Geometric Portraits

One method of adding visual interest to a portrait is through the use of geometric form. The first portrait was made from a photograph of an anonymous man and his dog, made entirely with triangles. The second, a self-portrait of myself, was made using rectangles along an angled plane as part of a study in portraying a mood of 'weakness' through form. The third portrait, also a self-portrait, returns to the triangular form and focuses on the realistic interpetation of abstracted forms.