Humans are certainly expressive. Our Hands. Our Words. Our Lips. Our Eyes. These physical parts are all understood as communication tools. Same for all mankind. When we think about human arms that are trying to communicate - it is both clear and not so. We can understand arms reaching up. We can understand arms that wrap around a hug. We can understand arms that gracefully arc in dance. But - what meaneth arms that shout with hands, and eyes, and teeth, and lips screaming? Can you read that?
The Predator Project
Nataraja Bridget Riley 1993
I love this image. It reminds me of movement and rhythm. The line right down the middle of the images create symmetry, creating balance in the image, as well as draws the eye across the image. It has a sort of Yin Yang effect. This image is a great example of Principles of Design http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AmEIWgFYtGU If u click on this image, it is linked to images that a great example of symmetry.
Endless Rhythm 1934 Robert Delaunay
Still Life (Newspaper and Lemon) Georges Braque 1913
book sculptures biografias alicia martin
The Underwater Sculpture Park
Ad Parnassum Paul Klee 1932
Gauguin vision after the sermon