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My son previously created an art piece called Patterns, (which is in the Reflection on the Lockdown Experience blog post). He decided that the blueberries were the main focus of the image, so renamed it Blueberry Crush. Thus inspired him to create a fruit themed project.
Multi Canvas Art.
A few days later, he had an idea to create an art project made up of eight canvases. (Each canvas is 20cm by 20cm).
Using felt tip pens, my son began to explore the different lines, shapes, and patterns, with fruit as the main focus on each canvas.
My son experimented with his ideas, using an infusion of bright colours. He also used a ruler to draw at different angles, forming shapes flowing in different directions, which created a visual movement.
Here are the art pieces on their own, including titles that my son came up with for his fruit art project:
Use of diagonal lines with an abstract representation of blueberries.
Soft and warm use of colours for summer, with a slice of watermelon.
Raspberries and Strawberries.
Strawberries and raspberry mix at the top, with blocks of colour for the rest of the art piece.
The lines direct inward, towards the banana. Making the banana the main focal point of the artwork. Also, colourful use of pattern in the design.
Strong use of rectangles and triangles, with red and green apples at the top.
Four oranges at the top right of the canvas. Loose shapes, colours and pattern too.
The grapefruit is the focal point of the art piece, represented by its size.
The pineapple is in the centre with a burst of colour all around.
Fruit Art on Canvas.
Lastly, here is the final artwork with all eight canvases together to make one final masterpiece.
Each art piece is beautiful on their own but elevated combined.
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