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This piece is an example of mix media because the artist placed objects that would not go together into one piece.

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This is an example of pattern because there are a repetition of shapes throughout the piece.

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This is an example of time and motion. This reminds me of a pendulum which, passes through time in a movement that stays constant.

photo 1 (10)

This is a modular design by the same shape being used throughout the design.

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This is a an example of  sculpture using texture by the viewer getting an implied rough texture of wood.

photo 2 (19) Caroline Zimmerli Disfigured Esteem (Ceramic)

This is an example of rhythm and balance by it having a physical balance and the viewer being drawn into the piece.

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This is an example using primarily color in that it uses the primary colors of red, yellow and blue throughout the piece.

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This uses point line and plain in way of the three logs being the lines that meet up at one point making them adjacent angles and the sculpture a length and width.

photo 3 (16)

This piece uses scale change by each piece of wood having a different size to it than the others within the sculpture.

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This is an example of a conceptual piece in that the meaning having more power than the piece it’s self.

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This is an example of a sculpture using primarily space in the sense that a viewer has the ability to walk around and view it from multiple angles.

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This is an example of figurative sculpture in that it represents a vase

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This is an example of volume by the pieces having an actual density and the open part of the sculpture giving  it an actual volume.

 

 

 

 

 

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