David Hockney, Telephone Pole, 1982. ////////// This photo uses elements such as color, value, and space. Principles include rhythm, movement, emphasis, and balance. This photographic collage is made up of pictures the artist took of an outside scene. There's a lot of different elements to look at in the piece. Some are easy to see, and some aren't so easy to figure out what exactly the object is. I'm not a big fan of this artwork because although it looks cool, it's kind of confusing. To…
Artist Mary Lum strolls around the city photographing the urban environment—buildings, railings, stairwells, and other architectural details. She then deconstructs these photos and collages them with acrylic paint, creating dynamic, unique spaces for viewers to occupy and explore. At the deCordova Biennial, Lum’s images left me feeling both exhilarated and disoriented, as though I were in a dream where the environment was familiar, yet not quite right. What is fact and what is fiction?
A David Hockney photomontage. i like this one because it's a whole scene, rather than just one subject. its an example of how the photos dont need to be exact and perfect when mounting them together. and it has great pops of color too
Who: Julie Cockburn What: Manipulation of the human face. Masked portrait which cover the face and destroy the image. Why: I like this image because Julie Cockburn uses the faces and spends time manipulating the image with the face and creating a delusional image.