300 Multiple Choices
The texture in this image is really interesting as the icicles against the metal are really intriguing. The background being blurred creates a more up close and personal feel to the photo as it looks like you're invading its space by getting so close to the chain.
Art Sketchbook Ideas: Creative Examples to Inspire High School Students
Looking for art sketchbook ideas? This article showcases inspirational high school sketchbooks - inspiration for the student and teacher.
Siskind, Aaron (1903-1991) - 1975 Cuzco Wall
Aaron Siskind (December 4, 1903 – February 8, 1991) was an American photographer who sometimes produced images analogous to or in homage of abstract expressionist painting. In his autobiography he wrote that he began his foray into photography when he received a camera for a wedding gift and began taking pictures on his honeymoon. He quickly realized the artistic potential this offered. He worked in both New York City and Chicago. Siskind's work focuses on the details of nature and…
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Aaron Siskind - Gloucester (Variant), 1940s | Phillips
View Gloucester (Variant) by Aaron Siskind sold at Photographs on London 8 May 2014 4pm. Learn more about the piece and artist, and its final selling price
Aaron Siskind - Chicago 11, 1965 | Phillips
View Chicago 11 by Aaron Siskind sold at Photographs from the Collection of the Art Institute of Chicago on Online-Only Auction 8 – 22 December 2014 . Learn more about the piece and artist, and its final selling price
Decomposing Food Art of Klaus Pichler | The Order of the Good Death
Austrian photographer Klaus Pichler, whom I first saw when he released a photoseries on dust (and the problems of an overly sterile society), has photographed rotting food for his series “One Third.”…
Elements of Design-texture
I choose for texture, helps your design to be distinctive or have identifying character and characteristics, because the rope textured