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 This painting doesn't show too much nonconformity. We can see nearly every line and every dot clearly, as if we can visualize how Pollock created this painting. Just like Pollock said, he wanted to give his painting life. Those lines are "shaking" in the picture. Also, the strong contrast of the color makes every dot and line clearer. From the curvature of lines, it can be told that Pollock painted this picture from all directions. Different dimensions make this picture more interesting. The reason why Pollock prefers to use sticks and brushes is they are easy to splash the paint onto canvas.

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