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QUESTION 6. CLOSE UP Viewing subjects close up has provided inspiration for many artists, designers and craftspeople. The Boyle Family are known for their close-up studies of surfaces. Photographer Andreas Feininger studied the structure of natural objects. Craftsperson Heather Knight makes ceramic artwork inspired by the textures of natural forms, and Georgia OKeeffe painted close-up images of flora.
The Boyle Family The Boyle Family are a family of collaborative artists based in London Their aim continues to be to try & make art that does not exclude anything as a potential subject. Over the years, some of the subjects being: earth, air, fire and water; animals, vegetables and minerals; insects, reptiles and water creatures; human beings and societies. The media they have worked in have included: performances and events, films and projections, sound recordings, photography, electron-microphotography, drawing, assemblage, painting, sculpture and installation.
Heather Knight She produces porcelain wall hangings, bowls, and vases that are three-dimensional takes on fungi, sea creatures, seedpods, fruit skin, and more. Nature inspires her, but what makes Knights work so captivating is how she isolates textures and plays with scale, giving her creations a sometimes-shocking, always-intriguing microscopic look. The dishes and tiles are mostly all white, though some of the bowls are glazed pale blue, yellow, or green on the inside. We sense your collection growing already.
Georgia OKeefes Georgia OKeefes work is unique because the viewpoint she chooses is a close up one as though seen through a magnifying glass or zoom lens of a camera. Flowers seen from this perspective often take on the appearance of other things and are not always recognisable at first glance
Andreas Feininger- 27 December February 1999 Was a German American photographer, and writer on photographic technique, He was noted for his dynamic black-and-white studies of the structure of natural objects.
Monochrome photography of natural forms such as flowers, seed pods. Karl Blossfeldt
Weston explored natural form through black and white photography. Shell, 1927 Vintage gelatin silver print Edward Weston
Yayoi Kusama present PUMPKIN (TOTW) Acrylic on canvas 2003 Kusama is a Japanese American artist who works in a wide variety of media and techniques – prints, sculptures and installations. Her starting point is often natural form.
Flu virus Glass sculptures of viruses Luke Jerram
Psalm 27: Hirst's butterfly and enamel paint on canvas Damien Hirst 1965 to present Hirst explores the uncertainty at the core of human experience; love, life, death, loyalty and betrayal through unexpected and unconventional media.
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