Art homework

I’m not sure why but I really enjoyed doing this week’s drawing class homework. I rather like the results too. In class this week we “drew” with ripped & cut pieces of paper. The idea was to look at shapes, light and dark, and which shapes are in front or in back.

My piece was created mostly from other artists’ cast off mono-prints as well as some magazine photographs. I love the texture and colors from the prints and tried to align the movement and light and dark areas with the beautiful bouquet of fresh tulips we were trying to recreate – composting at its best!

The homework was to then draw the piece we had created in class– an interpretation of an interpretation. I guess what I liked the most about it was that it felt joyful and it surprised me how this image one step removed from the original object was both similar and unique.  So when I look at the drawing it makes me happy.

The homework was to then draw the piece we had created in class– an interpretation of an interpretation. I guess what I liked the most about it was that it felt joyful. So when I look at the drawing it makes me happy.

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