Food Art

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FOOD ART CRITICISM
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FORMAL ANALYSIS

Form, Medium, Size and scale Form: The art is a sculpture.
Medium: Honey crisp apples or Rome apples were used in this artwork, which were pasted on a canvas.
Size and scale: The canvas is 28x36. The apples are 150 in diameter size.

FORMAL ELEMENTS OF
ART
1. Lines: There are squiggly, curved, and diagonal lines.
2. Shape: The apples are round although they are bitten.
3. Form: The sculpture has squiggly, curved, and diagonal lines. 4. Space: Positive space: apples
Negative space: canvas
5. It is three-dimensional.

6. Color: Hue: red, white, and yellow
Value: warm
Intensity: The sculpture may be warm-looking but it does not affect how people feel about it.
7. Texture: The apples are not good to look at, but we can see that it makes a person curious to touch them if they’re real or not.

ICONOGRAPHIC ELEMENT
Apple in religion is a forbidden fruit. This shows what
Adam and Eve did when they listened to the snake in the garden of eden.

DISTINCTIVE ELEMENTS
Basically, the picture shows two frames and each frame contain apples that have bites. What makes them distinct is one frame is crowded with apples that there is no room left and the other frame is only filled with a few apples which still has a lot of room.

Analysis of Principles
The artwork is repetitious and chaotic.

USE OF LIGHT
The artwork has a warm tone due to the redness of the apple. Likewise shadowy, because the artwork looks dark and mysterious.

SPACE AND LANDSCAPE
For the right frame, the canvas was filled with apples leaving no negative space. On the other frame, it only shows a few apples which means there’s a lot of room and negative space.

Reaction to artwork
The theme of the sculpture was the mistake of Adam and
Eve when they chose to listen to the snake and ate the apple. The…...

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