There is slight variation among the figures themselves, but there is the same number of figures on either side and they are situated along the same horizontal axis.
And has the potential to change you. Not only what you want to see and feel, but embracing those qualities and experiences that stretch you outside of what is easy, comfortable and familiar.
Creativity for Couples. Brenda Goodman.
You only paint abstract forms. Asymmetrical balance is less formal and more dynamic than symmetrical balance. Those initial marks that are now shapes and colors start tumbling around the picture plane while intuitively I am seeing and feeling what my unconscious wants to say.
Opaque areas have more visual weight than transparent areas. Weekly Classes and weeklong intensive retreats: The instructions were very specific and as a result everyone in the class ended up with a face in their painting that looked like every OTHER persons face in the class. Kay Ruffini Painter "Intuition is the essence of the whole creative process. The houses then show up on canvases as falling or floating, or as small pieces in larger installation works. The subconscious amalgam of inspirations, ideas, curiosity, vision and a hope that it will all string together once I apply sweat and know-how.
Items can also balance each other along a diagonal axis, not just vertical or horizontal. And sometimes it might even ask you to do all those things on the same painting! The smells, the textures, the colors -- these are all an integral part of my being as an artist, down to the quality of the wood floorboards and the faded patina of the wallpaper. You can tap into your intuition as you make something beautiful or meaningful or something that sells. More authentic.What is your Type of Intuition?
I often call it the hard work miracle. When creating an artwork, artists keep in mind that certain elements and characteristics have greater visual weight than others.
Every true practice has an integrity to it. It supports you in claiming the courage to explore and experiment, to make things up and take outrageous creative risks.