Color Theory in the visual arts has three categories based on color wheel: primary color, secondary color, and tertiary color. Color theory began in the 18th century where the color theory how it originally started with three colors of Red, Yellow, Blue. There is difference in warm colors and cold colors. Warm colors are red, orange, and yellow. For cold colors are blue, violet, and green.
John D. Boychuk is from Farmington, Michigan. He play sports growing up like soccer and football. He was more intrigued in art as a young child. He would make paintings or sculptures out of clay, glass, and broken objects. As he got older, he has done some photography. He traveled to 28 countries.
Contemporary art is art produced at the present period in time. It develops from postmodern art and its a successor to modern art. Modern and Contemporary art are synonyms, some conflation of the term modern art and contemporary art by non-specialist.
Abstract uses visual language of shape, form, color, and line to create compostion. There a list of names that are similar to Abstract art like non-figurative. Non-objective art and Nonrepresentational art. All four of the names are loosely related term but are not have identical meaning.
I like the first painting because the way he uses lines and create shapes and I like some of the color he uses that pop out to me like purple and yellow colors.
These are the picture he had in class.
The rest of the pictures are from his instagram and his website
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