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Welcome to a section of our website designed to give some advice and tips on marketing, creating art, and many other important elements in helping you become the best artist possible. This page will contain information on
how to better organize your studio, tips on building websites, art instruction lessons, and much more. Please visit this page often as it will be updated
regularly for your convenience and study.
Symmetry is an important design elements when creating any work of art. In
the example above, my drawing shows this idea of symmetry and
components of the structure. The work above shows 4 ladies who are
apparently creating a circular movement by my placing them in 4 exact
locations. But, its not that simple and easy. Good symmetrical structure in a
composition usually reveals a subtle breakdown in the usual perfect counter
structure of the objects. A perfect symmetrical work of art would be more
redundant and boring than say a work that uses this structure to create sub
structures within the symmetry. In the work above, as the 4 woman are
placed in the four corners differentiations in color, the break down form, and
shape interaction becomes varied. This creates more interesting fusion and
interaction of the forms and gives the work more depth of design.
Start to spend time doing your works in a series. Begin your work with a vision in mind. To make this easier, sit down and think of a favorite topic then begin a series of work based around your unique approach. This series can be 6 works or 12 works or more, but make it at least 3. This way you can develop deeper into your intended and chosen subject matter.
Start looking at the world from a child's perspective. As we grow older, even
artists find it difficult to look at life and reality in a playful way, thus they
remain stuck much like writers block. In order to unleash your full creative
power you must let yourself go or free yourself of the constraints of reality
and adult issues to tap into the well of resources of creativity. The key to
this is to approach your work more loosely and let yourself float into the
work rather than forcing the work to come the way you want it.
Start with a simple subject matter like a face of a person, then begin to look
at that object much differently. For instance, when you look at a face you
notice the eyes, nose and mouth, take these objects that make up the
whole object (face) and begin to find a way to relate these objects to one
another through a visual perspective. Maybe approach the whole of the face
as a dark galaxy while the mouth, nose and eyes become planets forming the
face. Begin to look at reality as a playground awaiting your minds activity in
and around it.