Monday, September 19, 2016

Jackson Pollock's Blind Spots

Jackson Pollock's "Blind Spots" grabbed my attention because it reminds me of Rorschach ink blot test. This test is used to determine someone's personality. Jackson Pollock was an American influential painter who started an abstract movement in the painting world. Pallock often used a drip technique and preferred canvases over painting on walls. You can notice that he first dripped brown paint then the black afterwords. He was famous and known for layering paint which adds interesting texture. The color choice and shapes remind me personally of a cow. I enjoyed looking at Pollock's art work because they were very abstract and interesting to look at because everyone can perceive them differently. 

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