Thursday, November 7, 2013

Stenciled Non-Objective Piece

A non-objective art piece is one that doesn't focus on a natural, physical subject, such as an object, person, or creature, but instead focuses on colors, shapes, sizes, etc. For this piece, I first painted a non-objective work to use as the background. I then converted a picture of myself to hard black-and-white, opened it up on a projector, then traced it onto another piece of paper that was the same size of the non-objective piece. From that outline, I cut out the white parts of the picture using an exacto-knife, gluing them onto the non-objective piece to create the final product.

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