The list of the exhibition on Perspective at Elzenhof


WORKS:

SECTION 1: DISCOVERING THE SPACE AND VOLUMES BY USING LINEAR PERSPECTIVE

PETRA STEFKOVA
Untitled
Discovering the space and volumes by using Linear Perspective:
Thinking of one vanishing point
Graphite pencil on paper, 42 x 29cm

PAUL HUTCHINSON
Untitled
Discovering the space and volumes by using Linear Perspective:
How to measure ellipses by using cubes 
Graphite pencil on paper, 42 x 29cm

VERÓNICA ARÍS
‘One and two vanishing points’
Teacher's sketches: 
Planning exercises for the class
Graphite pencil on paper, 42 x 29cm

OLIVIER FASBENDER
Untitled
Discovering the space and volumes by using Linear Perspective:
Imagining possible volumes by using two vanishing points
Graphite pencil on paper, 42 x 29cm

VERÓNICA ARÍS
‘Perception of volumes’
Teacher's sketches:
How do we really perceive? Is it linear perspective sufficient to represent reality? How many vanishing points would we need?
Graphite pencil on paper, 42 x 29cm 


SECTION 2: APPLICATION OF THE LINEAR PERSPECTIVE IN THE STILL LIFE

ALESSANDRA SCAFFIDI
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Application of the linear perspective in the Still life:
Analysis of the books in perspective
Graphite pencil on paper, 42 x 29cm

SOPHIA JEHANGIR-STEVENS
Untitled
Application of the linear perspective in the Still life:
Analysis of the books and their pertaining shadows
Graphite pencil on paper, 42 x 29cm

EGON JUNIOR WEERTS
‘The magic plant’
Application of the linear perspective in the Still life:
Analysis of the complete scene of objects with ellipses
Graphite pencil on paper, 42 x 29cm

MARIA GARRONE
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Application of the linear perspective in the Still life:
Finding the shades of the jar after having analyzed its ellipses 
Graphite pencil on paper, 42 x 29cm

ROMAIN MAGGIOLO
Untitled
Application of the linear perspective in the Still life:
Straight lines, ellipses and the subtle variation of values
Graphite pencil on paper, 42 x 29cm

ALBERTO BAGNARA
‘Il regalo (The day I met Pandora)’
Application of the linear perspective in the Still life:
Analysis of the shapes, proportions, and directions
Graphite pencil on paper, 42 x 29cm


SECTION 3: IMPROVISATION

VERÓNICA ARÍS
‘Reason and sin’
Improvisation
Charcoal on Fabriano paper, 54 x 76cm

VERÓNICA ARÍS
‘It's time. Go!’
Improvisation
Charcoal on Fabriano paper, 54 x 76cm


PRESS:
- Agenda Brussels
https://agenda.brussels/fr/event/417294/expo-veronica-aris-zlatar-studenten.html


MORE INFO:
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