This blog is concerned with poetry, philosophy, science, and religion.
Tuesday, March 29, 2016
My favorite abstract painter is Kandinsky, who was the most successful at using foreground, middleground, and background (perspective) in his abstract works. I don't see many today who can do that. Another test is whether the work seems to have a proper right-side-up, and why. So far as I know the night sky is the only image which can be immediately interpreted as being all background without the need of foreground or middle ground as relational perspective. Why is that?