Bishop's choice of a villanelle, a traditional form of repetition that promises to make "art" out of "losing," seems to support the opening assertion, but the negatives cast doubt on the project at the outset:
I have been experimenting with some site diagrams of the existing conditions of Long Wharf in Boston. I am mostly interested in introducing texture and depth to diagrams that are typically presented in a more simplified manner using solid colors and no gradients.
However, I want to go to the other extreme and see what kind of diagrams can be generated using lots of texture and shading. Above is a composite image of several different diagrams layered together. Below are the individual diagrams. The goal was to give a slightly different graphical look to each diagram but have the whole series feel as if it came from the same family.
These were all generated from one Photoshop file, but with different color overlays and levels of saturation applied to each.
I like to overlay the aerial image to bring in more information, detail, and texture. In this case, I desaturated the aerial image and will bring in the color later.
A clay model rendering using Kerkythea. With the base image setup, I then began applying color on top of the base image to punch up certain aspects of the illustration such as buildings, roads, and water.
Each color overlay is on its own layer such as the roads on one layer, buildings on another, etc so that I can individually control the color and opacity. This is where having the layers separated out worked to my advantage. For example, I chose the layer that contained the blue color overlay for all of the buildings.
This placed a black outline around that layer and therefore around each building. I also applied a stroke to the edge of the water, docks, and boats to help define those elements as well. You may also notice that I added a diagonal line hatch to the water and buildings.
This was a texture I found online and applied as an layer overlay."One Art" is Bishop's one example of a villanelle, a form she admired and tried to work with for years.
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The opening stanza of Elizabeth Bishops’“One Art”reveals the clear statement of the poem; the struggle with mastering the issue of loss. Bishop uses the significance of structure and word choice to further the meaning of the poem. She crescendos each stanza to create a firm foundation for the.
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In “One Art,” Bishop, who was always interested in using formal techniques, uses the villanelle to give form to her thoughts on loss. The form requires that the first and third lines of the.
"One Art" works on two levels; on the first, we can take the meaning of the title from the first line, and assume that the "art of losing" () is the only art here.