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Art Museum Visit: Julia Midkiff

When viewing the artwork at the museum, Carrie Weems’ piece “I Beseech You” immediately caught my eye as it was different from the bolder and more graphic pieces surrounding it. A sharp let light font faintly overlays a 19th century … Continue reading

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Type Anatomy: Julia Midkiff

This sample of typeface from the book Printing of To-day features a very curvy and decorated cursive style that has both uppercase and lowercase letters. The simpler letters, such as m, r, t, and v, are contain small serifs while … Continue reading

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Formstorming and Modularity: Julia Midkiff

“Valentines 2017” features an image of two ears facing each other to form the shape of a heart. This is a series of hand-printed linocut design printed on different colored paper, reds and pink, with different colors of ink. Bantjes … Continue reading

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Color Interaction: Julia Midkiff

In this pattern, we see a complex floral-like design that utilizes various values of green, red, yellow, which are the main hues, and an off-white color. There is an analogous color interaction between the red and yellow, as they are … Continue reading

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Pattern: Julia Midkiff

The quilt that caught my eye as I was scrolling was one called “Star” by Stellla Mae Pettway. It utilizes dark red, dark blue, black and pink pieces of fabric with an off-white color around the border. It is mostly … Continue reading

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Texture: Julia Midkiff

The image I chose features an artificial white rose and smaller red artificial flowers, with stems and leaves attached, in front of a glossy, light-colored wooden door. The wood in the background is very simplistic and consistent when it comes … Continue reading

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Point, Line, Plane: Julia Midkiff

A vast majority of media, whether it is a photograph, poster, or logo, can be reduced to points, lines, and planes at their most basic form. Some are more complex than others and there are times were it is hard … Continue reading

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