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All things could be contented with quiet appreciation - Investigation on the application of photographic techniques in still life
This paper discusses the core of creation and hopes to use painting as a means of self-examination and inquiry, to return to the origin of painting. I re-examine the meaning and original value of painting through depicting the object and the creation process of painting, and the individual artistic thoughts and the concept of creation, Perceiving the phenomenon of self-inertia, letting go of self-accustomed artistry, and ideologically exploring the process of construction and destruction, to construct the series of works and the in process aesthetics thinking of this study. The first chapter is the introduction, explaining the motives and purposes of the research. Through the study of the still life and the flowers, I clarify the creative path and explore the soul of the painting and the awareness between the artist and the objects. The second chapter is the method and analysis of creation. Through the inspiration collection of sketching, and the assistance of cameras and App software, I analyze the color, light and performance techniques. The third chapter is the explanation of the idea and thought of creation. Through exploring the observation, feeling, understanding and expression of the creation mode in the creation process, I understand the changes of ideas in the process of painting, and explore the relationship between viewing and brain operation. The fourth chapter focuses on the analysis and discussion of a series of works of "Contemplation", "Transmutation", "Silent White", "Flower" and "Poetry Spread". The fifth chapter is the deep exploration of a series of creations from "contemplation" to "poetry spread". It is the creative process of addition and subtraction. I first simplify everything, purify and refine everything, then transforming simplicity to complexity, that is to take one from ten thousand and imply all things with one. Through the research and discussion of this study, it is found that from the initial concept of addition, slowly turning to be like the process of subtraction step by step, but each subtraction allows one to enter another smaller world that has not been explored. And it makes the author understand that there is still a lot of vast space worthwhile to explore and feel continuously; the current moving through the creation not only lets yourself engage in dialogue with things continuously, but also constantly explore inwardly, discover the unknown, and then form the artistic concept of the method of addition unconsciously.
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