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Art 17 gesture/contour Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Gesture and Contour
  • 2. Gesture
  • 3. Gesture with vine charcoal
  • 4. A very quick gesture
  • 5. Gesture with graphite pencil
  • 6. Gesture with brush and ink
  • 7. Gesture with brush and ink
  • 8. gesturing local plant species with vine charcoal
  • 9. A Surface Gesture
  • 10. Surface Gesture
  • 11. Surface Gesture
  • 12. Surface Gesture
  • 13. Gesture: 17th Century Japanese landscape
  • 14. This work consists of a single stroke portrait of Bodhidharma (a legendary monk who brought Buddhism to China) with the simple inscription “To Know Not.” One should abandon all finicky deliberation and inquiry, for ignorance is true Buddhahood; such, in essence, is the ultimate teaching of Zen.
  • 15. Contour
  • 16. A Blind Contour
  • 17. Blind contours with ferns
  • 18. Our first assignment: a Cross-Contour of shells and rocks
  • 19. The concept of Cross-Contour
  • 20. MC Escher 20th C Belgian
  • 21. Our second assignment: ink wash gestures and contours with gymnosperms and angiosperms
  • 22. Local Species: Sword Fern
  • 23. Local species: Lady Fern
  • 24. Local species: Deer Fern
  • 25. Local Species: Thimbleberry
  • 26. Local Species: Salmonberry
  • 27. You know this one!
  • 28. Now let’s do it!