The subject of this artwork is the adirondack chair in the peace garden of my school. The materials that I user were paper and watercolor paint. I chose to do this artwork because I wanted to try to do more still life drawings, but take my own twist on it by using the different pieces of paper. The elements of art that I used were color, line and form. The principals of design that I used was rhythm and movement. The composition rule that I used was formal balance. The meaning behind this work of art is to show the newness and awakening of spring and summer after a long winter. This work relates to my life because it reminds me of sitting in the adirondack chairs with my whole family when I am at my camp. If I could change anything I would add some flowers and leaves in the background.
The subject of this artwork is an abstract rendition of a table of bath bombs in a store that I had been to in Canada. The materials that I used were a canvas board and acrylic paint. I chose to do this artwork because I had taken the photo of the store and photo edited it and I really liked the intricate patterns and colors that were created. The elements of art that I used were color and shape. The principles of design that I used were pattern and balance. The composition rule that I used was rule of thirds. This project relates to my life because in my artwork I really like to use bright color and shapes to create an abstract design. If I could change anything I would add more of the pattern shapes in the center.