Nigel Brown - Gains and Losses e-size, form, colour, texture p- value, unity, balance, symmetry, variety
Nigel Brown, very inspirational, and puts hard working hours in what he loves, has heaps of density, and balance thought out the colours and shapes and sizes.
Nigel Brown Rarotongan Cross (1994) Woodcut 900 x 700mm e-size, form, colour, shape, texture p- unity, rhythm, balance, repitition, variety
Nigel Brown displays a lot of density and unity creating traditional art, using many matching colour with a lot of rhythm.
Self Portrait (1936-37) by New Zealand painter Rita Angus (1908-1970).
bernardodias: [Toby Ziegler]’s paintings and sculptures engage with ideas of the exotic and synthetic. Fabricating his images and sculptural blueprints on a computer, traditional motifs such as landscapes, still lifes, and cultural artefacts are removed from the familiarity of popular consciousness and reconfigured as templates of abstracted information.