Category Archives: Texture

Texture – Sean Mirts

  During the winter on the Southern rim of the Grand Canyon, an elk appeared out of the nearby forest. Only poking its head out into an opening in the trees making the brown coat pop against the brush covered … Continue reading

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Texture: Clara Mui

Texture helps us recognize objects and relate to images we see in print, physical and visual. It is truly amazing how we can feel the image when we cannot even touch the actual object or material being shown in the … Continue reading

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Texture: Claire Martin

The photo I am currently planning to use for project one is a photo I took back in 2016 of sailboats in Brittany, France. The three sail boats can be seen as focal points within the image as they draw … Continue reading

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Texture: Hunter Kozol

This Image has raw concrete with marks carved in and peppered with small dark marks. It is raw and solid but rounded off at the edges. It is rough and scratched Inside the sharp angle of concrete are more layers … Continue reading

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Texture: Jane Doe

My first texture image is of a purple rug I own.  The lines across the rug in this image make up decorative leaves that are throughout the rug.  I chose just a sliver of the rug, however, so it is … Continue reading

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Texture: Matt Behnen

Grass: There are two main textures in this photo. The grass is soft and smooth to the touch whereas the cement is rough and cold. You can get this feeling from the way the grass is in the picture. The … 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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Texture: Callie McCluskey

The picture I’m using is a picture of a succulent that I took from the Moscow farmers market. The plant is made up of leaves that start small and close together in the middle and enlarge with every row away … Continue reading

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Texture: Abby Martinez

Texture gives an image depth and presence.  It is a very important aspect of how we perceive art and photography.  Texture is not limited to soft, fuzzy, or coarse things like blankets and carpet. Things like glass bottles have texture … Continue reading

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Textual Interpretation – Hannah Talarico

Texture: Pink Peonies are some of my favorite flowers. I love these flowers, because they have so much depth, layers and texture to them. Within each peddle they have so many unique and different layers to them. I chose this … Continue reading

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