Geometrics of Primary and Secondary Colors

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Original Crayon Drawing by Larry ZoxOriginal Crayon Drawing by Larry Zox

The figure shown in the picture became famous and had been reproduced in quite a number for the fans of the artist.

This figure is part of a diagram that the artist had drawn for reproduction in printing presses for printmaking in the 70s. Geometric silkscreens became the trend way back then and had lasted until the 1980s where it waned in popularity but are still reproduced now but only in a few pieces.

The beauty of the image is in the contrasting colors placed side by side and arranged in such a way to win attention rather than dismissed as ordinary. The almost similar triangles with just a few vague delineation could definitely arouse curiosity and make the viewer to want to view it closer.

The palpable crayon strokes could always vouch for the work of art’s authenticity, for maybe somebody would take it in their head to question the paintings originality.

 

Harvest Time

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Baby in the Rye by Yin KunBaby in the Rye by Yin Kun

A chubby baby dressed in military uniform seems lost amidst a field of rye. He sports the chubby pinkness of a baby unexposed to the harsh reality of life under the scorching sun and of enervating hunger.  His eyes innocent and untouched by emotions delicately conveying that he as yet have not experienced excruciating pain.

From where does incorruptibility usually come from?

Desires of power and might usually motivate a person to do wrong, even in animals when they perceived that they are mightier than the other animals around them they always will manifest dominance. But how strong are those that shows they are mighty and powerful?

Too much knowledge is dangerous in the games of war and intelligence; but intelligence does not always mean the might of a righteous mind to think of things that would be good for everybody. It could also be the power of the mind to think of hideous thoughts.

Defiance

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Skull Bunny Bag by Richard Prince

Skull Bunny Bag by Richard Prince

The artist had something in his mind and heart when he contrive this masterpiece. Knowing what situation had incited this work of art we could clearly see and perceived the implied defiant message towards authorities. It may mean he wouldn’t forget what had just transpired in his career or he means that what he had done was so callous that the consequence was a touch overboard.

Insolence is ignited by what?

There was some touché encounter between the artist and the art authorities on a previous work by the artist. For the artist what he did was not copying but just representing what he had perceived from another painter’s work in his own painting and had given it different context than what was implied by the original artist in his. The extent of the chastisement that the authorities put him through was what prick him as an artist and as individual, this work he is conveying a fair warning.

Delineated Ambiguity

Delineated Ambiguity

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Summertime

Summertime

I breathe in the salty air and it fills my lungs with a sence of calmness. Everything is fine, I can smell it. I feel the hot sand beneath my feet. I leave footsteps in the … read more

Caught Unawares

Caught Unawares

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