Movement…

The flutter of a butterfly wing, jumping of a wren, darting of a skink or the rustle of leaves in the wind all produce secondary and tertiary movement so important to life. Just like a food web, these tiny to enormous movements provide various types of trophic levels of vibration, disruption and change; compare theContinue reading “Movement…”

Incorperating texture and form, how do we reflect and express visual clues …