If You Frame It Like That

The way a work of art is framed seems to invoke different feelings, so much so that it may be something artists have to consciously think about. For example, Lincoln Perry compares horizontal and vertical rectangles. The former often denotes landscape vistas or movements in time, while the latter exudes power, amplifying the majesty of its subjects, be it portraits, heaven, or sheer cliffs — evoking a sense of awe or dread within its audience. Read full article here


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