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The Process by Richard Wilde

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THOUGHTS ON THE CREATIVE PROCESS 4

When making aesthetic decisions, one needs to struggle with the given problem in a rightful way and trust something other than one’s mind to effectively resolve the interaction between line, shape, form, space, scale, texture, and color.

A LINE IS A DOT PROBLEM:

“A line is a dot that went for a walk” is a quote by Paul Klee, and the inspiration for this assignment. Use line as a point of departure to interpret the eighteen topics on the assignment sheet. Lines can vary greatly to express the character of the following subjects: anxious, embarrassed, bizarre, exhausted, fragile, systematic, lyrical, turbulent, ...

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