04 June 2018 ~ 0 Comments

Monsieur Poulet’s Chaos 4

Chaos 4 by Yann Bagot is the fourth entry in the artist’s series of rock drawings. The thing that stands out to me about this one is the sense of strength it conveys. The arc formed by these rocks feels possible, like it could have been worn over time by the tides or have been placed in formation by a patient balancer. By including the very dark rock at the bottom, the rocks are given the illusion of width, as though these massive stones have a thickness we can’t see from this angle that casts a strong shadow on the objects below. Rock textures have been a major asset of this series, and for the most part that is true of this piece as well (the light rock on the right is especially nice). That said, I think some of the texture falls apart on the leftmost rock- there’s lengthening of the shape at the bottom left that starts to look more like photoshop manipulation than a real stone roughness.

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