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  • Further Reading | Mr Daniel M. Fisher

    Library of Links A resource of websites dedicated to the education and enlightenment of the general UK public 01 engage.org This is your Project description. Provide a brief summary to help visitors understand the context and background of your work. Click on "Edit Text" or double click on the text box to start. 02 search.worl dcat.org This is your Project description. Provide a brief summary to help visitors understand the context and background of your work. Click on "Edit Text" or double click on the text box to start. 03 www.ons.gov.uk This is your Project description. Provide a brief summary to help visitors understand the context and background of your work. Click on "Edit Text" or double click on the text box to start. 04 www.legislation.gov.uk This is your Project description. Provide a brief summary to help visitors understand the context and background of your work. Click on "Edit Text" or double click on the text box to start. 05 www.nls.uk This is your Project description. Provide a brief summary to help visitors understand the context and background of your work. Click on "Edit Text" or double click on the text box to start. 06 www.bl.uk This is your Project description. Provide a brief summary to help visitors understand the context and background of your work. Click on "Edit Text" or double click on the text box to start. 07 www.creativescotland.com This is your Project description. Provide a brief summary to help visitors understand the context and background of your work. Click on "Edit Text" or double click on the text box to start. 08 www.businesscompanion.info This is your Project description. Provide a brief summary to help visitors understand the context and background of your work. Click on "Edit Text" or double click on the text box to start. 09 www.citizensadvice.org.uk This is your Project description. Provide a brief summary to help visitors understand the context and background of your work. Click on "Edit Text" or double click on the text box to start. 10 www.acas.org.uk This is your Project description. Provide a brief summary to help visitors understand the context and background of your work. Click on "Edit Text" or double click on the text box to start. 11 books.google.co.uk This is your Project description. Provide a brief summary to help visitors understand the context and background of your work. Click on "Edit Text" or double click on the text box to start. 12 www5.open.ac.uk/library This is your Project description. Provide a brief summary to help visitors understand the context and background of your work. Click on "Edit Text" or double click on the text box to start. 13 www.gov.uk/government/organisations/disclosure-and-barring-service This is your Project description. Provide a brief summary to help visitors understand the context and background of your work. Click on "Edit Text" or double click on the text box to start. 14 www.mygov.scot/browse/working-jobs/finding-a-job/disclosure This is your Project description. Provide a brief summary to help visitors understand the context and background of your work. Click on "Edit Text" or double click on the text box to start. 15 https://wordpress.com This is your Project description. Provide a brief summary to help visitors understand the context and background of your work. Click on "Edit Text" or double click on the text box to start. 16 www.blogger.com This is your Project description. Provide a brief summary to help visitors understand the context and background of your work. Click on "Edit Text" or double click on the text box to start. 17 https://issuu.com This is your Project description. Provide a brief summary to help visitors understand the context and background of your work. Click on "Edit Text" or double click on the text box to start. 18 https://www.tsscot.co.uk This is your Project description. Provide a brief summary to help visitors understand the context and background of your work. Click on "Edit Text" or double click on the text box to start. 19 www.nationaltradingstandards.uk This is your Project description. Provide a brief summary to help visitors understand the context and background of your work. Click on "Edit Text" or double click on the text box to start. 20 www.tradingstandards.uk This is your Project description. Provide a brief summary to help visitors understand the context and background of your work. Click on "Edit Text" or double click on the text box to start.

  • Artist | All Seasons Art Studio, Fine Art

    Welcome, To my inspiration of the moment. My choice since the age of Seventeen to fully nurture my creative side has made me very inquisitive about life. As I project my feelings onto canvas I gain peace in the portrayal of nature by taking visual inspiration and turning it into presentation. I feel inspired by the here and now to find new avenues everywhere to expand into and express that rich variety of the world that adds depth and colour to life. In art, I see many people as a part of and at one with the world in many ways, a power of art that is often expressed. When I wonder what the lure of art is for me I begin to ponder on what prompts others to paint the way they do, and furnished with many reasons to muse I begin to open my mind to greater possibilities that live normally out of reach but within the realm of imagination. I can honestly say that my work has blossomed because of my view of humanity, as I try to impart to the viewer my joy and satisfaction with the world. Express Yourself!

  • Painting Techniques | Mr Daniel M. Fisher

    The size of the support depends on the scale of the objects to be placed within it, hence the scale and format of a canvas is the first determinant of the mood you want to create in a painting. ​ Abstract Pattern: The collection of shapes on the canvas. ​ Gridding: Can be used on the reference material to compare the scale of the scene and objects therein to the scale of your canvas and objects therein. ​ Life-Size: A work of art must be the same size as the object to be called “Life-Sized”. The Seven Design Ideas: Unity, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Harmony, Balance, Gradation. The Seven Design Marks: Line, Shape, Tone, Colour, Texture, Size, Direction. Extrusions and Expressions: Diagrams based on volume, either by adding or subtracting volumes to create a new volume. Capriccio: Montage that has been assembled as a digestible fantasy. A Sketch Copy is very generally matching the colours, tones, and forms of the original, which is used as an exercise in skill and for reference. Where as an Exact Copy is following the exact process and methods of the original. The Gesture or flow of the form through the composition otherwise known as the inner curve, this can either be “active” which is bundled up and contracted, or “passive” which is stretched out, usually both exist at the same time on the one form. A Packed Form is the hierarchical stacking of smaller forms upon larger forms. ​ Blending: Lost and Found Edges running a brush along the edge perpendicular to the interchange, where as Hard and Soft edges are running a brush at right angles directly over the interchange, and Feathery edges are circular motions along the interchange. The Treatment is how “Resolved” a painting is, depends on how much of a finish or otherwise you would like the artwork to have. ​ Staccato: Short and diagonal. Slashing: Long and diagonal. Stippled: wet-on-wet blobs. Sgraffito: Scratching into wet paint. Gestural: Bold mark-making done in broad strokes with a large brush. Grisaille: Under-Painting is a black, white, and grey initial block in of the composition to establish volume, placement, and values. Velatura: A Translucent wash used to tone the canvas first before painting. Imprimatura: A lean, transparent, and neutral under painting. Wash: A thin, lean, and transparent layer of colour. Glaze: A thick, fat, and transparent layer of colour. Scumble: A rough, vigorous, and more directly applied opaque colour. Inside Drawing is the tonal progression on the inside of the form, which is dictated by the Local Tone, Distance from the light source, strength of the light source and whether the surface is glossy/satin/matt. In which there is frontal light, three quarter light, half-light, and rim light. Sciagraphy: The study of shadows. Chiaroscuro: Heavy use of shadows. Penumbra: A lighter halo effect at the edges of shadows. Atmospheric Light: An all-encompassing secondary light from the sky. Direct Light: One single concentrated light source. Halation: Light burning out details then shimmering or reflecting onto other objects. Reflected Light: Light that strikes one object and then reflects onto another. Highlight: Is the brightest portion of the object that usually is facing the light directly. Light Plane: The side of the object facing the light. Middle-Tone: The slightly oblique side neither in light nor shadow. Shadow Plane: The side of the object facing away from the light. Shadow: A dark shape caused by a lack of light entering that area.

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  • Danny Fisher | 27th January

    "Bound by Uniqueness" A safe place to find out about the many cultures that exist within modern life, and discover who and what you think you are. In this sense art is essentially a tool for meditation by reflecting back to us our true desire for balance and harmony, hence the name ®All Seasons Art Studio." #artist #fineart #painter #studiospace

  • Danny Fisher | 15th January

    ® All Seasons Art Studio, Why care about an ethos? To express your own way of being an autonomous individual - and - still function within a collective. Without the need for hierarchies or especially environmental influences, our progress as a species wouldn't burgeon..........and we would be extinct by now. To me, this is knowing and understanding beyond mere intelligence and IQ, and living with the human condition. A condition we are ALL subject too. © Danny Fisher, 2024 hashtag#artist, hashtag#fineart, hashtag#painter, hashtag#studiospace,

  • Danny Fisher | 15th January

    ® All Seasons Art Studio, What is a person's nature? A person's mind can be somewhere in-between highly receptive or not, and usually means that we begin our adult life by identifying with our culture. Thus, if all things function adequately in life, we personally choose who and what defines us, as our focus broadens and deepens. However, as we get older our intelligence crystallises and we begin to practice consciousness in it's less tangible aspects. As such, we are all a product of the way we learn, adapt, and grow to our influences, and manage an increasing awareness of ourselves as we age. So, you come to know yourself as part of understanding your true nature. © Danny Fisher, 2024 hashtag#artist hashtag#fineart hashtag#painter hashtag#studiospace

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