Gallery 2- MOVEMENT

This gallery depicts the principle of motion and movement within a piece of art.

The diagonal angle of the boys leg really creates a sense of movement in this piece. It causes the audience to believe that the boy is actually in motion.
Another "flow" piece that does a good job of showing motion. The curvature of the lines mixed with the diagonal lines creates a sense of motion for the viewers.
The wave-like lines in this work create a sense of movement. I chose this piece because it is a different way of portraying motion with the wave like illusion of the ocean water.
This is another piece that depicts motion because the angles of the lines are in such a way that the eyes of the viewers follow the circles around the focal point of the work. The contrast of the colors also contributes to the movement illusion that is occurring,
Again, the lines within this photo create the motion effect. The curvature and circular shapes that decrease in size as they proceed down the tornado, it is clear to see that this tornado was made to be shown in motion. The colors and changing of shading within the tornado cause the audience to believe that this tornado truly is on the move.
The focal point of this piece is the man's hat. However, after seeing the emphasis of the photo, one can see an emphasis on the principle of lines. There are diagonal lines within the trees indicating motion as well has the diagonal angle of the man's leg, depicting a man in motion through a forest.
The bright colors in combination with the shape of the diagonal lines creates the sense of motion that we were looking for. It provides a good example about how color, contrast, and lines can be the perfect mixture for a piece of art in motion.
The artist was able to capture movement in this pievce by the use of blurring and angling the lines to create the illusion that the automobiles are actually in motion.
This piece was chosen to show motion because the viewer's eyes follow the movement of these electrifying lines. The way in which the lines are angled, the viewer traces the lines inward and follows the path of motion.
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