This sculpture is figurative in that it is an almost exact shape of a duck.
Sculpture using primarily point, line and plane:
This piece was made using wire. It uses several points to create lines that ultimately form a triangle.
Sculpture using primarily rhythm and balance:
This piece uses primarily color to create a balance within itself and has a rhythm of grays and blues throughout it.
Sculpture using primarily volume:
This piece has much negative space inside of it, which gives it volume that adds to the hollowness of it.
Sculpture using primarily scale change:
This piece uses scale change in that it is made of of a glass ball that lights up to create large patterns inside of a tent.
An example of modular design:
This piece uses modular design in that it uses the same and similar shapes throughout it to create a larger shape.
Sculpture using space:
The sculpture uses space in that positive and negative space is used to bring the piece together.
Sculpture creating movement:
The piece creates movement in that it gives a feeling that it is going away from the center and will drift out into the abyss.
Sculpture using primarily color:
This sculpture used primary colors to give a childlike feeling and to bring back a feeling of nostalgia of when we were all kids, or of parents kids to those who have them.
Sculpture using primarily texture:
The sculpture uses texture in that it almost gives an impressionist feel to it and gives the sculpture life.
Sculpture using pattern:
This sculpture used a pattern of squares, rectangles, and colors to give life to what would otherwise be a circle.
Sculpture using primarily mixed media:
This sculpture was made using clay and wood to make it.
Sculpture primarily conceptual:
This sculpture was made using a concept of being a meat dress, to give the idea that we are all meat on the inside.
Sculpture using time and motion:
This sculpture consisted of a video playing in front of it, causing the boards to appear that they were moving with it and creating a feeling of unease.