SA 151 - Weeks 7 & 8: Digital Collage (guest instructor Matt Ehlers)

Grab a notepad before examining the following images. Write down your reactions to each image. Look at the images again ask questions about the idea behind it and the stylistic choices made by the artist:

Here’s a great little introduction to COLOR THEORY.

theory-wheel-history

 

Maggie Taylor

Night gardeners. Maggie Taylor - Garden maggie-taylor taylor_TwoRabbits_el

Moholy-Nagy

Between-Heaven-and-Earth_-Moholy-Nagy

Hannah Höch

elramo-hannah-hoch Hannah-Hoch-Roma-Chaos-and-Classicism-Guggenheim

Iwao-Yamawaki

Iwao-Yamawaki-Bather-Collage-1933

 

Megalethascope

 

slide 1 (Eastman House) slide 3 (Eastman house)

Week two video (just for fun):


Here’s a great resource for images that you can use for any non-commercial purposes: Flickr.com/Commons
Here’s an image I found using the search word “terrain”

Terrain Flickr Commons

 

Crazy graffiti ‘mapping’ of a mural in Australia.

Here’s a Rochester-based art collective doing some amazing work: 1975

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And don’t forget FIRST FRIDAYS! Next one coming up on March 6th.

FF-logo

M. C. Escher

escher_sky_water

Ruud van Empel

Ruud van Empel 1

Ruud van Empel 2

Cig Harvey

Cig Harvey 1

Cig Harvey 2

Mark Klett & Byron Wolfe

Mark Klett & Byron Wolfe 1

Mark Klett & Byron Wolfe 2

Follow this link to see the work of Victor Faccinto.

The_Persistence_of_Memory

Erik Johansson

Citizen Cane

howitzer

by Kevin Weir

bservatory-time-the-lovers-1936

 

 

dadaism5

Sector 3.4

 

man_ray

14-26

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djross

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In the eternal search for ideas and inspiration, both of which will be needed for your project, I find Mr. Cleese to sum things up nicely…