这两件作品在视觉元素的基础上都有着巨大的差异，因为作品的方方面面、设计、效果、图案、色彩和肌理都传达着两种不同的场景设置和思维框架。这幅由Chris Hanson和Hendrika Sossenberg创作的作品，被称为《事物的现状》，是关于醉酒后的一种特殊情况。普通人可以直接将场景与他们的生活联系起来，并以一种诙谐有趣的方式表现出来。而桑德勒的第二件花边雕塑则体现了艺术形式的辉煌与灵巧。
The Halifax’s public art and design programme consists of various contemporary artworks and sculptures within it, which is present in Nova Scotia. This paper is based on the argument of how two different artworks convey various messages through their visual elements. The comparison of two paintings from the Halifax public art is the main concern here.
The arching forms of this artwork greet the viewers and attract them towards it to stand under for several minutes to glimpse the colours, patterns, designs, textures and delicate workmanship of the artist. The viewers also explore the other sitting form of artwork of this masterpiece while having a seat on it called “The lace-like benches”.
Both the artworks have huge difference on the grounds of visual elements as numerous facets, designs, effects, patterns, colours and textures convey two different settings of scenarios and frames of mind. The artwork by Chris Hanson and Hendrika Sossenberg, known as The Way Things Are is about a particular situation after intoxication effect. Common people can directly relate the scenario with their lives which has been represented in a witty and amusing way. However, the second sculpture Lace Up by Sandler reflects dexterity and delicacy along with brilliant art form.
The different style of shoes and skate lace forms have been combined with diverse colours and together the entire sculpture illustrating the sense of freedom and free will among them. The second art “Lace Up” absolutely illustrates an epitome of sound engineering with the shape and structure along with the resting points of the structural model. Two different senses of mindsets get reflected from the two different situations derived by these settings.