Artist: Jennifer Goldberger.
- Cubism style.
- Thin brush strokes.
- All blended together for the most part.
- Parts that are meant to stand out are in white or black.
- Uses lines a lot through out it for nature pieces.
- The backgrounds of an object are in a way collaged.
This artist obviously has for the most part a style of cubism. She tends to use bright cool colors over dull warm colors in her cubism pieces. In the cubism the lines aren’t exactly straight and are broken up by curved lines. The lines for this are very bold over an almost watercolor look for the picture. There is no direct picture that can be even close to making out. Some of the cubism pieces remind me of a graph you would see in a math class.
In other pieces of art she uses paisley-like designs painted over the picture. This gives it a bit of a collage look. In some pieces she uses bold surreal looking insects and flowers. When she does these objects she either makes them white or black to make them stand out. Behind these pictures it has a dull color behind it in a dripped pain look.
Many of the pictures of flowers she makes have just a plain white canvas and all the flowers consist usually of only white black and yellow in the whole picture. This makes them all kind of look like duplicates each other but a slight uniqueness to each.4 years ago • 0 notes