Today’s critique with Deanna Schwartzberg, who teaches abstract painting at The Art League School, offered a small group of artists constructive criticism on a variety of their works.
Deanna and the group set up a semicircle in the gallery. She offered ideas on composition, color, and other perspectives. The other artists present were asked for their thoughts on questions such as: do the relationships of form, color, and line create a composition that holds together? Does the work have its own voice, style, or vision? Does it show competency of materials and technique?