Thursday, September 21, 2017

Aesthetics Philosophies

This Photograph represents realism.  It is taken in direct sunlight in my yard and is very realisticly shown as close to life as possible.  The Aesthetic Philosophy is therefore Aristotle.


This Photograph was taken in Wyoming at the Grand Teton's national park.  When I saw it it was extreme beauty!  I believe the photograph as I edited it became perfection, and therefore, the Aesthetic Philosophy is Platonic.


This photograph is an extreme close-up.  It was the back of the computer with the cable showing.  But you would not know that when looking at it, it is therefore abstracted through simplification.  The Aesthetic Philosophy is possibly Richards, as you probably think that I am communicating about the line and shadow.  



This photograph of a painting was fractured by an App on my iPad.  I can identify the elements of shape, multiple squares, and colors, nothing else.  I therefore believe that the Aesthetic Philosophy again is probably Richards, as I am communicating about the beauty of squares.



This Photograph is distorted.   It is interesting, but extremely hard to figure out what is going on other than the colors and the strange shape.  Again I could say that the Aesthetic Philosopy  is Richards, but I also could make an argument for Avante Guarde, which is doing something which has not been done before, or pushing the boundries  of art, which is perhaps questionable.



Monday, April 4, 2016

Perspective photo

Made using Layers in Sketchbook Express

Elements

Organic Line Pattern made in iOrnament or KalidoPaint


Organic Line Made  in Fluid using screen shot
Geometric Line Shape made in Decosketch




Monday, March 28, 2016

Perspective in Paint

Here are the one point perspective drawings that we did in class.  These were completed in Microsoft paint.  I plan to work on them  in Adobe Photosoft CS6.