Monday, August 27, 2012
Or Perhaps It's Door #3?
A FEW TIPS: To read this painting, use the technique we practiced in class today: Gather as many "clues," or specific details as you can; try to find something that no one else in the class sees. Then, try to piece them together to tell a larger story. Remember to make the story as complete as possible.
YOUR TASK: In your blog, please describe which THREE clues, or details, were the most significant to this painting and why. Then, tell us what you see as the larger picture. Please remember to read others' posts before you create your own, and try to reference someone else's interpretation.
NOTE: This is a complex painting. If you start to feel lost, remember the card trick from class today: If you don't succeed in interpreting the painting the first time around, try a different angle...focus on just one part of the painting, then look at the corners, then just the bottom, or the top, etc. Keep gather little clues, one at a time, until you start to see a larger picture.