The artist that I decided to research was Lee S. Ivey. She was great at making sculptures. She did oil painting and drawings as well. Her paintings were amazing. However, I’m more fascinated with her sculptures because they’re so different and they tell a story.
The artwork is a complex mixture if colors, shapes, and tints. In the painting, there are eight figures. Seven that is to the center and left of the painting and one on the right. The seven persons on the left are all either touching each other or interlocked with someone. Of that seven, six are men and one is a female. There is a man in
given to the Getty Museum as a gift Michael and Jane Wilson Collection. This artwork
Presentation of 3 Artworks Introduction Art is created and enjoyed by various individuals across the world for different reasons. An Artwork expands and extends our shared visual language and helps in developing new ways of seeing familiar things (Tomaž 29-32). It also assists in interpreting events and new situations through different perspectives. The values and focus of artwork in the new world are finding their footing and taking completely new directions. In the new world, there are echoes of artistic movement and postmodern tradition that is mainly considering originality over a technicality when it comes to artwork (Sooful 2). Today, especially with improved technology, artists have designed new artistic skills that facilitate them to develop an artwork that is highly skillful and unique at the same time. The field of artistic has greatly expounded and has accommodated individuals with varying skills that have significantly improved the artwork (Sooful 5). Here are the top 3
This paper is a formal analysis of the Marble grave stele with a family group relief sculpture. It is a pentelic marble style relief standing at 171.1cm tall carved by a master. It is from the Late Classical period of Greek, Attic which was completed around ca.360 B.C. . I chose to analyze this piece as apposed to the others because I’m mainly attracted to art and sculptures from the Greek era. The overall color used in this relief is ivory with a few cracks and pieces broken off. There is some discoloration which causes the color to come off as slightly light brown for most of the relief. The sculpture appears larger compared to the other sculptures in the art room. It represents a family which includes a man, his wife, and their
The artwork is a realistic portrait of a women. It is abstracted with asymmetrical balance with exotic and vibrant colors. As if the women is sitting in the corner with two
Kehinde Wiley is a New York based artist whose paintings focus on the themes of empowering black men and combining classical and contemporary styles.
Impressionism and Art Interpretation The shift from Realism to Impressionism in the 19th century represented not only a change in form, but it also represented a shift in ideology. As one of our module videos notes, rather than focusing on accuracy and clarity, Impressionism emphasized “what the mind and the eye sees” and the “impression of light and color.” We will briefly discuss how the differences in the approaches of the Realists and the Impressionists had interesting implications for arts and how these ideologies can be applied to the ways in which believers and unbelievers interpret art.
In 1844 painted with watercolor, bodycolor and gum Arabic with graphite on paper, mounted to a board. The painting is non-objective and can have multiple interpretations
The young, innocent, promising lives of our past drive emotions through artistic expressions that can be displayed though many outsources. Upon our day to view the art gallery, I entered the gallery feeling apprehensive that I would view any piece of art that I found relatable or even one that
Katie Tran Paper #1 In Grandview Boulevard, completed in 1974 CE, the artist utilizes painterly brushstrokes. The shadows of the trees that are painted dark purple appear to have more painterly aspects than the rest of the composition. From far away, the painting seems smooth and sleek, but up close, the individual thick brushstrokes can be seen. The implied texture of the leaves in the painting is sturdy and prickly, and the texture of the yellowed grass appears to be dry and coarse, however, the actual texture of the painting itself is smooth. The artist also uses both curvilinear and geometric lines. In looking at the trees in the painting, they are composed of primarily geometric lines (excluding the leafy top) that run in a
The title of this art piece is called Marylin Diptych. The artist for this piece is Andy Warhol. He created this art piece of silkscreen print, in the year 1967, for Marilyn Monroe within three or four years since she had passed away. This piece was published through Factory Additions, a company he created so he can make and distribute his prints. The original piece is currently owned by Tate Modern. On the left side are twenty-five images are painted in color while on the right side it is just black and white.
artist is attempting to express. At first glance, Edward Hopper's painting “Nighthawks” may just appear to be a painting of a normal diner. However, it is only through careful analysis that it is possible to see that the painting actually excels in creating a feeling of darkness, while at the same time portraying the feelings of both desire and mystery in the viewer.
The two works of art that I have chosen to analyze are 1) Jordan Casteel. Miles and JoJo. 2014. Oil on canvas, 54” x 72” and 2) Aaron Fowler. He Was. 2015. Mixed media, 134” x 165” x 108”. The themes that these works of art represent in regards to the exhibit are love, family, and pain. However, they also fall into other thematic categories. The main theme that seems to apply to both “Miles and JoJo” and “He Was” is Human Experience. Additionally, these arts differ in some ways.
The Artist and the Art The history of art dates back to ancient times. Artwork can be, and was, found around the world. What makes art interesting is that it can be created in any way, shape or form with any materials. It seems that the artwork can also tell