2D Assignment - portrayed my project in a negative light....

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Sarah Rhein CFA 111 2/17/11 2-D Assignment For this 2-D assignment I chose to construct an abstract piece. My design was a combination of all of my original 2-D creations. My three designs for the word ‘balance’ were a picture of a balance, a person balancing and a balanced equation which could have been perceived as an abstract symmetrical design. I was critiqued by my peers, myself, and my professors. I received much positive feedback; however I was also told that I needed to work on my craft. On my original projects I used superglue for my adhesive for the black strips of paper. Personally I did not think that this adhesive distract from the overall design nor did I think that it looked messy, however there were a few dots of glue that could have
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Unformatted text preview: portrayed my project in a negative light. Therefore, this time for my final 2-D project I used a glue stick as my adhesive. It was less messy and easier to control and apply. I chose to do an abstract piece for my final project. While critiquing the work of my peers I thoroughly enjoyed the abstract works, I also liked the way some students allowed their design to flow off of the page. Having these ideas in mind I created an artwork that I believe can be interpreted as balanced, but also allow the viewers eye to travel from the design off the page so they can have their own individual interpretation. I attempted to incorporate my previous 2-D designs in an abstract way into this project. `...
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