Colored pencils organized in rainbow order. Each colored pencil is in a certain place to give it a rainbow affect. This is framing because all the pencils is being framed in the shelve. It's also balance as the pencils are in rows and the same size.
Photography: lesson plan exploring the use of found imagery in photography includes starter, main and plenary activity with link to the work of Stephen J Shanabrook, Laura White, Off Camera and Rebecca Chew exploring the concept of photographic sculpture
Makoto Aida, Azemichi (a path between rice fields) Japanese mineral pigment, acrylic on Japanese paper, 73 x 52 cm. Collection of Toyota Municipal Museum of Art; courtesy Mizuma Art Gallery Feels Vauguely creepy - Japanese as opposed to American Gothic?
Self Portrait-Chuck Close (interestingly, this artist has "face blindness", a disorder in which he cannot recognize faces. He paints portraits in order to help him remember even his own face) Really like the shapes used to make the face