|letter O - posts on A2Z.|
Each texture that our eyes see our brain organizes into images. As children, we learn to read symbols, letters that order words in sentences that tell a story. Our hands draw the symbols for images that the brain learns. No scent or sound exist, we image this from what we remember: OBSERVE.
When looking at a landscape, person, a movie - we organize points to connect called a lines or pixels grouped together to obtain images for our eye to offer to our brains. How open we are to our optic allusions is how much opportunity we take to observe our outer worlds. Our eyes, our hands, and fingers are opportunist giving us what we think are true visuals in our physical ordinary life: ORDER.
We draw on paper learn symbols with opinions to share with observers, our viewers. They are obliged and willing to open to what we have offered or omitted, no matter how obvious or outlandish our drawings. The overwhelming obstacle is how to order, obscure, or omit in our drawings what we want our obsevers to enjoy.
|Observing cats from a picture book dummy.|
Send assignment via the 'ART for DRAWN LINES' message on this page. I will send the email address for you to include drawing, title with the letter O, which I will post on this blog.
Also, any comments, suggestions, other observations, or ideas are welcome. Art is to share; we are all artists and creative.