Saturday, December 28, 2013

No:::37 Sketchbook - Monad - Circles-December 28 2013 -The Ralire Study

No:::37 Sketchbook - Monad -Circles- December 28 2013 -The Ralire Study 




Sketchbook Monad, Circles Symbol , Number ONE archetype The Ralire Study @ ralire.milliande.com , Developing Sketchbooks and Drawing for Textiles and Canvas



  •  On our walk today I came across these tree logs that have been seasoning away and are now playing host to a range of fungi that have grown themselves in a circular fashion around the edges of the tree ring 

  • Circular
  • Circle
  • Circuit
  • Circling



Sketchbook Monad, Circles Symbol , Number ONE archetype The Ralire Study @ ralire.milliande.com , Developing Sketchbooks and Drawing for Textiles and Canvas


  • Observing the linear remnants of the " design formation" focusing on the simple edge line quality of the shapes that present each other in relation



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  • it is intriguing to notice that the fungus seems to prefer the outer perimeter of the tree trunk and arranges itself in a circular manner itself clinging to the wood as an outline for its growth
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  • continuing on from yesterday and the arrangements of sets I investigate the different number of sets to see what resonates and what does not


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  • a SET OF 9 ...arranged in a square of 3 rows by 3 rows seems still pleasing , re-inforcing a feeling of continuation, stability, sustainability , centering, steadfastness, assured-ness, harmony, balance, origin

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  • a SET OF 3 ..in a row makes me feel like a continous line as well as a stable pattern . It feels pleasing, simple yet strong and determined, yielding, open-ended yet not easily persuaded to deviate
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  • SET OF 4 circles makes me downright uncomfortable. I have never been drawn to even numbers and this makes me feel restricted, pre-determined, cold, screaming out " I told you so" . I am not quite sure where these notions are coming from but that is what arises within and I am simply noticing it 
Sketchbook Monad, Circles Symbol , Number ONE archetype The Ralire Study @ ralire.milliande.com , Developing Sketchbooks and Drawing for Textiles and Canvas
  • SET OF 6 Circles is a funny one, in that is gives me a mixed sort of feeling  . It is almost like I want to like it, after all it is 3 and not only once but twice ... but it leaves me " hanging" like it is unfinished, still in motion heading for its destination . It is half-hearted , not committed, and talks of a pile of unfinished projects long forgotten



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    • >>> How do these Sets of Circles make YOU feel ??

      Set 9 Circles

      Set 3 Circles

      Set 4 Circles

      Set 6 Circles 

       

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1 comment:

  1. For me the 9 circles arranged in a square block gives a combination of odd & even which makes it feel easy on the eye.

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