Sunday, March 3, 2019

Kiwi Series

Kiwi Series 1 My choice of operativeic production for this essay is titled Kiwi Series 1. This pic is made by Dennis Wojtkiewicz in 2005. The size of this impression is 36 by 66 inches. The mass medium used in this motion picture is the oil on canvas. I chose this painting because it appeals to my sense of aesthetics and be placements it has the close interesting use of texture. This painting is an excellent example of our sight being able to activate early(a) senses. The presentation of the translucent fruit and fuzzy skin is so convince that we have a visual and a tactile reaction and for some, a sensation of taste.The painter has used actual texture in this painting. In this essay, I will talk about the subject matter and whence the content. I will also be analyzing each element and article of faith of design in the paintings composition in an attempt to look at it much more deeply and understand it better. Kiwi Series 1 is a painting of akiwi fruit, which is cut in to half. It is placed on a table or some hard surface. The painter has emaciated every little detail of the fruitin the painting. The seeds, the internal baby deciphers in the fruit, and the difference in textures argon done with great rapture and passion.This painting makes me calm and relaxed because of the colors used in this painting and also its overall appearance. The Elements There are different kinds of lines used in this painting. The artificer has used some curvy lines near the contact and the center of the fruit. unbowed lines are also used in this painting. Some lines are dull and some are thin, separating the seeds and the showing the opaqueness of some ploughshares. The painting itself is a rectangle shape. Theshape of the fruit is objective. There are many other smaller shapes in the painting. The shape of the seeds is oval.The center of the fruit gives kind of semi-circle look. The row of the seeds looks corresponding a thin petal ofa flower. The fruit its elf is looking akin a semi-circle. There is a great amount of contrast. This paintinghas a photography value in which theartist has used luminance part against the dyedpart. Chiaroscuro is also evident due to the illusion of light and tracing as the light source is coming from the top. Casting shadow on the table. There are areas of strong contrast such as the light color of fruit against the dark background. Sfumato is also evident in this painting.The dark colors of the seeds also create contrast against the light color of the fruit. to a fault there is contrast of the seeds against the brightarea near it. The color is a local color as it replicates the appearance of the real world. The colors are natural. The fruit is green and light green in color. The seeds are black. A slight brown color is also used near the edge of the fruit. The texture is simulated. If someone would touch this painting, they would feel slight bumps of the paint. For the most part, the artist has simulat ed the texture of the fruit.The background of the painting appears to be smooth. There is non much space in the painting. The figure is right at the point of the painting so the painting has shallow space. The background is darkand we could non see anything except the fruit. Principles The balance in this painting is symmetrical. The right side is very similar to the left side. If I were to draw a line in the middle of this painting, the visual weight on some(prenominal) sides of the painting would be the same. The painting is populated almost the same on both sides.The dominant part in this painting is the half-cut kiwi fruit. It occupies almost 85% of the space of the painting. Kiwi fruit is the biggest thing in the painting and it is the most important aspect of the subject matter. The same shape of the seeds in the painting creates harmony. Also the bright row that contains seeds is also of the same shape so they are the unifying factor in this painting. This work is not sc otch at all. There is a great amount of details and circumspection given to the figure. In my opinion it is highly realistic and the artist has careworn it with great interest.

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