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Using Aerial Perspective Creatively–DVD

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In Using Aerial Perspective Creatively,  Dianne applies the concept of contrasts decreasing as things move into distance creatively to demonstrate how manipulating the contrasts among three similar images can make them feel more distant from one another.

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S5 L3  Using Aerial Perspective Creatively–DVD

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In this lesson, S5L23 Using Aerial Perspective Creatively,  Dianne applies the concept of contrasts decreasing as things move into distance creatively.  She demonstrates how manipulating the contrasts among three similar images can make them feel more distant from one another.  This experiment shows one of the many ways we can use a principle rather than be bound by it. The term aerial perspective often causes eyes to glaze over, but when we get to know its properties and break away from its traditional use, we can find many ways to give our paintings a fresh, new interpretation.  As Dianne says, “we are actually transposing rather than translating.”  To see a example of how artist John Burton did this very thing, go HERE. Other examples are a still life and a landscape by Lori Putnam

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