Creating Depth in a Picture
Tips for painting and drawing – Here are four easy techniques for creating dramatic visual depth in your artwork. Whether you are drawing painting or printmaking the principles are the same. These techniques are easy to follow and will make a big difference to you artwork.Ruined Archway by Francesco Guardi
In the galleries of the Art Institute of Chicago hands the painting “Ruined Archway” by the Italian master Francesco Guardi. The painting is very strong employing the use of one-point perspective to pull the viewer into the scene.
In the galleries of the Art Institute of Chicago hangs “The Grand Canal” by Francesco Guardi. This painting is a lovely landscape of the churches and buildings around the Grand Canal in Venice.Pardon in Brittany by Gaston La Touche
In the galleries of the Art Institute of Chicago is a wonderful painting titled “Pardon in Brittany” by Gaston La Touche. This painting is lovely in every regard, the figures are gentle and gracefully illuminated by candle-light.A Trip to the Museum
Parents and educators may be surprised by how interested a child will be with the art that’s showcased in a museum. Even if the section of classical art may not be that interesting a child may think the modern art is amazing. It’s important to adopt an attitude of exposure while not force feeding information that’s not interesting to a child. Becoming irritated if a kid is not impressed by art that is considered to be a masterpiece like the Mona Lisa is counterproductive. True appreciation comes in time and the only way to foster appreciation is through exposure. Ask children questions about the artwork, what colors they see or questions about the objects or people in the picture. Going to the museum is a fantastic way to create a dialog about art.