This collaborative piece, entitled "A Visual Conversation" was literally a visual conversation that lasted a week. 3 sheets of paper were available for us to respond to what someone else drew, wrote, adhered, painted and marked on these sheets of paper. Not all of us are in the same class at the same time, so it was very interesting to see what happened the next day, as we had to respond to what we saw. Upon completion of the week, our next idea was to combine the three sheets of artwork and add contrast and interest. Asemic writing was a means of creating contrast within the combined pieces. Asemic writing offers meaning by way of aesthetic intuition, and not by verbal expression. It often appears as abstract calligraphy, or as a drawing which resembles writing but avoids words, or if it does have words, the words are generally damaged beyond the point of legibility.
- Art form: 2-D
- Depth: 1"
- Medium: mixed medi
- Width: 18"
- Year created: 2018
- Height: 24"
About Mona Shores AP Studio Art 2018
The Mona Shores High School AP Studio Art team consists of 5 students: Kate Olson 18 Althea Muth 17 Hannah George 18 Sophia Brown 17 Caroline White 18 These young artists have attended Mona Shores High School all 4 years and have taken a variety of art classes. AP Art is a yearlong study of drawing, mark-making and finding a personal voice.