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The trilogy piece is placed in the center of the

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was exciting to dive a little deeper into this piece to discover what its purpose really is. The Trilogy piece is placed in the center of the roundabout complimented by some landscaping making it the focal point. It is obvious looking at the artwork that the artist wanted your focus on the three vertical steel rods designed with abstract colors. The whole piece is very
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Kayla Neumann Art Visit Analysis Art 100-200 Jessica Raetzke 6 May 2019 tall which brings us to the first visual analysis. Lines can communicate a lot with the viewers in ways we sometimes don't even recognize at first glance. Like I mentioned before my first viewing of the Trilogy gave me this unexplained feeling of comfort as I was entering a place of authority. Artwork that consists of tall and large lines represent strength and stability. The use of steel to create this piece adds even more stability because we often view large objects made of tough materials as something to comfort us. When things we are unable to fight like natural disasters occur we turn to objects and buildings made of both large and tall metal to protect us. Seeing these elements weaved into an art piece give you a sense of comfort because you are considerably smaller in comparison to what’s in front of you. Another thing to consider when analyzing the artwork is the focus on three. There are three individual steel rods, but the curvatures in each piece is broken into three sections as well. This consistency is another hidden element adding to the stability. I know that I personally find artwork created from metals combined with a consistent pattern feels very strong because the artist thought everything out for structure. The planning that went into the piece must have taken some dedication and focus
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  • Fall '19
  • Idaho, roundabout, North Idaho College, Kayla Neumann, Jessica Raetzke

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