Is there a way to make or piece of artwork convey suffering without using any kind of limb or living creature. As in very abstract but pain.?
- 9 months ago
While the centerpiece is colorful and bright, it is grotesque, having been transformed from human to a creature by the surrounding misery, and above all, its abandonment. This fundamental body of work bears witness to Virtosu’s increasing fascination with purposeful representation, impulse, and spontaneity within his medium. The peaks of impasto express Virtosu’s own acknowledgement of this instance of creative genesis.Source(s): https://www.virtosuart.com/gallery/gheorghe-virtos... https://www.virtosuart.com/blog/artist-paint-feel-...
- 9 months ago
using color theory of how shapes and color play off each other lots of reds and yellows can help with shades of black
- SpeedLv 79 months ago
Have you never seen a painting of the cross, in moody hues? I'm not even religious, but it conveys suffering nevertheless.
Or how about barbed wire surrounding a concentration camp? The bars of a cell? A homemade raft in the middle of a vast sea? A doll lying on the dirt, its hair burned and one eye melted, wreckage in the background?
Think about the many ways different kinds of people have suffered and what shows they suffered without showing the person themselves.
- Lapiz DominoesLv 79 months ago
Teardrop falling upon a letter.A table with 4 chaiz, 3 zettingz.improvizether..
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- Sir CausticLv 69 months ago
Your choice of words, there, gave me pain. Ouch.