I am uncomfortably reminded of how the jigsaw puzzle encourages the idea of everything its rightful place.
We are supposed to look people in the eye; allowing ourselves to be studied.
Habits and passions can start in the strangest of places. Are we better off not asking “why”?
Two creepy cats sit on a river bank, stylised yet recognisable.
54 pieces in each. These two seem right at home together.
This week’s dPS challenge is Leading Line; another in the compositional set of themes. A browse through an art history textbook was surprising. The artists of old used line very creatively in the arrangement objects, but there weren’t many examples where an obvious line from the edge of the frame was used as a means of pulling the viewer into the image. In pondering the use of a leading line, I had to resist the …