The objective of this project was to learn the difference between Organic and Geometric shapes.
Geometric shapes such as circles, squares, or triangles have uniform measurements and
don't often appear in nature.
Organic shapes are shapes that have a curving and flowing appearance.
We looked at Joan Miro's painting The Harlequin's Carnival where organic and geometric shapes are in abundance.
Joan Miro, The Harlequin's Carnival. 1924-1925
Students cut strips of paper in order to create both organic and geometric shapes.
To complete our composition we folded two pieces of black paper, demonstrating a 3-D organic and geometric shape.