For many artists their primary goal is in exploring both the visual and emotional qualities of art. The Frames and The Conceptual Framework are both ways of exploring both the visual and emotional qualities of art. The Frames are applied to the process of judging, investigating, explaining, understanding, indentifying and expressing ideas on artworks. The Conceptual Framework refers to the agencies of the art world.
In this essay, the analysis the of artists and their artworks will consist of using the four individual categories of The Frames; the subjective frame, how the viewer personally reacts to the artwork and refers to the psychological experience of thought, emotion, mood and imagination; the structural frame, how the artwork uses a visual language to communicate virtual properties and refers to ideas, themes, concepts and codes; the cultural frame, how artwork defines and builds on the values and beliefs of society ethnicity and origin and refers to identity and origin; the post modern frame, how does the artwork challenge the mainstreams of history and refers to irony (meaning opposite to intention) and paradox (ridicules/makes fun of).
The Conceptual Framework refers to a more broad examination of the artwork citing four categories under which there are questions to be asked of the artist and their art. These are World, Artwork (analysis, interpretation and evaluation), Artist (the artists role) and audience (the audiences criticism).
Four renowned artists who have explored both the visual and emotional qualities of their art have been Pablo Picasso, Jackson Pollock, Claude Money and Piet Mondrian. In this essay The Frames and The Conceptual Framework will be used to gain a greater insight into their art and explore how the thesis statement is relevant to each of them.
Pablo Picasso (25 October 1881 – 8 April 1973) was a Spanish painter, draughtsman, and sculptor. He is best