The worlds flying creatures… the theme of the exhibition is about the birds of today, this exhibition gathers all the different types of birds and brings them together into the same gallery. Showing us the different shapes, tones, colours, size and techniques used in all the similar bird artworks. ‘The worlds flying creatures’ title was chosen because I believed it described the artworks in the gallery. I chose this theme because of the love I have for birds, so I expressed this in my gallery. They are all very similar in a way, with the texture, colours and techniques that have being used.
All the artworks contrast together, because they all use the same types of colours – green, brown and light shades of red. These artworks also relate to each other by the texture in the art works, the smooth simulated texture created on the birds feathers and inner chest. The techniques are all very similar in each artwork, on the way the artist has drawn the bird and colours that have being put on the bird. Also the composition of each artwork chosen is similar and related because the birds are all in the centre and the first thing you see on the painted artwork is the birds. The artworks are related because they all have something to do with creation and the nature of this world, and are a big impact on the living world today. They also contrast because they all use the following frames – subjective, structural, postmodern and cultural in different ways the artist creates the art.