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Project Seven: Ex 1 2 & 3 Visual and Written Research

Project 7: Ex 3 A Text Work Exploring The Everyday


Mind Map
Origins of name
Scottish
Hebrew
father of exaltation
Anglicized form of the Gaelic

Routine
Breakfast
Shower
Study
Lunch
Study
Dinner
Dishes
Movie
Bed

Personality
Friendly
Caring
Giving
Fun
Serious
Generous
Sympathetic
Understanding
Polite
Duncan Clan Badge, 28/082014
Gaylene Duncan
Mixed Media Artline 200 Fine 0.4
Artline 90 High Performance
Mont Marte Woodless Graphite HB
1000 Sketch Mont Marte B Grey lead
Acid & Lignin Free 125 gsm Paper
15 x 17 cm
(Corporation 2000-2014)
The clan
(Meaning children) represents the distinct branch-
families of my ancestors. My hereditary is represented
by my mother here as I am my children hereditary
according to the rule of structure. (Corporation 2000-
2014)
Duncan Clan Badge to represent my ancestors of the
past. Leave as a black and white sketch. Black to
represent the passing on of elders and the mystery of
their passed lives. White to represent their perfection
in their passing down of knowledge.
This brings thoughts of a time line or family tree,
showing the family ties in my everyday life. Make
the tree green as green symbolizes growth, harmony,
and fertility.
Kilt Material (Fatta 2014) with intent to show my
origins, as I am who I am today because of the many
hours of learning passed down from my ancestors.
But also to provide interest.
Gaylene Duncan
The Study of Ones Self
June 23, 2014
Art Spectrum black ink
(Applied with nib and
brush), on Acid & Lignin
free 125gsm paper
Size A3
Leave black and white to
show the mystery and
innocents in my work
Written Text
Curtin University Logo (unijobs.com.au 2014)
To represent who I study through.
My Name in Hebrew Make yellow as yellow
represents joy, happiness, intellect, and energy.
Its written in Hebrew as my names derives
from the Hebrew language. (Negre 2002-
2014)
Text every day counts because Do white as
represents goodness, purity and considered the
colour of perfection
Text Friendship - make pink as pink signifies
friendship and love
Text The reason for living Do red as my
family are my strength, determination,
passion, desire and love and all these things
are symbolic of the colour red. And white as
My Every Day
University studies
Housework
Family commitments
Friends (Phone)
Health (Doctors visits)
Driving
Shopping
Animals
they are pure,
considerate
Routine do
black to
represent
formality.
Text Clan do
green to
represent the
grown of
family.
Project Seven: Ex 1 2 & 3 Visual and Written Research
Project 7: Ex 3 A Text Work Exploring The Everyday
Mind Map
My Vision
Photos of family and friends
Sarah Lucas subjects to reflect
my inner self and draw on their
qualities to portray my own.
Photo of self - Ralph
Ueltzhoeffer use black text
over colour - Text relating to my
everyday life.
Scottish Crest and material
show origins of my surname
name
A tree to represent the family
tree
Some work I did during the unit
to show my connection to
university studies and the logo of
the university, which will also
act as the written text.
My name written in Hebrew to
show the origin of my first name
Written Text Every day counts
because Family, The reason for
living, my clan, friends
My routine written out and
added to my work previously
done.
My Vision Explained

When I think about the word everyday, I think of all the things I do in a day, and what makes it possible for me to do them. One of the things I
realised was my life consist of study, family and friends. I further realised that the love of my family and their ongoing support helps me to free up
time so that I can study. My friends often discuss my work with me which helps me to evolve my creative mind. Another thing I realised was how
my historical background helps to influence my way of thinking and this has been passed down through the many generations before me. This
lead me to consider my identification and where my name come from. It made me question how important my name was to my everyday thoughts
as an individual.

My vision is to create an atmosphere which would allow me to watch over those I love. To have my mother and children grouped with my two
best friend Dave my dog and Zack my daughters cat. As they are my reason for living. They are who drives me every day to strive to always do
better. To push myself beyond my wildest dreams when creating. But I also want to show my clan. My daughter and son with their partners, Mia
and Mervyn. Because Mia and Mervyn have become part of me. I treat them as though they were my own. Every day in their own way they
inspire me, through their own quest in life to become the people they wish to be. And then I want to add in a couple of significant friends. My
childhood friend Nadine, who every day reminds me of how amazing friendship can be, no matter how far apart or where in the world you might
be. It doesnt stop you being part of a person's every day life. Finally Deb, my study buddy who I meet through university. Despite being in
different states and never haven meet in person, we are in contact daily, discussing different ideas for projects, generally on different topics,
helping each other to develop each other's creative mind. Surrounding these groups I image the Duncan Clan Badge, and material of the Scottish
Kilt to represent my origins. I see my first name written large across the top in Hebrew to signify when my name comes from. I believe these
things are vital to my every day as they are part of who I am. I also want to show some of my recent work, as it is what I do every day of the week
right now. Im not sure how but I also want to show the work I am working on for this particular assignment somehow as part of this work. Finally
as I am looking over those I love, I see myself telling them how I feel about them through the written word.
Project Seven: Ex 1 2 & 3 Visual and Written Research
Project 7: Ex 3 A Text Work Exploring The Everyday
Testing My Vision
First I needed to find photos
of my mother, children and
animals. Not just any
photos but photos of them
that meant something to me
personally. Photos that
showed their true characters
to be seen. Once I had
selected their photos I had
to figure out how I could
group them together. To do
this I realised I would have
to cut out each of the
background content of each
photo and then arrange
them in a way they look as
if the photo had been taken
that way.
I didnt like this on the
white background. So I
decided to test how it would
look against the black.
I really liked the
contrast created
between their pale
skin and the dark
background. I felt it
made them pop out at
me, which is good as
this reflects what they
do every day in my
life as they are so
precious and
significant to me.
Project Seven: Ex 1 2 & 3 Visual and Written Research
Project 7: Ex 3 A Text Work Exploring The Everyday
Testing My Vision
I then searched for a photo of myself which
would express my intent of watching over
those I loved. I recalled this photo of my
daughter and I were part of the photo has
been washed out by the sun. I felt this would
help give the impression I was looking down
from above like a metaphor. I felt my smile
in the image was more than fitting for the
occasion as my work was about those I love
and exist in my everyday life.

I then cut myself out of the image in quite
an odd shape as I wanted to have the
freedom of my hair flowing as it would,
without affecting other parts of the image.

My greatest question though was would this
image now work as if it were looking over
the ones I loved. So I added three new
layers. One which was completely black to
provide a background.

The second one was with my family added.

The third my self-overlooking them.
I did like this look.
At first I was
concerned that I
wasnt looking
directly down
across the image.
But then I realised
that as it was acting
as a metaphor it
should be ok. So I
decided to run with
the idea. I was not
concerned as I felt I
could always revisit
it and alter it later if
need be.
Project Seven: Ex 1 2 & 3 Visual and Written Research
Project 7: Ex 3 A Text Work Exploring The Everyday
Testing My Vision
Creating my clan meant finding photos
where it reflected my children and
their partners relationships on a daily
bases. I recalled a day out were we had
taken a photo of Mia and Andrew.
They were so happy as they had had
such a nice family day out.

I then found a photo of Julz and
Mervyn from Julieannes graduation as
Mervyn was so proud of Julz this day.

Both of these photos inspire me in
different ways. One through their love
for one another and also their
achievements.

I needed to cut out the back grounds
from both of the photos, then insert
them into my image in such a way they
looked as though they were meant to
be there.
I was concerned how this would come together as I could not cut Dave out of the image without losing part of
Andrew. But as much as I love Dave I did not want him in this group image. I added Mia and Andrew and then
when I superimposed Julz and Mervyn over top of Dave taking him out of the image.
Now that I had the two
images placed how I
had imagined them I
was very happy with
how they looked. I felt
the pose was very
natural. I also liked the
way they sat in terms of
proximity to myself and
the family group.
Project Seven: Ex 1 2 & 3 Visual and Written Research
Project 7: Ex 3 A Text Work Exploring The Everyday
Testing My Vision
My friend group
incorporates two of the most
beautiful women I have ever
met. They are like the sisters
I never had, but wished for
in life. Repeating the process
I carefully selected their
photos.

I proceeded to cut out the
backgrounds leaving only
them.

Then with much thought, I
superimposed them into my
image. I decided to place
them close to me as although
they are not true family they
are the next closes people to
me. I felt it was important to
show this connection, as they
inspire me daily, both in
different ways.

When considering their
placement, I also wanted to
create some visual dynamic
so that it did not appear flat.
I think the positioning works well. I like the
dynamics between the girls. Particularly as one is
standing the other sitting.
My vision up till this
point was very much
inspired by Sarah Lucas
as she was particular in
her choice of subjects,
which tended to lean
toward political
outcomes. I was not
after the political side of
things, but wanted to
choose photos of my
family and friends,
which I felt reflected my
inner self, specially
given the work was all
about my every day.
This was important as I
believe much of my
personal strength comes
from my family and
friends. So I often draw
on their own strength
and qualities to portray
my own.
Project Seven: Ex 1 2 & 3 Visual and Written Research
Project 7: Ex 3 A Text Work Exploring The Everyday
Testing My Vision
During my research of my name
and what it meant I learned that my
last name was Scottish and had its
own Duncan Clan Badge.

When I had seen this, I almost
cried as it reminded me of my late
father and his love for ships. My
father always said I needed to do
something with my cartoons when
I was a child, and always inspired
me with my art. So I had to add
this into my work to represent my
father and all my ancestors before
him who helped make me the
person I am today.

So I decided to sketch it in
memory of my father and his love
for my work.

I couldnt add it as a square slab so
needed to cut away some of the
picture.
Duncan Clan Badge, 28/082014
Gaylene Duncan
Mixed Media Artline 200 Fine
0.4
Artline 90 High Performance
Mont Marte Woodless Graphite
HB 1000 Sketch Mont Marte B
Grey lead Acid & Lignin Free
125 gsm Paper
15 x 17 cm
(Corporation 2000-2014)
(Corporation 2000-2014)
I was very specific when considering the placement of the Duncan
Clan Badge due to its symbolic meaning. As my father was the head
of the family, I felt it was only fitting for him to be the head of the
image. Although my father is not here in body, in spirit he is with me
every day and lives on through my mother, my siblings and myself.
So he could not be forgotten or left out of my work.
At this stage I am not sure if this is the best place for the Duncan
Clan Badge, but I believe for now it is the best placement to
symbolize its meaning.
Project Seven: Ex 1 2 & 3 Visual and Written Research
Project 7: Ex 3 A Text Work Exploring The Everyday
Testing My Vision
My research also lead me to learn
that my first name is a variation of
the name Gail and is Hebrew. I
wanted to show this somehow but
was not sure at first how I could do
this. I went in search for answers.
Looking for my name written in
Hebrew, but failed. Finally I found
my answer in a multilingual
keyboard, which I was able to type
my name in English and have it
convert Hebrew.

As this was my first name and said
who I was, I felt it should be
positioned across the top. However
when I placed it into the image I
really didnt like how bland it
looked. I felt it needed something to
create interest.

I felt the material from a Scottish
Kilt would possibly brighten this up
nicely as well as complete my idea
of origin.

I decided to create this z type
shape around everything in the
background connecting the clans
with the origin of my names.
(Negre 2002-2014)
Having positioned the kilt material I am feeling much
happier. I can see all my connection coming together
as I had imagined them to.
(Fatta 2014)
Project Seven: Ex 1 2 & 3 Visual and Written Research
Project 7: Ex 3 A Text Work Exploring The Everyday
Testing My Vision
I wanted to add in a piece of
my work to show what I do
each day which is create art
whilst studying the arts. I
decided to use my earlier work
from this unit The Study of
Ones Self. I had considered
colouring the work but decided
to leave it black and white to
show the mystery and
innocents in my work.

When I first placed this work in
the image most was hidden , so
I decided to see if it would
work as a mirror image. This
provided an interesting look
which I liked.

I also wanted to show this work
I was working on being created
somehow. This lead to me
taking a photo of my laptop
showing the working screen
with the many layers of this
project.

I then superimposed this image
three times within the work.
Gaylene Duncan
The Study of Ones Self
June 23, 2014
Art Spectrum black ink
(Applied with nib and
brush), on Acid & Lignin
free 125gsm paper
Size A3
Adding some of my own work I
felt not only showed my everyday
but brought about a lot of interest
to the work. It also highlight what
my family and friends make
possible for me to do each day as
a result of their love and
understanding.
As university is a big
part of my every day
I wanted to add the
Curtin logo into my
work.
(unijobs.com.au 2014)
This step was done prior to
the kilt material but needed
to explain what was
missing, so I have added it
here instead.

I felt this placed at the
bottom worked well as it
was adjacent to all I have
parted knowledge with and
gained knowledge from.
Project Seven: Ex 1 2 & 3 Visual and Written Research
Project 7: Ex 3 A Text Work Exploring The Everyday
Testing My Vision
With the chosen text I have tried
to choose my wording carefully to
reflect my feelings. I have also
been specific with the chosen
colours to represent what each
word means for me. All text has
been place deliberately to
coincided with the imagery it was
meant for.

The text every day counts
because it is done in white as it
represents goodness, purity and is
considered the colour of
perfection. This is how I view this
image as a whole.

The text Friendship is pink
signify friendship and love we
share.

The text The reason for living
is red to signify the strength,
determination, passion, desire and
love my family bring to me. It is
also white as for me they are pure
and considerate.

The text My Clan is green to
show the growth of my family.
The text Family is in
yellow to represent the
joy and happiness my
family bring me.
Project Seven: Ex 1 2 & 3 Visual and Written Research
Project 7: Ex 3 A Text Work Exploring The Everyday
Testing My Vision
The text was done in black to show
the formality of the day's events
unfolding.
Routine is a big part of my everyday as I
have a set schedule which I try to work by.
However it is often interrupted by
appointments. I did not chose to write the
appointment into my routine as I wanted to
keep this a happy piece of work.

I began by writing out my daily routine.

I wanted to show this in my work and felt it
would be great to have it reflecting back of
the mirror at me as a symbolic measure of my
day.

I also made it reflective with in the work on
the opposite side.
I created a family tree to place over top of my image
surrounding my family members symbolic of the many clans.
This shows my family ties in my everyday life. It is green to
symbolise growth, harmony, and fertility, with in my family
structure.
For me the everyday consists of a world full of study. I work all hours of a day depending on
how I feel at the time. This may mean working in the weary hours of the morning. I work just
when things come to mind. Creativity cannot be forced. It must be endeared as it comes to you.
This way real art with real heart is developed. It is my love of art that drives me. It is my need to
express who I am to those that support me. Without the support of those I love, my art would not
be possible. This is why they are in my everyday painting. They help to inspire my true and
honest reflection of self. They are my world as I know it. They are my reason for living. My
clan, my friends. They are everything to me. This painting is a dedication to them and their
strong commitment to me as their child, mother and friend. Everyday counts because of them.
As without them I am nothing. Nobody, just an empty soul. Thank You for being my mother,
child and Friend.
Project Seven: Ex 1 2 & 3 Visual and Written Research
Project 7: Ex 3 A Text Work Exploring The Everyday
Mind Map
Finally I return to myself. I wanted to make this a tribute to
those I love. I decided to use the written word to express these
feelings based on Ralph Ueltzhoeffer technique used in his
work David Beckham "Textportrait" (2011).

In doing so I created text to superimpose over my own face.
My idea behind this was that it would give the impression that
I was speaking to them directly, through my written text.

The texts read as below.
Project Five: Ex 1 & 2 Artists and Other Research
Project 5: Ex 1 Large Scale Line Drawing of A Whole Body Self Portrait
Artist 1 Jenny Sage
Jenny Sage body of works focus mainly on abstract
landscapes, but occasionally she turns her mind to large-
scale portraits. Her works investigate her experiences she
has come across whilst walking the country, reading and her
own cultural experiences (Engledow).

My Response
Jenny Sage uses a combination of very loose, soft, hard
contour lines and curved lines, which vary in thickness.
Sage also uses different shades in tones to depict the
emotional and physical appearance of her sitters. It is this
combination of techniques that make her works successful.
Her work reminds me of Rembrandts drawing A women
sitting up in bed due to the type of line structure use in
both pieces of works. For me the work captures my
emotions as it really captures the persons personality by
interpreting the subject through traditional mark making
and observation. The variation in these lines and the tonal
vales used with them is what I find most interesting. As I
have never tried this style of portraits and find it so
impressive I wouldnt change anything as I would rather
have a go at trying to learn the style and techniques
instead.t
A Woman Sitting Up In Bed
C. 1635
14.8 X 19.1 Cm
Grininger Museum, Groningen (Rijn
C. 1635)
Jenny Sages
Untitled (Study for 'Emily Kame
Kngwarreye with Lily')
1993, charcoal on paper, Type: Frame
Height: 58.6, Width: 43.4, Type: Sheet,
Height: 30.4, Width: 22.8
National Portrait Gallery, Canberra
(Sages 1993)

Project Five: Ex 1 & 2 Artists and Other Research
Project 5: Ex 1 Large Scale Line Drawing of A Whole Body Self Portrait
Artist 2 Vernon ah Kee
Vern ah Kee is one of the Kuku Yalandji, Waanji, Yidindji and Gugu Yimithirr peoples. His body of art considers Australian popular culture, particularly in reference to the black and
white division being opposed or entirely different. His work often uses text as a visual context along with humour, cutting the black, exposing mottos, often causing negative
connotations for the Australian audience (Eagle 2005).
(Vitoria 2011)
My Response
Vern ah Kee took his interest in Barak as a person and used this as an opportunity to produce a portrait as a way of understanding
who Barak was as a person both physically and how he fitted into Melbournes political landscape (Vitoria 2011). He used his
knowledge of Baraks physical and impressive presence, (Vitoria 2011) to focus his work on and to really showcase how active he
was in the community, how intense his thinking was and how his life had great purpose. It was these things that made it possible for
his audience to connect emotionally to his work. It was also these things that made his work so interesting. The thing that is
interesting about Vern ah Kee work is that he started of drawing small portraits, but seen himself as a pedantic renderer, something
he didnt wish to be as a person. As a result he moved into doing large-scale portraits which gave him the freedom to
be loose in his style, but still achieve his high standards. But he was smart in terms of sticking to mediums he
understood well. In this case he used charcoal and conte crayons. The other advantage of changing to large-scale
portraits was it allowed Vern ah Kee the prospect to include greater detail to the construction of the face, lines, and
character. He was able to focus himself more on the skin, face lines, hair, colour of his eyes and skin and choose what
he wanted to exaggerate or leave be. At this size the fine points turn out to be considerably more intense. The other
thing that makes Vern ah Kee work very successful is how he connects his subjects in his drawings by asking who
they are. And considering how they fit into society. He also tries to explain himself and his cultural up bringing
through his work. Vern ah Kees work doesn't really reminds me of anyone's work as I find his work very individual
and unique to himself. In doing a similar work, the only things I might change would be size and type of medium. I
am very much a realist myself, so this work sits nicely with my realist ways in terms of how he manages to capture
the subjects energy and personality. I also like his use of loose horizontal, vertical and curved lines, overlapping to
create different skin tones and form, and I would like to give this a go.
Vernon ah Kee, Ideas of Barak, 2011, 1.8 by 2.4 metres.
Primed acrylic canvas, compressed charcoal sticks, white
conte crayon , Ideas of Barak, 2011 (Chabrol 2002)
Project Five: Ex 1 & 2 Artists and Other Research
Project 5: Ex 1 Large Scale Line Drawing of A Whole Body Self Portrait
Artist Extra Marlene Dumas
Marlene Dumas (B. 1953)
West , signed, titled and dated 'West M
Dumas 1997' (lower edge) , ink wash,
watercolour and metallic acrylic on paper
49 x 27in. (125 x 70cm.) , Executed in
1997 (DUMAS (B. 1953)
Marlene Dumas is a well-known artist who lives and works out of Amsterdam
and is best known for her peculiarly fluid stroke of ink and watercolour wash. In
her painting of Mae West she has chosen to represents her in a seductive pose
giving emphasis to her voluptuous figure, eyes and lips. Infused with elusive
metallic sheen, her tinted is faded out to a ghostly pink-purple the closer it
moves to the top of the figure. This is intended to give the impression of Mae
West white fur stole and blonde hair connecting to Mae West history with
Hollywood glamour. Her work stems from sexuality and aspiration in order to
address questions of sex, gender and inequality (DUMAS (B. 1953), through
exploring the uncertainties intrinsic in the methodology behind female sexuality
and how its depicted in the Western culture.

My Response
Her work is highly successful because she draws on her subjects narrative
material and mixes this with cultural icons. Marlene Dumas also helps her
audience to feel her subject by giving reverence to who they consider
themselves to be by drawing on feelings and connections they have similar to
her subjects in this case Mae West. As an artist she herself links her own dyed
hair to the iconic blond hair of Mae West. What is interesting about her work is
how she has decided to stress the importance of cultural desire and response to
the female sex symbol. Her work reminds me of Jess de Wahles work as both
look to the glamour and iconic to help draw emotions with their audience. If I
were to do a similar work Id want to explore the common person rather than
the iconic to show that the impact of sex, gender and inequality and how its
depicted affect all women of all race and class.
Jess de Wahls (Portrait of London based
artist, hair dresser and feminist Jess
Wahls), watercolour, goache on
watercolour paper, 60x70 cm, 2012
(Wahls 2012)
Lucian Freud lives and works in London and is consider a figurative painter. His painting of After Cezanne is
a take-off, of Paul Cezannes painting Afternoon in Naples, and acts as a detailed investigation of the work.
The work varies in terms of its scale, painterly treatment and how it stresses its importance on the placement
of its figures and object. Freud explores through a contemporary vision the issues of dependency and
individuality, sexual arrangement and uncertainty, isolation and seclusion (Australia 2014)
Project Five: Ex 1 & 2 Artists and Other Research
Project 5: Ex 1 Large Scale Line Drawing of A Whole Body Self Portrait
Artist Extra Lucien Freud
Lucian Freud After Czanne 1999-2000. Oil on canvas, 214.0 x 215.0 cm
(irregular). National Gallery of Australia.(Australia. 1999-2000)
Paul CZANNE, France 1839
1906
L'Aprs-midi Naples ,
[Afternoon in Naples]
[Afternoon in Naples (L'Apres-
midi a Naples)] c.1875, oil on
canvas
37.0 (h) x 45.0 (w) cm, frame
62.3 (h) x 70.7 (w) x 10.5 (d)
cm, NGA 1985.460
(CZANNE c.1875)
My Response
Lucian Freuds work is very successful due to need to turn what was once
a simple frolic into a brave shuffle on the floor of a messy studio, by
having Freddy his son turned away from the female, who was there to
provoke or comfort him. But he also added a section of canvas to allow
himself to add an extra character woman whom acted as a servant
bringing tea to them both. This added much interest to the work. Another
thing that makes his work successful and captures the emotional
attachment of the audience is his deliberate over use of brown paint and
ability to treat the human as an object removing any attempt to make
something that is no, keeping in touch with his own realist views of the
matter, resulting in his ability to describe skin to be successful
influencing his viewers that there is nothing immoral about the scene.
Whats interesting is the expressive report of the duo as it advances when
the man acknowledges the women movement and both the due recognise
the entrance of refreshments, as potentially the scene could be read in
many unintended ways. The work naturally reminds me of Paul
Cezannes painting Afternoon in Naples give its a paraphrase of the
work. If I were to do a similar piece of work, I think I would try changing
the location keeping in line with Freuds actions, but also altering the
servent keeping in line with both Freuds and Cezannes idea which
seemed to derive from the presence of the black cat in Edouard Manets
Olympia 1863 painting (CZANNE c.1875).
Egon Schiele is known as one of the important figure in the Austrian Expressionism. He was often influence by his mentor
Gustav Klimt and the Vienna Secession, a movement which explored the prospects of art beyond the boundaries of
educational custom. He had a unique style which was extremely personal and expressive. Around 1910 he started to explore
the human form producing a painting known as Self-Portrait Standing which showcased his raw and new radical style,
unveiling sexually and psychologically intense themes. (Henry 2011)

My Response
What made his work successful was his ability to leave the background plain featuring his body fully nude in the forground,
facing his audiences with a particularly abnormal bend in the viewpoint of his right arm and his left positioned abnormally
behind his back. Also his intense use of lines made it possible for him to portray the skin in such a way it give the
impression that the skin had been scrubbed raw, revealing the muscles underneath. His work doesnt remind me of any
other due to having such extremely rare qualities. He tends to spark emotions in his audience through his painful pout of his
face particularly due to him choosing to look straight into his audience confronting them. But also he chooses to express his
raw laboured body in an authentic and honest way. This is an interesting approach as he places everything on the surface for
the naked eye to view in order to illustrate the true face of the contemporary man. In a similar work I would try to depict the
hardship of the female during child birth and the immense stress placed on her body at the time. But I would take on board
his technique as I could clearly see the female stopped over, exhausted looking out at her physician begging for help.
Project Five: Ex 1 & 2 Artists and Other Research
Project 5: Ex 1 Large Scale Line Drawing of A Whole Body Self Portrait
Artist Extra Egon Schiele
Egon Schieles, Self-Portrait Standing - 1910
Gouache, watercolor and pencil with white highlighting
Graphische Sammlung Albertina, Vienna (Schiele 1910)
Project Five: Ex 1 & 2 Artists and Other Research
Project 5: Ex 1 Large Scale Line Drawing of A Whole Body Self Portrait
Artist Extra David Hammons
David Hammons
Spade (Power to
the Spade), 1969
Body print
53
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35
1/4
in
135.3 89.5 cm
Tilton Gallery
(HAMMONS
1969)
David Hammons is an installation and performance artist as well as a sculptor. His body of work
focuses on resolving contemporary racial issue which he presents to his audience through
having the American flag adjacent to the image resistant to cultural and racial stereotypes.
(Falconer 2009)

My Response
His work is highly successful due to his introduction of the spade, which he uses as a metaphor
for race adopting a pejorative term used by whites and then recontextualises his idea so that it
opposes racial stereotypes. His body prints tend to remind you of x-rays due to their translucent
appearance and immense details, created using grease placed on the body and directly imprinted
on paper (Falconer 2009). His work triggers emotions through his retrieval of the ethnic slue,
which is also what partly makes his work so interesting. His work is also interesting because of
its unusual appearance. I think when doing a similar work it would be interesting to create the
image using actual x-ray images, combined with part body prints to see if the message would be
equally as powerful.
Project Five: Ex 1 & 2 Artists and Other Research
Project 5: Ex 1 Large Scale Line Drawing of A Whole Body Self Portrait
Artist Extra Einhard Zang
Einhard Zang, Polyptych
/ acrylic / oil pastel on
wood
4 parts of 20 x 30 cm,
front and back (Zang
Unknown)
Einhard Zang is a contemporary German body print artist. His body of
work are focused on technology, collage, lithography and prints displaying
the human form.

My Response
What makes his work so successful is his ability to stay focused on the
model, as it ensures that the print is always about them solely. This then
enables the audience to become emotionally charged by interpret the skin
as clothing, as their bodies act as a form of print stamp, allowing them to
become emotionally attached through their own experience of skin and
clothing. What makes the work interesting is his choice of colours, his
choice of light and dark contours, and the way he decides to paint things
over the top or collage notable parts to produce elusive eroticism. They are
relating to pure beauty and connect secondarily to the yearnings of both
Einhard Zang himself and the model. If I were to do a similar work, I
would consider using oil and dirt or some other material other than paint, to
see the type of contrast it would have in comparison to Einhard Zang work.
My idea was influenced by Einhard Zang concept of
interpret the skin as clothing, only I was trying to use the
washes and lines to interpret the body itself.
Project Five: Ex 1 & 2 Artists and Other Research
Project 5: Ex 1 Large Scale Line Drawing of A Whole Body Self Portrait
Artist Extra Keltie Ferris
Keltie Ferris, Prince, 2013-14.
Oil and powdered pigment on
paper, 401/4 261/8. Courtesy of
the artist and Mitchell-Innes &
Nash, NY. Photo: Mark Woods.
(Ferris 2013-14)
Katie Ferris body of work investigates the uncertain identification and portrayal
of the body through self-portraits and signatures. Allowing us to see her in many
forms such a sexual and non-sexual until each form is defined. She is often
inspired by Yves Klein's theatrical works, sculpture studies by Jasper Johns, and
David Hammons weighted body prints(Russo 2014).She is best known for her
large-scale painting and the way they lap over one another, into shining pictorial
spaces. Her body prints where literally body size scale painted in monotone and
they had a quality of bringing one into direct and instant involvement with
something exciting.

My Response
Katie Ferris body prints are successful due to the method she uses to create them
which involved her touching her oiled body against the paper, whilst lying on the
floor of her studio and then scattering powdered pigments on the paper to disclose
her personal imprint. Her end results bring to mind x-rays or even photographs.
She spake emotions through the way she considers her composition, mark making
and space. Whats interesting is she removes all narratives from her work. In
doing a similar work, I think I would consider change the paint pigments to
maybe charcoal to see if the effects still result in looking like x-rays or
photocopies.
Project Five: Ex 1 & 2 Artists and Other Research
Project 5: Ex 2 Structural Line Drawing Incorporating Space, Depth and Tone
Artist 1 - Andrea Mantegna
Andrea Mantegna, "Cristo Scorto"(The Dead Christ) (w)
Tempera on canvas, 68x81 cm, 1490 Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan. (Mantegna 1490)
Italian Renaissance painter Andrea Mantegna, is well known for his visual investigations into
perspective and spatial illusions. His been known to inspire the works of DUer, Leonardo da Vinci
and Giovanni Bellini. Much of his earlier works which investigated spatial illusions used an unusual
worms-eye perspective such as The Holy Trinity with the Virgin, St. John and Two Donors,.(Uffiz
2007-2014). Andrea Mantegna toyed with perspective leading to him lowering the horizon line
resulting in grander monumentality, making his painting appear similar to that of sculptures. At one
point he drew on his knowledge of perspective and foreshortening to create the illusion of a three-
dimensional image on a two-dimensional surface, which was a ceiling, giving the final impression
of open skies. His greatest illusion is found in Cristo Scorto or the dead Christ, (hrodriguez5
2012)

My Response
Andrea Mantegna has successfully conveyed his message due to his restricted tonal palate offering
only pink, grey and golden-brown. He uses Christs body presented on a coarse marble slab, which
his placed in a Suffocating morgue-like space featuring very cold dark walls, which results in the
exaggeration of the whiteness of the body. He further fooled around with the rules of perspective
leading to a much larger head circumference and a powerful foreshortening of the body,
subsequently giving the presence that the body is much heavier and much greater in size. The work
reminds me of a man lying in a hospital bed. It sparks emotions for a couple of reasons. First the
bereaved people have tear-stained faces filled with heartache, but also the fact that it is easy to
understand the suffering that Christ has experience before death. Andrea Mantegna unusual vantage
point also sparks feelings as it places his audience at the feet of the subject making it interesting as
it then forces the audience to feel more compassionate for the subject. His detailed wounds on his
hands and feet brought about from the nails used during the crucifixion really compel and reinforce
the viewers empathy for the subject. In doing a similar work, Id certainly have a go at toying with
the perspective and having a larger head and heavier body, but Id also have a go at many other
different angles to really explore the different angles of foreshortening. (jonathan5485 2011) Andrea
work will inform my work as I will adopt his idea of playing around with the perspective.
Project Five: Ex 1 & 2 Artists and Other Research
Project 5: Ex 2 Structural Line Drawing Incorporating Space, Depth and Tone
Artist 2 - Fred Hatt
Zones 1, 2002, by Fred Hatt, Size unknown,
Drawing Life by Fred Hatt, (Hatt 2002)
Fred Hatt body of work considers figurative drawing, painting, experimental video,
photography, body art, performance, exploring light, movement and energy, with the main focus
being on feeling and movement. He places great importance on the process and practice, rather
than the conceptual or iconographic. His work investigates the limits between performance and
visual arts, traditional craft and contemporary technology, with his focus always on the
observation of energy expressed through light, form, movement and gesture. (Gallery 2014)

My Response
Fred Hatt is successful in his delivery of his idea because of his ability to see the organic
physical forms as expressions of patterns and energy. Further is ability to take this a step further
to focus on the focal points, which are organized along a central column. His work doesnt
really remind me of anything else, as I just see it as unique to him. I think his different use of
coloured medium to highlight aspects of the body is how he draws people into his work. What
makes his work interesting is the way he views the associations and proportion as sequences of
transverse contours receding in space (Hatt 2010). If I was to do a similar work Id have to try to
make these connections with clothing as I am not much into nudes, but would like to try to
establish the type of connections he makes in the proportions. Fred Hatts work will inform my
work as I will use his organic physical forms as expressions of patterns and energy as a means
of segregating the clothing worn in the design.
Project Six: Ex 1 & 2 Artists and Other Research
Project 6: Ex 1 Drawing Transforming Microscopic Body Part to Macroscopic
Artist 1 - Hiroyuki Doi
Hiroyuki Doi
Untitled (HD
2210)
2010
ink on paper
h18.0 x w15.0
(Doi 2010)
Hiroyuki Doi is a Japanese artist based in Tokyo whos self-taught and creates drawings with the
use of mulberry and other types of bark created on Japanese paper. He is best known for his
mysterious and emotional abstractions which are created through his building up of random
clusters of minute circles.

My Response
His work is highly successful due to his connection with Zen Buddhisms and his ability to
interpret the universe through the use of his symbolic circles, creating enlightenment which goes
beyond the stresses of the material world. His work reminds me of the aboriginal journey often
portrayed in painted images, although the journey is accompanied by fluffy clouds. His work
sparks the emotions of his viewers through his rich visual texture, alluding the shifting of the
soul, universe, and the living all within harmony. It is this joining of harmony, soul and universe
that makes his work ever so interesting to view. In doing a similar work I would consider his
symbolic circles and turn them into irregular shapes with intend to depict the journey of a
particular work. I will use his work to inform my work on the Finger Print to tell the story of
my identity.
Project Six: Ex 1 & 2 Artists and Other Research
Project 6: Ex 1 Drawing Transforming Microscopic Body Part to Macroscopic
Artist 2 - Georgia OKeeffe
White Rose with Larkspur
1927
Georgia OKeeffe
101.6 x 76.2 cm (40 x 30 in.)
Oil on canvas
Saundra and William H. Lane Galleries (Gallery 334)
(O'Keeffe 1927)
Georgia OKeeffe was a modernist painter who deviated from realism in order to
prompt her own idealistic style. Her work was greatly informed by her love of nature
which sparked her ground breaking style. Her body of work focused mostly on
flowers, which catered around her feelings rather than her learned knowledge. (Inc
Unknown)

My Response
Georgia OKeeffe was extremely successful in her delivery of her work due to her
transformation of contours into fascinating abstractions, brought about by her ability to
capture what was important about them in a way that demanded attention. Her work
reminds me of a rose itself, but in its softest possible form. She brings about emotion
in her viewers by her ability to worship flowers by amplifying them and show casing
their exquisitely beautiful colours through a limited pallet, provoking greater interest
through her choice of view point. I dont believe I would change anything if I were to
do a similar work. Rather I would strive to meet these exquisitely beautiful colours
possibly with a different view point in mind. I will use Georgia OKeeffe work to
inform my work of the Finger Print, by limiting my pallet and trying hard to achieve
the same level of demand in my own work.
Project Six: Ex 1 & 2 Artists and Other Research
Project 6: Ex 2 View Finder Drawings Exploring The Notion of The Body in Space
Artist 1 - Rosemary Laing

My Response
Rosemary Laings wasnt too successful in her delivery of
the work as it is hard to know if the suspended bride is on
her way to heaven or about to plunge to the ground. Her
work reminds me of angles ascending on the heaven. It
sparks the emotions of her audience as the work is
mysterious and perplexing, rather violent and
unexplained, however it is interesting as it begs us to
question if its a metaphor for the loss of ones self or
intended to spark discussion about domestic violence
within relationships. If I were to do a similar work, Id try
to be clearer in my intentions, whilst still providing an
element of mystery. (Wales 2002) I will take what I have
learned from Rosemary to inform my work by trying hard
to ensure that the interpretation my work portrays is
accurate in terms of my intention.


Rosemary Laing
Bulletproofglass
Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia
2002
Photograph
type C photograph
141.0 x 230.0 x 6.0 cm frame (Laing 2002)
Photo-based artist Rosemary Laings body of art focuses on the cultural and historically rich locations situated within Australia. Her work governs the politics of their location from a
contemporary culture. (Limited 2014)

Project Six: Ex 1 & 2 Artists and Other Research
Project 6: Ex 2 View Finder Drawings Exploring The Notion of The Body in Space
Artist 2 - Tracey Moffatt


Tracey Moffatt
Adventure, #5
2004
Watercolour on paper
Approx. 90 x 120cm
(Moffatt 2004)
Contemporary artist Tracey Moffatt, lives and works in New York, but often returns to Australia.
She is Australias best known Contemporary artist. (Queenslands Art Gallery 2004). Her body of
work on the Adventure Series was inspired by three sources. A 1970s Australian televisions
show The Rovers an adventure comic strips, and also The Flying Doctors series.

My Response

Tracey Moffatts work is successful partly because of her work being vague yet comprehensive
in nature, But also because of her choice of medium (Film and photography) and the way in
which her work can be interpreted from different viewpoints. Her work reminds me of a
romantic night taking place in the desert as dusk. She sparks emotions in her viewers by
generating uncertainties regarding the politics of her work. She also draws from these
uncertainties by making them familiar to dreams they may have had in past or even using
images they might remember. Whats interesting is her work can slot into post-modernism, post-
colonial and even post-feminism. The fact that I like that her work can be interpreted in so many
different ways I dont feel I would change anything if I was to do a similar piece. Instead I think
I would aspire to achieve such a quality in my own work.(Wales 2005) Traceys work will
inspire my own work in terms of how I set out to choose my products, as I believe that Traceys
very careful approach to her products is what makes her work stand out so much.
Project Seven: Ex 1 2 & 3 Artists and Other Research
Project 7: Ex 1 Analysis of Two Artists Who use Text in Their Work
Artist 1 - Lesley Dill
Dill, Lesley
A Word Made Flesh: Throat
1994
photolithograph with etching on mulberry
paper, hand-sewn on Arches buff paper
plate: 25 3/4 x 21 1/2 in.; 65.4 x 54.6 cm
(Dill 1994)
Lesley Dill is work consist of photography, sculptures and performances. Her body of work
requires her to use a range of media and methods to explore subjects such as language, body and
transformational experiences. (Dill Unknown) Lesleys Dills work A Word Made Flesh
records Dickinsons words on to the body of a woman. When transcribing the words she makes
them ghostly like in sections so that only the parts she wishes to be seen remain seen. The result
is text and images merged together to producing powerful, yet distressingly vulnerable effects.
(Chicago)

My Response
Lesley Dills work is highly successful due to her brilliance in taking Dickinsons words and
placing them on the womens face and chest, choosing which words to make clear to her
audience in order to provoke powerful, challenging images, causing her audience to become
vulnerable. Her work reminds me of a very graphic protest sign. Her work sparks emotion by its
deliberate play on words, and through using images we can all relate to. What interesting is her
chose of words I, body, a, soul, which she selects to highlight and not make ghostly. These
word a really powerful and help to steer the mind into a specific direction. Rather than making
changes if I was to do a similar piece of work, Id rather take from my lesson here and learn to
highlight the words that truly impact my subject.
Project Seven: Ex 1 2 & 3 Artists and Other Research
Project 7: Ex 1 Analysis of Two Artists Who use Text in Their Work
Artist 2 - Barbara Kruger
Untitled (Your Body Is A Battleground)
Artist: Barbara Kruger
Date of Work: 1989
Medium: Photographic silkscreen on vinyl
Size: 112112 (284.5284.5cm)
(Kruger 1989)
Barbara Kruger is an American designer, writer and conceptual artist. Her body of work incorporates
photograph-based images which she explored the concept of power through the mass-media images,
taking on board their iconography and slogans and analysing them both verbally and visually. She is
greatly influenced by television, everyday life and her knowledge gained through her graphic
designing training. (ART 2014 ) Her work Untitled (Your Body Is a Battleground) takes a face and
crops it to display a positive and negative side but all the audience is capable of seeing is a womens
face. She then disturbingly superimposes the text in white letters with red highlights Your body is a
battleground , which she created in support of the Womens March on Washington in 1989 which
addressed a womens right to choose. (KIM 2014)

My Response
Barbara Krugers work is successful due to her ability to show through her use of text Your body is a
battleground merged with the womens face that there is a difference between the fight for choice
and political battles. Her image shows us how her body acts as a battle zone for the womens personal
struggle for an in. Meaning she crusades outside her body for the right to choose but it directly affects
inside her body. The work reminds me of a masked woman. What sparks our emotions is her choice of
subject as the subject is a perfect representation of beauty, showcasing what societies understanding of
women to be. Whats interesting though is as a result of Barbara dividing the figure the view is forced
to see only the stereotypical image that society consider beautiful in a women. If doing a similar work
I would strive to take on the activist in her, to source out the most meaningful words to coincide with
my subject at the time, and try allude my audience in such a way they have no choice but to see the
reality of the connections instead of the political view.
Project Seven: Ex 1 2 & 3 Artists and Other Research
Project 7: Ex 2 A Work Which Responds to Text
Artist 1 - Jean-Michel Basquiat
Jean-Michel Basquiat (American, 1960 - 1988)
Untitled (Pecho/Oreja), 1982 - 1983
Acrylic, oil stick and paper collage on canvas
188 x 183 cm. (72 x 72 in) (Basquiat 1982 - 1983)
Jean-Michel Basquiat work took from the Greek, Roman and African art and Jazz pop culture
(ART 2014). He was most influenced by his friend and fellow artist Andy Warhol. Basquiat
would juxtapose his influences in a piece of work joined with images and text to produce a flow
of visual information. He went by the tag SAMO as a teenager producing t-shirts and
postcards.(ART 2014). Hi Untitled work Pecho/Oreja, demonstrates a theory, which is
conflicted with harshness, and relationship which are difficult to understand and combines
elements to form a whole system. The head is a decorative design that describes a self-portrait,
skull-like object believed to be magical or sacramental. (BASQUIAT 2008)

My Response
Jean-Michel Basquiat work is successful due to its iconic marks, his appreciation of beauty,
along with his set of principles, which underlie his work and artistic movements. His work
reminds me of a map taking in different aspects of his location. His work sparks emotion
through his extremely unusual facial qualities. It is made interesting through his juvenile
scribbles of a youngster along with his symbolic representation of ancient African reliquary
masks, which were significant influences in his life growing up. I like his work as it is so
wouldnt want to change a thing, but if I were to do a similar work I would try to use these
juvenile scribbles of a youngster to describe another element in the work.
Project Seven: Ex 1 2 & 3 Artists and Other Research
Project 7: Ex 2 A Work Which Responds to Text
Artist 2 -
Deborah Grant, Detail from God's Voice in the Midnight Hours, 2013. Oil, archival
ink, enamel, paper, Arches W.C. paper, linen, and birch wood on 24 panels, 24 x
18 x 1 1/2 inches each. Courtesy the artist and Steve Turner Contemporary, Los
Angeles. (Grant 2013)
Deborah Grant is a contemporary artist born in Ontario, Canada, in 1968 and
currently lives and works in New Your city. Her work combines historical events
along with personal experiences that make reference to contemporary social and
political issues. Grant selects her materials from a variety of sources such as
magazines, comic books, published text and historical art reference books. She
then uses this material to translate through her signature drawing method, creating
personal, non-linear narratives, which explores cultural identity, race and politics.
Her work titled Christ You Know it Aint Easy!! is an installation, which
adopted its title from Lennon McCartney song The Ballad of John and Yoko.
She merges paintings, drawings and collages to translate the imaginary meeting
between Mary A Bell, the African-American folk artist and Henri Matisse the
renowned modernist painter. Grant then creates graphic silhouettes along with
elaborate line drawings and collages photographic rudiments, which she
transposes through her story telling a different interpretation of the heritage of
modernist painting one not told in the history books (Gilman. 2014).

My Response
Deborah Grant work is successful due to her ability to transpose stories in to
paintings. Her work reminds me of a Christmas card with a sleigh and snow. Her
work sparks emotion through her incredible story telling qualities. What makes her
work interesting is her ability to combine graphic silhouettes alongside elaborate
line drawings and photographic rudiments collaged together. Her work is amazing
so I would not change a thing if doing a similar work. Instead I would try to adopt
her ability to combine simular mediums to tell my story.
Project Seven: Ex 1 2 & 3 Artists and Other Research
Project 7: Ex 3 A Text Work Exploring The Everyday
Artist 1 - Sarah Lucas
Sarah Lucas, Geezer, 2002
Medium: Oil, cut-and-pasted printed paper, and pencil on wood
31 7/8 x 29 1/2" (81 x 74.9 cm), MoMA (Lucas 2002)
Sarah Lucas is an English installation artist and photographer, whose body of work is highly provocative. Her work
explores people through the dislikes and mistrusted media culture merged with the ready-made to confront issues of
typical stereotype sexual ways. She takes the English language and makes it capable of developing a natural
attraction to earlier instants such as Situationism and Surrealism. She is also well known for doing confrontational
self-portraits. (ART 2014) Her artwork Geezer 2002, investigates her own identity, success and marketing, by taking
a look at the star soccer player Charlie George who represents her dreams of stardom and escape. Her work was
dedicated to Charlie George whose character was often considered to appear true but not always true as a subject.
This portrait somewhat resemblance Lucas herself, and interestingly her work generally explores being both male
and female (hermaphroditic) as a personal identity, which produces a double meaning. Sarahs work can be read in a
couple of ways. First as a self-portrait, this connects her history to Charlie George and secondly as a political
critique. (ART 2014)

My Response
Sarah Lucas work is successful because of her ability to work from a personal level, to see her in others and draw
from their inspiration in order to find her own. Her ability to choose a character to identify with thats character can
be questionable; highlighting her personal identity producing a double meaning, eliciting her audience to react and
search for answers, providing great interest in the work. But her work is also successful due to her use of ready-made
materials (advertisements) in this case the logo of Georges team, as it seems to act like a product which can be
bought or sold to both the sports body and the general public. The work reminds me of someone standing in front of a
bookcase maybe dreaming of playing soccer. It sparks emotions by appealing to its fans by allowing them to identify
with famous sports people. Whats interesting though is how Lucas draws on her fans own identities through their
own understandings and connections with sport stars to produce just a blank canvas, making the forehead symbolic,
evoking a sense of sadness or regret, consisting of small disconnected or incomplete parts of success. Making the
work in part a celebration of Charlie George in terms of the realisation of dreams, but also depicting aspects of late-
stage capitalism which Lucas perfectly harmonises the political commentary through her collages. In a similar work I
would drop the political connection instead choosing my subject to reflect my inner self and draw on their qualities to
portray my own.
Project Seven: Ex 1 2 & 3 Artists and Other Research
Project 7: Ex 3 A Text Work Exploring The Everyday
Artist 2 - Ralph Ueltzhoeffer
David Beckham "Textportrait" (2011) - Ralph
Ueltzhoeffer 2011. Standard text: Wikipedia.org
(2001-2011) . Courtesy the artist. (Ueltzhoeffer
2011)
Ralph Ueltzhoeffer is a Mannheim-based artist whose body of work consists of installations and photography. His
works investigate the human aspect through both black and white and coloured photographs merged with profiles.
(Unknown 2009) The phishing project is based on a musicological style installation which main focus is on pictures
merged with biographical components. His works use both image and the written word equally when creating a
portrait. The technique is known as visual representation of an individual or situation (Ueltzhoeffer 2011). He
uses words, texts (names) to discuss the characteristics of human reasoning and to cover up the everyday
unchanging opinions. He devotes his artist investigation to resolving the relationship between the written and visual
information through the digital world and its significance in connection to the data. His need to merge the written
with the image reflects on the globalization and digitalization of data. (Ueltzhoeffer 2011) Text portraits are
incapable of being separate. The type face relates to DOS input visually.

My Response
Ralph Ueltzhoeffers work is highly successful due to his excellent use of visual representation along with his
ability to research in depth. Because of this clarity his work it is easy for his audience to understand. His work
reminds me of the old DOS screens when they had loads of text presented on them. The work sparks emotions by
using a familiar face for people to identify with. Whats interesting is that for me I see the look of a DOS screen
before I see the images of David Beckham. When I asked my 20 year old daughter whats interesting for her all she
could see was David Beckham. She couldnt understand the reference to the DOS screen as its not something she is
accustoming to. This makes me believe that the work relies heavily on prior learned knowledge. In doing a similar
work, I would use black text over coloured image to see its effects. The text would be of a nature relevant to the
concept at the time.
Self-Evaluation
Discuss Your Learning Outcomes
This unit I feel has brought about my greatest learning throughout university. It has challenged me to look at drawing from a whole new perspective. At times I question if what I was
doing was actually drawing. A prime example of this was when asked to do a collage. For me prior to this, drawing meant picking a pencil and applying it to paper. But whilst this
challenged my belief it wasnt long after I started working on the collage that I could understand its connections to drawing. I learned through this work that art has limitations for me.
That whilst I love art there are area Id rather not venture. This is possibly one of those areas as I found it frustrating. I was however surprised that despite my frustration I was still able
to push myself to the extreme to create what I felt was a very good representation of a tonal collage of my hall way. It also opened my eyes to the many different mediums that can be
used in a drawing and how this can really bring forth those special elements that make a piece of work a true work of art. The unit also challenged me to use mediums I had avoided in
the past such as charcoal and ink. I now have a new found love for both of these mediums which I know I will take with me in future works. It has opened my eyes to some very simple
rules about drawing, which I feel are vital in producing good art. Such as the different types of perspective, considering placement, questioning if colour is required, but equally as
important where I myself fit within the context of the work. For me this unit has brought to the light the type of artist I wish to be. Something I had been questioning for a long time,
but was never sure of. I can finally see in my work that I am a realist, with an activist mind and create best when considering humanitarian subjects. This clarification will help me to
remain true to who I am in future works. It will allow me to move forward with an open mind, begging to be challenged and pushed to the extreme as I realise it is when I am pushed
that my learning outcomes far exceed any fears I may have going into a piece of work. Despite my hard journey in this unit due to my health complications I have really enjoyed the
experience and can only hope that future units will be as insightful as this one.
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Thread:Foreshortening final drawingPost:Foreshortening final drawingAuthor: Gaylene DuncanPosted Date:August 13, 2014 6:14 PMStatus:Published
Hi all here is my final drawing for the foreshortening.
Cheers Gaylene
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Thread:Foreshortening final drawingPost:RE: Foreshortening final drawingAuthor: Pamela HarmeyPosted Date:August 14, 2014 12:39 PMStatus:Published
Wow Gaylene! You have certainly had some fun with this. I found my eyes travelling around to all the different "you"s, however I could not make out the black and white structure in the
centre. Is it crossed legs?
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Hi Pamela thank you am pleased you enjoyed it. Yes it is crossed legs in the center.
Cheers Gaylene
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Thread:Foreshortening final drawingPost:RE: Foreshortening final drawingAuthor: Pamela HarmeyPosted Date:August 14, 2014 8:21 PMStatus:Published
Hi Gaylene
Thanks for your encouragement
Pamela
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Thread:Foreshortening final drawingPost:RE: Foreshortening final drawingAuthor: June CallonPosted Date:August 21, 2014 4:28 PMStatus:Published
Hi Gaylene, your foreshortening skills are so good and so effective in this drawing. You have chosen exactly correct colour combinations for the spirituality you are portraying and the idea of
the pyramid is such a good one. The thought you have put into this is very obvious from the lines of the shirts to the shapes of the people, all gives that feel of positive spiritualality flowing
amongst them. You are such an intuitive artist, and your work is very indepth. Love it, June
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Hi June thanks for the feedback mate. It is always so helpful in shaping my thoughts. Maybe not on this piece but certainly in future works. I tend to learn a lot about my work and myself as
an artist every time I read your thoughts and I am ever so thankful. So thanks heaps mate.
Cheers Gaylene
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Thread:Project 6 Exercise 1 Micro MacroPost:Project 6 Exercise 1 Micro MacroAuthor: Gaylene DuncanPosted Date:August 21, 2014 9:53 PMStatus:Published
Hi All finally this one is done. I wasn't so happy with my outcome as felt it feel short of describing my intent, so in an ideal world would need further resolution, but feel it does cover the
criteria. Any feedback would be welcome. Cheers Gaylene Attachment: Project 6 Ex 1 Drawing Transforming Microscopic Body Part to Macroscopic For DB.pptx (1.707 MB)
Thread:Project 6 Exercise 1 Micro MacroPost:RE: Project 6 Exercise 1 Micro MacroAuthor: Gayle WedemeyerPosted Date:August 22, 2014 8:02 AMStatus:Published
Hi Gaylene, I'm sorry to hear you are a little disappointed in this work. I agree with you that it's disappointing when we can't fully execute the idea we have in our heads. But I think this is a
very capable work, and one that shows your deep thought about the subject and how best to portray it with the various media. I enjoyed reading about your process and think that as an
abstract, this is a lovely and well-executed work. All the best, Gayle.
Thread:Project 6 Exercise 1 Micro MacroPost:RE: Project 6 Exercise 1 Micro MacroAuthor: Maria RasquinhaPosted Date:August 22, 2014 10:48 AMStatus:Published
Hi Gaylene, I think your work is well executed and the colours are beautiful. It reminds of the oriental silk scarves - you have beautified a piece of irritated skin. I know what you mean
when you say that the thumbnail was more efefctive than the final drawing. I found that too when I transferred it onto the larger sheet - the effect was not the same. I guess it's a learning
experience so when we have the freedom to choose our support size, we can discern what works better for that particular medium. Maria
Thread:Project 6 Exercise 1 Micro MacroPost:RE: Project 6 Exercise 1 Micro MacroAuthor: Gaylene DuncanPosted Date:August 25, 2014 2:27 AMStatus:Published
Hi Maria oh now thats a nice thing for the work to look like. I haven't had the time to return to it to see what else I might see it as I normally would so ill be interested to see once I have
time if I to can see this. I am pleased to learn that you have also found that the thumbnail is often better. I agree with you about the choice of items we use. In my hurry to catch up I failed to
test the different paper. So I think this was a big issue in it as the paper for the finely piece had less tooth, but also watercolors I am great with when doing small pen and wash work, but
when comes to larger scale I never seem to get my consistency right. Two things I will certainly think about next time. Your feedback has given my much to think on so thank you so much
for that Maria. Cheers Gaylene
Thread:Project 6 Exercise 1 Micro MacroPost:RE: Project 6 Exercise 1 Micro MacroAuthor: Gaylene DuncanPosted Date:August 25, 2014 2:21 AMStatus:Published
Hi Gayle you provide me with a really interesting way to look at this work thank you. It's one of those piece that if I had the time I'd be there working on for days until I resolved it as I don't
like to leave thing unfinished. But I do agree with you that as an abstract it is an interesting piece. Thanks heaps for the great feedback mate. Cheers Gaylene
Thread:Project 6 Exercise 1 Micro MacroPost:RE: Project 6 Exercise 1 Micro MacroAuthor: Kylie McDougallPosted Date:August 24, 2014 6:16 AMStatus:Published
Hi Gaylene, Your work is excellent. The colours you have used are nice and soft. Your powerpoint presentation is very strong. Well Done! :-) Kylie
Thread:Project 6 Exercise 1 Micro MacroPost:RE: Project 6 Exercise 1 Micro MacroAuthor: Gaylene DuncanPosted Date:August 25, 2014 2:28 AMStatus:Published
Thank for your kind feedback Kylie its much appreciated friend. Cheers Gaylene
Thread:Project 6 Exercise 1 Micro MacroPost:RE: Project 6 Exercise 1 Micro MacroAuthor: Naomi FisherPosted Date:August 25, 2014 11:49 AMStatus:Published
Hi Gaylene, I think your final piece is resolved beautifully. All of your work that I've seen is amazingly talented with a strong leaning towards realism, and this task is requiring us to be
abstract; maybe this could be part of the unresolved feeling? The colours suggest the skin is irritated and the added texture makes you want to touch the final piece with your own fingers,
great job! All the best with your future studies,kind regards, Naomi
Thread:Project 6 Exercise 1 Micro MacroPost:RE: Project 6 Exercise 1 Micro MacroAuthor: Gaylene DuncanPosted Date:August 25, 2014 1:07 PMStatus:Published
Hi Naomi thank you friend for the kind words. It wasn't until taking this unit that I started to really see myself as a realist/ activist so I think it's wonderful that your able to see this in my
work particular this piece. You may be right in drawing his connection I hadn't really stopped to think about that, but you raise a very valid point for me to consider. Thank for that. I wish
you every success in future studies mate and hope our paths cross again. Cheers Gaylene
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Thread:Ex 2 Response to textPost:Ex 2 Response to textAuthor: Gaylene DuncanPosted Date:August 27, 2014 11:03 AMStatus:Published Hi all I hope some of you are around to still be able
to give me a little feedback as I am really excited with the outcome of this work and would love to hear your thoughts. I must worn you though it focuses on the civil wall and could shock or
offend. Cheers Gaylene Attachment: Project 7 Ex 2 A Work Which Responds to Text Final Drawing For DB.pptx (17.345 MB)
Thread:Ex 2 Response to textPost:RE: Ex 2 Response to textAuthor: June CallonPosted Date:August 27, 2014 1:51 PMStatus:Published Hi Gaylene, This is an awesome and stunning piece
of artwork. Your message has come through to me loud and clear. The use of red and yellow with attention to their meanings is fabulous and also the legible ones to stand out more. Your
approach to this is an great eye-opener for me and I would love to be able to produce such well informed, insightful art as this one day soon. Your investigations, descriptions and trials of each
component coupled with the preparedness that you in your mind from information is absolutley remarkable. You really are a true artist, and I look forward to seeing more of your work in a
gallery or two. Thanks for giving us the opportunity to view your beautiful presentation. Marvellous! Best Wishes, June
Thread:Ex 2 Response to textPost:RE: Ex 2 Response to textAuthor: Gaylene DuncanPosted Date:August 28, 2014 5:47 PMStatus:Published Hi June thanks so much for coming in and
having a look mate. Your feedback always means so much to me. I am thrilled my message was so clear. You pay me so many complements mate. I don't always get such clear insightful
information. I find when I work on something I am truly passionate about I tend to get it right. So I think the trick is to work on things your passionate about. I am sure I will one see your
amazing work in gallery's soon also. Do keep in touch mate. Cheers Gaylene
Thread:Ex 2 Response to textPost:RE: Ex 2 Response to textAuthor: Phillip ElwinPosted Date:August 27, 2014 6:09 PMStatus:Published Hi Gaylene, What an amazing journey of
technological discovery you have described! You have a great talent for persistence and attention to artistic detail. You must have searched through dozens of photos to select the ones you were
satisfied with.You have put a great amount of thought into this piece and have produced a really polished result. I wish I could see the origninal work enlarged to a 150 x 150 cm frame. Of
course, that is not possible on a computer! Is it possible to cut the circle into just four quarters and display each quarter on a single slide with no commentary alongside? In that way, the
individual photos could be more easily examined on my small computer screen. Congratulations on this final work! Cheers, Phillip
Thread:Ex 2 Response to textPost:RE: Ex 2 Response to textAuthor: Gaylene DuncanPosted Date:August 28, 2014 5:52 PMStatus:Published Hi Phillip thanks heaps for coming in and giving
me some feedback. It is always appreciated and so insightful. I did spend many hours as felt they needed to really identify what it was I was looking for. So worth the time spent. I agree would
be great if could get that size on a laptop. But I have broken it down to the four for you to see. I do hope this helps. I think it could look interesting in four separate frames this way. Do stay in
tough Phillip thanks again mate. Cheers Gaylene Attachment: Presentation1 Civil War - Whats Civil.pptx (538.021 KB)
Thread:Ex 2 Response to textPost:RE: Ex 2 Response to textAuthor: Phillip ElwinPosted Date:August 28, 2014 8:21 PMStatus:Published Many thanks Gaylene for the enlargements of the
final work. The photos you have selected are quite striking - the horribly wounded children, the father, the mother, the soldier, the politicians, the demonstrators for a free press. I appreciate the
way you have alternated close up photos with mid distance images. You have taken great care to acknowledge the sources and, in a sense, to honour the heroicity of the photo journalists. Go
well in your next units, Cheers, Phillip
Thread:Ex 2 Response to textPost:RE: Ex 2 Response to textAuthor: Gaylene DuncanPosted Date:August 29, 2014 3:26 AMStatus:Published Hi Phillip your most welcome friend. Thanks
again for your wonderful feedback and analysis of my work. It has really helped me to see myself as an artist. Thanks for the kind wish mate. may we meet again in another unit. Do keep in
touch. All the best Phillip. Cheers Rose
Thread:Ex 2 Response to textPost:RE: Ex 2 Response to textAuthor: Maria RasquinhaPosted Date:August 28, 2014 5:40 PMStatus:Published Hi Gaylene, You have an amazing capacity for
research. Your work is as usual detailed and meaningful. well done on completeing this unit under tne strain of your back problem. Maria
Thread:Ex 2 Response to textPost:RE: Ex 2 Response to textAuthor: Gaylene DuncanPosted Date:August 28, 2014 5:54 PMStatus:Published Hi Maria thank you my friend. I don't mind
research I quiet enjoy it. I think to really understand the subject helps when putting it all together. Thanks for your kind words mate and all the best for your future studies.Cheers Gaylene

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Thread:3 Text and the EverydayPost:3 Text and the EverydayAuthor: Gaylene DuncanPosted Date:August 30, 2014 7:20 PMStatus:Published
Hi All if any of you re still around I would really love your thoughts.
Cheers Gaylene
Attachment: Project 7 Ex 3 A Text Work Exploring The Everyday for DB.pptx (12.164 MB)
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Thread:3 Text and the EverydayPost:RE: 3 Text and the EverydayAuthor: Phillip ElwinPosted Date:August 30, 2014 9:17 PMStatus:Published
Hi Gaylene,
That's a monumental work! You embody so much of your self, family, origins, daily routines, your life and loves in that work. You express who you are in the way you have assembled it -
with care, energy, balance, inventiveness. You have fused technology with hand crafted work. Amazing generosity of spirit!
A wonderful work Gaylene!
I hope that in all this intense work, you do not take a toll on your health. Are you energised by the creative work you do? If your spirit is lifted, how does your body respond? I am not asking
these hoping for an answer. What are the limits for a mother, a student, an artist, a professional? These are questions I ask myself too.
Cheers,
Phillip
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Thread:3 Text and the EverydayPost:RE: 3 Text and the EverydayAuthor: Gaylene DuncanPosted Date:August 31, 2014 12:54 AMStatus:Published
Hi Phillip thanks for taking a look mate. I really didn't think anyone would come in now given it's so late so means so much to me. Your feedback as always is amazing and so insightful
Phillip thank you. Based on your feedback I feel really content with this work now as your comments reflect much of my feeling during it. You always give me something to think about and I
am so going to miss that. I have learned a lot about myself through this unit as a direct result of your questions Phillip thank you. Once more your question here gives me lots to think about. I
can actual answer part of this already. When I in the moment doing the actual work its like Im in heaven on a complete high. I zone out of the world around me and just give myself to the
work. But when I am finished I find myself exhausted in a good way though. Art is my salvation. My time for me. So I tend to create at night or when my grown children are not home. This
way I have time for them as a mother, uninterrupted from my creating or study. As a student though I find it exhaust me as I want to do well and set a high standard for myself. A standard I
feel is accomplishable though not one that is ridicules. But as a student I try to push myself to go beyond my means to force myself to try to experiment and learn new ways. As a professional
I am still working on these understandings. But I'd like to think that I try to be responsible in my aproach so that my work has morals. Being an ex-welfare worker I seem to have a need to
explore real issues so I am very much a realist but I like to challenge and protest these the activist in me so on a professional level I do worry that one day I might land myself in trouble with
my art. But I guess this is where the research becomes so important for me to be able to do thoroughly. But I will continue to consider this question for a long time I think Phillip.
Cheers Gaylene
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