Chair Still Life


Foundations, Chair Project, 22″ x 30″, Charcoal on Arches Paper

Five weeks of work had gone into this project showing linear perspective, line weight, shadows, and depth. Linear perspective shows that the farthest away parts of the chair are lighter as the closest are dark. The line weight means that the stripes in the far are slightly blurred as the striped closer are more distinct. The shadows are all different color grays showing depth and leading the eye to a crease or bend. Depth is within the chair showing that the chair is on ground instead of just a side or top view.

The chair project is one of the most successful thing I feel I have completed in all of my classes. This project makes you think and helps you realize how much you have learned and how it all comes together.

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