Anamorphic Art

Anamorphic art is an art of illusion. Artist needs to know how to modify the perspective in order to obtain the best results. More realistic one’s art is, better illusions one can create. To exercise anamorphic art it is not obligatory to draw, paint, or sculpt realistically, but it is the...

Drawing Studio 203 /...

                                      Drawing Studio 203 – Studio de dessin 203 3901 Bannantyne Avenue, Studio 203 Verdun, Quebec, QC H4G 1C2 514-237-1713   Studio est...

The One on One drawi...

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Can Satire be a Mean...

The entire version of this thesis is available for downloading  on the Concordia University Research Repository (PDF). Introduction   Satire: the art which “afflicts the comfortable and comforts the afflicted.” H. L. Mencken (1880-1956) (Roukes, 1997, p. 85)   The principal...

Reflections on the A...

I. Introduction. How does satirical art foster knowledge and visual literacy and why should it be taught? I would like to respond to this question by creating a series of satirical artworks through intrinsic content which I would propagate knowledge about “how to” and “why to,” by...

Reflections on Deleu...

The Deleuzeian rhizome theory states that the knowledge about the world is acquired freely and independently through a process of multiple non-hierarchical structures of representation and interpretation, without any particular beginning or end point. It means that an idea should not have a...

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