Lines (Artist Research)
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(Inspiration) Turbulent lines
I was pretty sure that I wanted to do something that was reminiscent of waves or the sea for my turbulent lines.
(Tests) Sensual Lines [Part 2] & Paint-Glue Edits
Sensual Lines Test 2: So I did some thread tests on potential sensual lines that I posted about in the previous post- and it came out kinda weird^ ^” I was inspired by this picture: It is INSANELY HARD to replicate this in real life.
(Test) Sensual and Systematic Threads
I have this thing with experimenting with as many items as I can get my hands on so I keep jumping from place to place>< Prof Ina mentioned the use of thread two weeks ago to create straight lines and I was very taken with the idea!
(Test) Spontaneous and Aggressive Lines
While brainstorming to come up with spontaneous lines, I kept trying to think of ways to create lines that were not forced or created to look spontaneous.
(Test) Hot Glue lines
(Test) Paint-Glue Variations
(2D Processes) Piping Gloves, String and the Artists who inspired me
After our first monoprint lesson (which ended disastrously for both me and my white shirt), I decided to started out my experimentation with smearing paint around paper.
Cai Guo Qiang
I like Cai Guo Qiang out of all the artists we were introduced to because his works are beautiful and they appeal immensely to my inner pyromaniac.