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Ward-Blog Post 7

      The work I chose to evaluate from the WSU museum was the art titled, “I Beseech You” by Carrie Mae Weems. The work was published in 1996 but the photograph Weems used was originally from a French … Continue reading

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Type Anatomy: Cassidy Ward

The example I chose to write about from the MASC library was the san serif font displayed in an air circus newspaper article from 1922 because there are a lot of different fonts used within this example. In addition, it … Continue reading

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Color Interaction: Cassidy Ward

I chose this pattern because of its abundance of colors that are used. For example, it seems that each color on the color wheel was used, in addition to different values of each of the colors. Some versions are more … Continue reading

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Pattern: Cassidy Ward

I chose the quilt titled, “Bars And Strips” by Amelia Bennet circa 1929. The pattern shows a series of aligned blue blocks and evenly tiered to appear like stripes. The same pattern remains for the entireity of the quilt, but … Continue reading

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Texture: Cassidy Ward

These are all images I am interested in using for the illustrator texture project. For the first one there is a huge color contrast between the light rocks and the dark rocks which I think would a cool image to … Continue reading

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Point, Line, Plane – Cassidy Ward

Point, Line, and Plane are in every day life and it is fun to see what shapes or images are created. In this blog I will explain every day things and the shapes I view from them. For my first … Continue reading

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