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Describe how the use of value, texture, and color contribute to the degree of abstraction you identified in section one. In your answer, explain the significance of the artist's use of value in this image. Identify the specific type(s) of texture you notice in the image (actual, simulated, abstract) and give a few examples of the objects in the image that demonstrate the type(s) of texture identified. Lastly, label the use of color as either local or subjective.
The use of value of light brings out more texture, making the picture look more natural. The artist uses low lighting in some parts and high key colors in other areas to make contrasts, and make the textures stand out. The texture is simulated in the puddle of water and his hair is simulated and also his clothes are simulated. The use of color is local.
Would you describe the treatment of space as decorative, shallow, or deep? Briefly explain.
Shallow, because you cannot see and endless background.
Describe at least one way in which the artist creates harmony in this image.
The artist creates harmony by using the reflection in the puddle of water. The variety of value.
Describe how the use of at least one element creates variety in this image.
The artist uses value to create variety by using different values throughout the picture.
Describe at least one method the artist used to establish visual movement in this image.
He made the top portion brighter so you look at the boy first and since there’s no background it leads directly into his reflection into the puddle. Also, the boy is looking at the reflection, so you seem to follow the boy’s line of sight.
Does the work demonstrate symmetrical, approximate, or asymmetrical balance? Explain.
Approximate because it is almost the same side to side, and top to bottom.
Name at least one way in which the artist demonstrates economy in this image.
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