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Art Museum: Peyton Taffe

During the visit to the WSU art museum, I found Robert Rauschenberg’s Autobiography,  to be the most interesting. It features three large lithograph prints that tell a narrative of his life. The first image is of his astrological birth chart overlaying … Continue reading

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Formstorming and Modularity – Peyton Taffe

I chose to look at  Marian Bantjes’s Mountain Spectrum. This piece first caught my eye because, like most of her other works, had a lot of randomness and wonder. At first glance the piece reminded me of a kaleidoscope, because of … Continue reading

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Pattern: Peyton Taffe

This quilt by Mary Lee Bendolph features geometric patterns. The shapes in the pattern are repeating triangles and rectangles. Bendolph uses mainly black and white elements to create shape out of negative space but has elements of brighter colors sparingly throughout the … Continue reading

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Texture: Peyton Taffe

  Two weekends ago, my friends and I took a trip to my roomate’s cabin in Yakima. Her cabin is on the side of the river and this image displays some of the rapids in that river. There is a … Continue reading

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Point, Line, Plane: Peyton Taffe

Points are used in design to mark a point in space and can either be very significant or hold little to no importance, depending on the design. To demonstrate point, I chose to take a picture of the one of … Continue reading

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