PaTterns are EVERYWHERE
Just take a look and you will see *
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while making this track I used
For the jack & jill project i decided to go … metaphorical!
teamed up with Rabecca Doss & Elizabeth Best
Here are some pictures leading up to the finishing assignment
vvv WE HAD TO USE THESE SYMBOLS BELOW vvv
This is me working on the project =)
& this was our end result
in a weird personal metaphysical way
was quite interesting!
A few things I would have done differently would have been
& by doing those things the project could have been produced a lot more interesting catching the viewers eyes and ultimately enlightening them! <3
the rails of my stairwell to the post that hold it together
from the bricks which hold the building .. the trees…the roads..the truck & car…
the sun beam n the brick.. the paste that holds it together
there are so many interesting things on a walk
you can even find shadows when things become dark
hello parking meeter and under stairwell fence..
hello big sun beam..the trees 1 2 and 3
the neighbor building and brick roads ..
to the windows and shutters..
to the beautiful glistening shadows & the bright sun sparkles
just a little closer to the park i can see a blue fence
and a big sun beam shinning through the screen..
to the white lines on the brick roads to the green grass and red brick side walks…
to the little signs and blue sky..
the trees in the park shading the passer-bys
while in the park i can see the trees on me..
on the side walks..
on the street..
these big living things giving oxygen allowing me to breathe..
such beautiful things indeed
and when i go even further out on my adventure
there are so many more spectacular creatures
alive or nonliving
whatever they may be
they all seem alive to me
going on a walk can be such a beautiful thing
the art that surrounds us
brings me joy in my being
here are some pictures building to the finishing project
2. Star of David
The Star of David is taking a bite out of the Hamsa theoretically speaking of course haha
Next we put them into a grid and filled the shapes in with color.
I decided to do something a little different
I created the Hebrew letter Shin
I decided that the white backround with the dark Shin looked quite nice
so i made this
My only critique would be:
to have brought it in framed
make it a little less dizzy