Applying Visual Elicitation to Enhance Painting Expression

Mingzhe Han, Pibool Waijittragum


Based on the theoretical foundation and practical methods of visual induction, this article explores the application of visual induction in painting creation, as well as its impact and effects on the expressive power of artworks. By employing theories such as Gestalt psychology and visual perception, the causes and general principles of visual induction are analyzed. The article thoroughly discusses the application methods and practical functions of visual induction from multiple perspectives. The study utilizes research methods like questionnaire surveys, data analysis, and comparative analysis of works by renowned artists and individual creators. It delves into the implementation of visual induction in painting, its influence on the psychological state of the artists, the interaction between the audience and the artists, as well as the impact of visual induction artworks on the audience. By symbolizing the basic elements of visual induction through research, the article aims to apply visual induction in painting, thereby enhancing the expressive power of artworks. The research findings reveal that visual induction provides artists with a new way of thinking and creative methods, enabling them to express their ideas, emotions, and aesthetic consciousness more clearly. It offers artists various angles to showcase their individuality and unique artistic style, ultimately helping them explore new painting styles and techniques.

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