art - 1 Caffrey Francis Dr. Siegler April 23, 2011 COR 104...

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1 Caffrey Francis Dr. Siegler April 23, 2011 COR 104 Convex-Concave In Das Gupta work called Convex-Concave the viewer can see a stone frog that the author sculpted from organic material. The shapes are geometric and they are arranged to illustrate a frog. The legs of the fog are the largest component on its body. The outer rim of frogs face is the second largest on the frog’s body. Das Gupta sculpted Convex-Concave in a contour outline and the sculptor has a closed illustration. The viewer can characterize this work as figurative because Das Gupta made a clear illustration of a frog. The material that the author used in his artwork is bronze and is mixed with the color gray .The viewer can understand that Das Gupta was making his artwork to be naturalistic because of the color of the stone demonstrated that he want the frog to fade in the background. The scale relative to the viewer would be from the bottom of their foot to the height of the bottom of their calf. The artwork is sitting on its own base, which is seen from underneath of the frog’s legs and feet. The viewer can see the base as stabilizing the sculptor. Das Gupta’s sculptor can be seen as lawn artwork, where the viewer could place this artwork in their lawn by their flowers. Das Gupta’s artwork is showed behind a glass window, where the light is shinning mainly on the
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This note was uploaded on 06/09/2011 for the course ENGLISH English 10 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at Oglethorpe.

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