The list is organized by topic. First, find the aspect of a painting you wish to talk about (for instance the colors), then see which words match or fit with what you're thinking. Start by putting it into a simple sentence such as this: "The [aspect] is [word]." For instance, "The colors are vivid." or "The composition is horizontal." It'll probably feel awkward at first, but with practice, you'll find it gets easier and more natural. You'll soon expand into longer sentences!
At times it may feel like you're stating the obvious, something that would be immediately evident to anyone looking at the painting. Think of it as answering the question "How do I know that you know except by your telling me?"
Continuously, throughout the museum, in addition to more than 10,000 square feet of indoor gallery space, the one and a half-acre sculpture garden features settings of an outdoor museum. It includes one interesting work of art that I originally admired after seeing it at the Northpark Mall that is truly hard to miss is the Hammering Man by Jonathan Brodsky. This particular piece was one of the main reasons I chose Nasher Sculpture Center as my event location for my critique. Hammering Man was one of Jonathan BrodskyвЂ™s signature pieces during the 1980s, made of painted steel plate, cur-ten steel, and it includes a motor. It depicts a huge lanky silhouette figure with his head bent, striking a piece of metal held in his right hand with a hammer held in the hand of his moveable left arm. The Hammering Man is a three-dimensional form of a tall cutout figure shaped as a man holding a hammer in one hand, and it is painted all in black. Its proportion is large in scale. The men, determined, keep hammering in continuous labor, its motorized arms quietly commenting upon the senselessness around it. The Hammering Man is a symbol for the worker in all of us, labor. The motorized arm of the hammering man continuously swings its hammer back and forth, from the mind to the hand and back again. We all use our minds and our hands to create our world.