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By Frederick Palmer and Fabio Barraclough (Auth.)

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ISBN-13: 9780080157313

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Large heads in the foreground, smaller ones where the figure is at the point furthest away and is ready to rock forward again may well be incorporated into the work. —C 54 ART AND THE YOUNG ADOLESCENT FIG. 35. Collage in which a magazine photograph was cut into vertical strips and rearranged to produce a multiple image. ) be as visually accurate as if the person in the chair had had a multiple-flash photograph taken of himself, they will probably be more exciting. Other subjects which could be given in connection with this principle are: a figure on a bicycle, on a swing, or on a see-saw.

Of paper making lines across the picture plane, until, with the unfurling of the leaves, the flower itself begins to take form and from seed, the whole plant, roots, stem, leaves, to flower, has been developed (Fig. 25). Following this, the plant can be made to die, so that a gradual withering of its component parts will decrease the image until as little remains as was there in the beginning. Alternatively the whole process may be used to show the birth and early growth of butterflies, frogs, birds, or any other insect or reptile.

What appears to one as representational may be appreciated by another for its abstract qualities. The signs drawn or carved by primitive tribes and the sounds made by them with various instruments may have definite meanings used in SHAPE 51 communications, whilst to the eye and ear of the uninitiated they appear as abstract shapes and noises which he appreciates for their own sake. A more analytical approach to the problem of transposing music into visual terms may be used with the child rather than the usual "scene evocation" method.

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