Category Archives: shapes
The pattern below was produced by water cascading down the surface o the water wall in my garfen
The Isles of Scilly, situated 30 miles off the southwest tip of Cornwall, form an area of outstanding natural beauty. An interesting feature of the landscape is the number of granite outcrops that take on the form of naturally sculpted mysterious creatures or characters. The formation below has features reminiscent of a turtle,
Attention should focus on a feeling response rather than a rational analysis Imagine walking into the room for the first time.
The purpose of this series is to convey som
A visual image, whether picture or graphic design, needs ‘breathing space’ in order to communicate fully with the viewer. It needs to be exhibited as created by the artist. Reproductions (eg. in books or online) can, at best, provide a useful introduction.
ething of the intended size of the artworks. The images used are from previous posts on this site. Most are abstracts influenced by post abstract expressionism artists.
On the southern shores of Bryher (Isles of Scilly) you might encounter this strange rock formation/ My early reaction was that it possessed an ‘extra-terrestrial’ quality. I have known it henceforth as ‘E.T’!
‘Is there anybody there?’ said the Traveller,
Knocking on the moonlit door
Walter de la Ma re
From the early years of the twentieth century the development, first, of electronic instruments and then of other new ways of making, recording and transmitting sound, caused a rethink of the definition of the word ‘music’. Such developments led to some composers creating works that could not be adequately communicated through conventional notation. Various forms of graphic notation were adopted
This image, although it is primarily intended to be a visual abstract, suggests, perhaps, a relationship with graphic notation. Maybe you can imagine the mood and the qualities of sound the hieroglyphics and symbols suggest. I think Kandinsky might have been interested!
The Isles of Scilly, situated 30 miles off the southwest tip of Cornwall, form an area of outstanding natural beauty. An interesting feature of the landscape is the number of granite outcrops that take on the form of naturally sculpted mysterious creatures or characters. Below we have a ‘turtle# from Tresco (The rock is about 5/6 metres in reality) l