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Mosaic by Allen Dumler

Mosaic by Allen Dumler

Shape: positive and negative: positive shape is the totality of the mass lying between its contours; in three-dimensional work, the visible shape or outer limit of a form changes as the viewer's position is changed. These outer limits are seen as shapes moving back and forth between major contours. Negative space is empty space defined by positive shape. Sometimes referred to as occupied and unoccupied space.

Sue Tilley - Artist & Sculptor - Portfolio

Shape: positive and negative: positive shape is the totality of the mass lying between its contours; in three-dimensional work, the visible shape or outer limit of a form changes as the viewer's position is changed. These outer limits are seen as shapes moving back and forth between major contours. Negative space is empty space defined by positive shape. Sometimes referred to as occupied and unoccupied space.

An entry from A L C H E M I L L A

An entry from A L C H E M I L L A

Beaded Clam with Eyeball Pearl, Betsy Youngquist

The following is the saying:    'Perspective sheds light on a situation.... The old term, 'beauty is in the eye of the beholder,' rings true in this photo.'

The following is the saying: 'Perspective sheds light on a situation.... The old term, 'beauty is in the eye of the beholder,' rings true in this photo.'

Little is as drab and cheerless as an expanse of grey cement block. But, as they say, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. And, in Meryl Weber’s view, little could be more exciting or full of potential for beauty.

Little is as drab and cheerless as an expanse of grey cement block. But, as they say, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. And, in Meryl Weber’s view, little could be more exciting or full of potential for beauty.

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