Such an odd image. I can't tell if its distorted in the glass or if it would simply appear this way with how everything is positioned. I want to draw it, but I can't imagine the doing the multiple layers of value formed by overlapping glasses.
Now how's that for teaching inferencing!!! This painting may also spark some meaningful discussions in your classroom. Pawel Kuczynski, a Polish artist has worked in satirical illustration specialising in thought-provoking images that make his audience question their everyday lives. His subjects deal with everything from poverty to social media and politics. All of them have a very distinct message if you look closely enough…
Black and White example 1 - Before colour photography became popular in the mid 20th century, black and white photography was the norm. Cameras were not able to produce coloured images. To recreate this effect now, images can be altered in Photoshop, by changing the images colouring and exposure.
Food is already a magical, glorious thing. Bagels were a delight before we started packing them with food colouring. Sushi was a delicious, overpriced treat before we felt the need to make our rice glow purple. And then there were the healthy ways of making coloured food with rainbow salads. Now there's rainbow mac and cheese.
This is a connection work. The image show two different tree branch held together. In the background, there is a sun that surround by a different coloured sky, which gives the tones of the work. I think the two different colours branch could be symbolic the hope and shadow. It connected because the dark and light were excised at same time.