Notebook, 1993-



Organize, Compose, Mark Out, Form, Arrange, Intend, Prepare, Structure, Plan, Fashion, Decorate . . . . To Engineer . . . . Fit . . . . An Outline, Sketch, Layout, Construct, Format, Style, Synthesis, Motif, Pattern, Formula, Theory, Principle, Concept, Schema, Devise, Blueprint, Project, Function, Intention, Application, Coordination, Adaptation, End . . . . Application . . . . Professional, Theoretical, Personal, Social, Cultural, Traditional, Topical, Contemporary, Industrial orientations, etc.

Developments may proceed through personal appreciation of the arts and art works on a very general level . . . . or may proceed specific to a discipline [i.e., Oil Painting, Photography, Intaglio, etc.] or disciplines . . . . or may proceed with focus upon categories of visual arts experience [i.e., aims and objectives involved with visual elements and relationships] . . . . or may proceed specific to a Historic, Cultural, Practical, Theoretical, or Topical focus.




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R  E  F  E  R  E  N  C  E  S 
Design 1. to prepare the preliminary sketch or the plans for (a work to be executed), esp. to plan the form and structure of: to design a new bridge. 2. to plan and fashion artistically or skillfully. 3. to intend for a definite purpose: a scholarship designed for medical students. 4. to form or conceive in the mind; contrive; plan. 5. to assign in thought or intention; purpose. 6. Archaic. to mark out, as by a sign; indicate. -v.i. 7. to make drawings, preliminary sketches, or plans. 8. to plan and fashion the form and structure of an object, work of art, decorative scheme, etc., -n. 9. an outline, sketch, or plan, as of the form and structure of a work of art. 10. the organization or structure of formal elements in a work or art; composition. 11. the pattern or motif of an artistic work. 12. the art of designing. 13. a plan or project. 14. a plot or intrigue. 15. intention; purpose; end. [ME design(en) < L désign(½re) (to) mark out] -Syn. 4. devise, project. 9. drawing, blueprint. 13. See plan [PLAN, PROJECT, DESIGN, SCHEME imply a formulated method of doing something.... 15. intent, aim, object.

[Urdang, Laurence, ed. Random House Dictionary of The English Language. New York: Random House,1968.]



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