A motif may be an element in the iconography of a particular subject or type of subject that is seen in other works, or may form the main subject, as the Master of Animals motif in ancient art typically does. The related motif of confronted animals is often seen alone, but may also be repeated, for example in Byzantine silk and other ancient textiles.
Creative and Common Art (CCA)
Post Views: 0 The term “Creative and Cultural Sector” is referred to often in the research and practice of creative place making. But what does it mean? Read the following guide… Read More »INTRODUCTION TO CULTURAL & CREATIVE ART
Post Views: 1 These examples very well illustrate how tertiary colors are made. The intermediate colors between primary and secondary colors. Classification of Colours Hue Hue is the term used… Read More »THE STUDY OF COLOURS (COLOUR APPLICATION)