Variations on a tulip garden
This is about the changes in technology and how we shouldn’t be afraid of change
This has been an interesting semester, I enjoyed the projects and hope you enjoy my results.
It is my first time to learn about scanning high-resolution-needed pics specifically, which is very useful.
I felt a little sorry that I became sooooo obsessed with placing my items that I spent much longer time making changes…///v///
I cannot believe that I actually missed the class when we were supposed to watch it together and choose the background music ———— but still I was so thrilled when I watched it for the first time ///w/// I was so honored that my work is the first piece that was shown.
This is a religion oriented mandala created because I wanted to include a little of my heritage in my current work. The Star of David is included in the center and the bars behind it are meant to represent Sukkah, with a warm sunset to remind me of good times. Enjoy and be proud of your own religions too.
I choose the elements of fire, water and air.
Professor Cromar pointed out the problem that it would be better if I could make the grid of two circles more clear to see, like, to give them more distinguish positions and to show their relationships with the whole piece more geometrically and logically.