When Viewing Examples of Student Work:

Often a single example of work may not demonstrate all the required objectives for a particular assignment. Instead students should collectively consider: the required objectives for each assignment, the multiple examples presented on this website and during in class presentations. As well ideas discovered through a student's independent research in combination with various examples and ideas presented by instructor will ultimately be the best approach for synthesizing ideas and reaching the requirements (and unique outcome) for any particular course project. Attendance and participation in all classes and meeting with instructor with Art Assignments in progress well in advance of deadlines will increase chances for desired grade. To access all posts and links for the art part of this course go on the right side of this course website."LISTINGS FOR LECTURES (COURSE TOPICS) & ASSIGNMENTS"

Euclidean Constructions and Geometry Related to Euclidean Constructions

Lower Colour Contrast (above)
Highest Colour Contrast (above)
Lower Colour Contrast (above)
Higher Colour Contrast (above)

 Tim Biskup

Tim Biskup  Horns 2011 Cel-Vinyl Acrylic on Wooden Panel 40″x 30″

In some of the images below, think about options in terms of how lines and shapes can overlap to create the illusion space.

In some of the images below, also think about about options in terms of how lines and shapes can create movement and flow in terms of 2-Dimensional design.

For additional Information Regarding Geometry and clarification of Euclidean Geometry see the following link:

Linda Francis, Three Triangles, 2013, Oil on wooden panel, 90 x 40 inches

Sacred Geometry 101B: The Vesica Piscis

Sacred Geometry 101F (Part 2): Pi - Phi - Fibonacci Sequence