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Can a relief sculpture (three dimensional sculpture attached to a flat surface) use the elements of art FORM if its not free standing ?

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    Of course!

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    ok so even if its on a flat surface it has form

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    Sure, look closely at those beautiful Greek cameos ladies wear.

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    kk just making sure, thank you guys

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    You're welcome.
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