Eight designs using rectangles, squares and circles. Each are unique, engaging, compelling, and appealing. A point of focus appears in all eight of the designs.
Kasimir Malevich, founder of the artistic and philosophical movement of suprematism. Idealist who constitute the theoretical underpinnings of non-objective, abstract art. Worked on the exploration of pure geometric forms and their relationship with pictorial space. One of his most important art Black Square (c. 1915).
Instructor: Chris Thompson