Telling a Story With Serial Imagery

September 19, 2013 § Leave a comment

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Through a series of drawings, we are able to examine the complexities within each composition and how they relate to each other.  Each represents a different look at the same grouping of flowers.  When we take the time to examine our subjects more closely and make our own decisions about what we want to say, the storyline becomes more complex.  Each piece represents a unique dissection of the space around the forms and each has a prominent area of focus. By looking at the drawings together, we can see the similar nature of the flowers repeating and reaching toward the light.  Take the time to explore the possibilities within your subject material.  We don’t always have to draw what we see!!  

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