Silk chiffon, silk shantung, and stretch satin dress with cut out sleeve      Cut and sewn by Amy Godsey
       
     
 The optimistic and non-representational relief construction philosophy is called Constructivism.  Followers of this idea did not believe in abstract ideas and tried to link art with concrete and tangible ideas.  It was a trend among the fields of painting, sculpture, machine production, and architecture during the 20th century. This garment was inspired by a Russian, constructivism painter named Liubov Popova.  Highly interested in futurism, she developed her own variant of non-objective art based on a dynamic combination of principles of icon painting (flatness, linearity) and avant-garde ideas.  “Representation of reality cannot be the subject of painting without artistic deformation and transformation.” From the painting I focused on the overlapping lines and geometric shapes used to create an illusionistic depth of space. 
       
     
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  Silk chiffon, silk shantung, and stretch satin dress with cut out sleeve      Cut and sewn by Amy Godsey
       
     

Silk chiffon, silk shantung, and stretch satin dress with cut out sleeve

Cut and sewn by Amy Godsey

 The optimistic and non-representational relief construction philosophy is called Constructivism.  Followers of this idea did not believe in abstract ideas and tried to link art with concrete and tangible ideas.  It was a trend among the fields of painting, sculpture, machine production, and architecture during the 20th century. This garment was inspired by a Russian, constructivism painter named Liubov Popova.  Highly interested in futurism, she developed her own variant of non-objective art based on a dynamic combination of principles of icon painting (flatness, linearity) and avant-garde ideas.  “Representation of reality cannot be the subject of painting without artistic deformation and transformation.” From the painting I focused on the overlapping lines and geometric shapes used to create an illusionistic depth of space. 
       
     

The optimistic and non-representational relief construction philosophy is called Constructivism.  Followers of this idea did not believe in abstract ideas and tried to link art with concrete and tangible ideas.  It was a trend among the fields of painting, sculpture, machine production, and architecture during the 20th century.
This garment was inspired by a Russian, constructivism painter named Liubov Popova.  Highly interested in futurism, she developed her own variant of non-objective art based on a dynamic combination of principles of icon painting (flatness, linearity) and avant-garde ideas.  “Representation of reality cannot be the subject of painting without artistic deformation and transformation.”
From the painting I focused on the overlapping lines and geometric shapes used to create an illusionistic depth of space. 

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