Drawing, Learning, Art

I spotted the following three terms from the glossary of Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain. They could be straight out of a software glossary!

Learning: Any relatively permanent change in behaviour as a result of experience or practice.

Composition: An ordered relationship among the parts or elements of a work of art. In drawing, the arrangement of forms and spaces within the format.

Abstract Art: A translation into drawing, painting, sculpture, or design of a real-life object or experience. Usually implies the isolation, emphasis, or exaggeration of some aspect of the artist's perception of reality.

1 comment:

  1. Yes! Learning is not just rote memorization of facts, it must include new behavior that increases your capability to get the results you want. /Tobias