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... New York artist Yvonne Jacquette before moving on any further. Yeah, it's a bit of a tangent (welcome to my brain, ladies and gentlemen), ...

... New York artist Yvonne Jacquette before moving on any further. Yeah, it's a bit of a tangent (welcome to my brain, ladies and gentlemen), ...

15. this is an example of non representational art. It is not depicted to exhibit any everyday life activity or object and even after staring at it for a long period of time you cant tell what its supposed to be.  the reason the artist chose to use only colors in this non representational work is to evoke an emotion associated with the colors. also nonrepresentational art is meant to be a true expression of creativity.

15. this is an example of non representational art. It is not depicted to exhibit any everyday life activity or object and even after staring at it for a long period of time you cant tell what its supposed to be. the reason the artist chose to use only colors in this non representational work is to evoke an emotion associated with the colors. also nonrepresentational art is meant to be a true expression of creativity.

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Theosophy and the interest in color influenced two of the next three works by Severini, Delaunay and Kupka. It is not clear that Delaunay himself was influenced by theosophy, given his interest in theories of vision, but theosophy did attract a large number of artists in the early 20th century. The works by El Lissitsky and Gabo demonstrate attempts to make art which manifests an understanding or experience of the 4th dimension.

Theosophy and the interest in color influenced two of the next three works by Severini, Delaunay and Kupka. It is not clear that Delaunay himself was influenced by theosophy, given his interest in theories of vision, but theosophy did attract a large number of artists in the early 20th century. The works by El Lissitsky and Gabo demonstrate attempts to make art which manifests an understanding or experience of the 4th dimension.

When Lee Bontecou first exhibited her steel-and-canvas sculptures, many praised their aggressive, ominous qualities. Fellow artist Joseph Cornell described their gaping black cavities as summoning "the terror of the yawning mouths of cannons, of violent craters, of windows opened to receive your flight without return, and the jaws of the great beasts."

When Lee Bontecou first exhibited her steel-and-canvas sculptures, many praised their aggressive, ominous qualities. Fellow artist Joseph Cornell described their gaping black cavities as summoning "the terror of the yawning mouths of cannons, of violent craters, of windows opened to receive your flight without return, and the jaws of the great beasts."

By Hsin-Yao Tseng.     It's not often I encounter artwork that really affects my emotions, but here are some. I am going to aim to bring some of this sense of atmosphere into my paintings. The rain, the lights, the hum of the city. You're safe and warm inside the cab.You can hear the windscreen wipers as the cab takes you to the bar where you will meet your date for the first time.

By Hsin-Yao Tseng. It's not often I encounter artwork that really affects my emotions, but here are some. I am going to aim to bring some of this sense of atmosphere into my paintings. The rain, the lights, the hum of the city. You're safe and warm inside the cab.You can hear the windscreen wipers as the cab takes you to the bar where you will meet your date for the first time.

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