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  • 1. By Wendy Gaines
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    My Visual Arts Journey
  • 2. Beginning: 1970 – 1976 Dance, Music and Drawing – Primary school.
  • 3. Dance: I enjoyed performing, and experiencing the energy. The flowing movements, facial expressions and body language enabled me to interpret my feelings throughout these sequences. (Art Syllabus –Learning Outcomes 2002 p21) Ceramics: I liked the texture and feel of the clay, being able to explore and experiment with different shapes, size and to have control of my own design.
    Music: Guitar and Recorder – Learning of the chords and scales enabled me to begin to write my own music. Drawing: I loved being able to manipulate the subject to how I viewed it within myself.
  • 4. My Adult life: 3 Dimensional butterflies shows; direction, colour, line, weight, balance, pattern.
  • 5. Elements & Concepts used.
    • The Curve of the plate (line or Shape)
    • 6. Colour
    • 7. Contrast
    • 8. Balance
    • 9. Pattern
  • Aboriginal Art
    I love the:
    • colour
    • 10. Oval and bulbous shape
    • 11. rough texture
    • 12. The line and direction of the paintings
    Artist: D Jai
  • 13. My Favourite Painting.
    This Fantasy Glue Art; brings a 3Dimensional look to the surface.
    The painting is set back into the frame but the frame has also been included as part of the finished product which I like.
    Artist: Missy R
  • 14. Mohican Bust
    I love the
    • smooth and rough textures
    • 15. the shape and strong lines of his face.
    • 16. Colours used to be more life-like
    Artist: unknown.
  • 17. References:Aboriginal Art – Vase by D Jai. Fantasy Glue Art by Missy R.Indian Bust - Artist Unknown. The state of Queensland (The office of the Queensland School Curriculum Council) 2002. The Arts -Years 1 to 10 Syllabus. Brisbane.Music by: Graeme Connors, North 1988 “The more I see of you” ABC Records Australia.