|Author||:||Vincent Keers mailto:%email@example.com|
|Date||:||12-29-2000 on 08:22 a.m.|
The perspective subject I'm dealing with, doesn't seem to bother a lot of people. I do agree my findings aren't world shocking events. But I do see a lot of copies of old rugs around. Why buy an old (expensive) rug if the copy is o.k.? It bothers me the copies aren't o.k. They seem to lack elongation and therefor perspective and more disturbing, the copies aren't elongated but compressed. So the perspective is lost and we're looking at rugs upside down.
I made this simple black and white drawing. I prefer the rug at the
To conclude this, I think this mosaic floor from 450 A.C. makes a nice
puzzle. (I gave the three designs a different color, in order to find the
way the design was created). A weaver working with stone and very
I hope 2001 will bring about peace, good health and happiness for all.