This is a photo of " Lee Ufan- from line 1978 oil paint and glue on canvus" I loved this painting because it literally pulled me in due to the vivid bright blue used at the top of the design. It's how the blue decreases to White it got me thinking how the artist done that then when I read the detail of the painting next to it it told me they had used a mixture of paint and glue. It works excellent together.
This was a trip we went to for design and communication 1. I really enjoyed this trip as I saw some amazing work by many artists for example;Picaso.
This is "Pablo Picasso- bust of a woman" I like this design as it's abstract I think this is why I picked it because it is a portrait that's humorous and doesn't has to be precise and perfect. The colours complement each other and the green colour of the bust stands out the most.
This is "Leon Golub- Vietnam 2 1973 acrylic on linen." I didn't like this work because it was completely terrible and terrifying that it shows a young child in the middle of a war zone. On further viewing it does recognise the impact and terror young children go through on a daily basis. The impact of using greens, blacks, whites and browns show the link between the characters and the idea of the piece.
This is Jerwood which we visited when we went to the Tate Modern.
This was a trip we went to which I really enjoyed due to the different sculptors.
This is a photo of a statue I have captured from the Victoria and Albert Museum. I love the colours in the design because the darkness of the red makes the richness of the gold stand out.
This is a photo of a table from the Victoria and Albert Museum I have captured. I love the table because of the use of light and dark throughout the design they complement each other making the pattern on the table stand out to the viewer.
This is a photo I have captured of three pottery pieces at the Victoria and Albert Museum. I love these pieces because I think it is imaginative and creative. The use of the element cardboard in the pieces makes them stand out the most to me.
This is a photo of two sculptures I have captured at the Victoria and Albert Museum. I like the size of the sculptures and the details entailed within the designs.
This is a photo I have captured at the Victoria and Albert Museum. I like the composition of the candle stick because the top of the candle stick reminds me of branches coming of a tree and the bottom of the stick reminds me of roots.
This is a photo I have taken at the Victoria and Albert Museum. I like the detail in the centre of the pottery piece and the richness of the colour used.
This is a photo I have captured at the Victoria and Albert Museum. I like how the work has a combination of mechanical and environmental aspects.
This is a photo I have captured at the Victoria and Albert Museum. I loved this piece as it has different colours on each piece of the design. The colours are vivid and retro.
This is a photo I took at the Victoria and Albert Museum. I love the different illustrations on each design as they all have a mixture of bold and light colours used.
This is my sketch of a statue I saw at the Victoria and Albert Museum. I do not think my sketch has worked out well because it does not look realistic. The ink pens used make the sketch look bold, however, do not work because it does not show the parts that stood out to me (i.e. the apple and pears) it makes everything stand out. If I had the chance to redo this sketch I would think about the media used change it from ink pens to pencil or water colour paint.