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What point of view tends to stamp your work and why? Now, while I agree that the subject tends to define the point of view, there is a tendency for one's own style to begin to dictate a pattern of POV choices. What is yours and why? What is your conscious, subconscious or even unconscious reason for choosing your most oft used POV in a work. Even a sculpt holds a point of view, albeit a very 3D rotational one. I guess what I am driving at here is, what attitude and why that attitude?

 


 

My love is the play of light and shadow, the quality of light, the subtleties of what is not seen, or is hinted at, interpretted from what can be seen.


 

 


Originally published on various threads on http://artcritiquegallery.com/cgi-bin/dcforum/dcboard.cgi

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