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 definition of art is notoriously difficult and is a field of philosophical inquiry as such. The meaning of the word "art" are multiple, sediment and cross each other in the language. Missing uses of the word are present in expressions and help to make the subject more that difficult. However, according to my studies, art is an expression, a symbolic way to communicate. Its key is to make something subject or scientific, for instance: an object that went through certain modification would be consider an art. We have a different type of arts but I will only be focusing on this tree types: prehistoric art, art of the ancient near east and art of ancient Egypt.
Over the years, I have flirted with visual art. It started with pencil drawing, continued as an affair with marker illustration, then a dalliance with lettering, and I now have a relationship with photography. However, my favorite art will never be displayed in museums or galleries. It is not static and immutable. Rather, my chosen medium is fluid, living, volatile. No matter how well rehearsed, it will never be the same again. That’s the beauty of performance art.
My child 's name is Jude Alexander and he is a male. As a baby he is cautious around new people and situations, but warms up fairly quickly to friendly people. In kindergarten Jude Alexander seemed to have made one or two friends and usually played cooperatively and was sometimes reluctant to join in new activities with unfamiliar children. He performed below average on tests of vocabulary, and the ability to retell a story. He had a real knack for the art projects, and really got interested in the pre-math activities involving working with blocks and geometric shapes. In first through fifth grade he worked cooperatively in groups, usually respects the rights and property of others, and usually demonstrates appropriate peer social interaction. He demonstrates strength in art, all areas of reading, and in spelling and appropriate for the grade level in writing. He needs additional help in the areas of speaking and listening and in the content knowledge of social studies, science and music. He was average in mathematical problem solving, understanding of data, number concepts, graphical applications, and arithmetic computation. In the seventh grade, he consistently contributes to cooperative group activities and respects the rights and possessions of others, and shows age-appropriate social interaction with peers. He demonstrates strength in art, reading, spelling and writing. He was average in math and science, and needs additional
She is hard working and follows directions. I saw these behaviors in the way she interacted with her peers. She was kind to everyone around her yet reserved at times. Even though Emma struggled and was behind in school, she still worked very hard and did not give up because she was not at the level of her classmates. For example, when I worked with her on writing sentences from her word study, she kept using incorrect spelling and conventions. Even though I was correcting her, she did not get upset with herself and she kept trying until she got it right. Connor has an outgoing personality and made friends easily, but at times would get on his peer’s nerves. (why?) He seemed scattered brained and moved very fast at everything he did, and therefore he would make
The purpose of this essay is to fully employ all of the new observational skills that I have learned from the start of the semester to now. With that in mind, I was feeling very excited to use these new “abilities” as I was observing art. The San Diego Museum of Art was very interesting indeed, and I have never experienced art in such a way that is sort of hard to describe. The museum had paintings and galleries ranging from the Renaissance era all the way to the eighteenth century and even Impressionism and Post-Impressionism as well. However, my eyes instantly caught Henri Matisse’s painting, Bouquet, this painting had so many details, elements, and meanings as well as similar characteristics from past chapters that I have read this semester.
When I was little, one of my favorite things to draw was my house. I don’t know why I loved it so much, but I loved drawing my yard and how big my house was. Something about drawing my home was special to me. As I looked through the website, there were many well drawn and colored pictures but two stuck out the most to me. These two students that drew these pictures where asked to draw a picture of where they live. The pictures are similar in many ways as well as different in many ways.
Different fashions will come in and out of style but people want to be able to stand out in their own manner showing the world how they express themselves. A common form of self-expression is by getting a piercing or tattoo, something that can set a person apart from the majority. Body piercings and tattoos on women at one time were unacceptable and distasteful in the United States. However over time women having assorted types of body art has become more acceptable in society. Today young women at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, use piercings and tattoos as a form of self-expression that is vastly encouraged by peers and social media. Each woman has a different reason for why they personally want a piercing or a tattoo but are there some factors that have influenced the college community of women as a whole?
On Saturday May 19, 2018 at approximately 3:50 p.m. I observed a yellow Ford Escape traveling north on U.S. 19 approaching Grand Blvd bearing what appeared to be an expired tag of BFZW56 dating 06-2017. A check of FCIC / NCIC confirmed the tag was expired as of 06/22/17.
For my home visit, I was able to observe a boy who was almost 2 years old. His name was Liam, and he was born with what is called, upside down guts. He suffered from low blood sugar seizures as well at a very young age. Because of these seizures, he had a feeding tube in all day. His sensory skills are not at his age level because he never had to feel the texture of foods. He is currently doing much better but is very fussy. When I went with the service provider, a speech pathologist also came along. This was his day to be evaluated for his speech. The service providers did not bring any toys with them but used toys at the home. While I observed they wanted him to place a ball into a hole of his toy. The speech service provider would put the ball in his hands, take the ball away, give him a paper that had a picture of a ball and the word on its.
Jayden King Jr. is a seven-year-old boy who is currently in a District 75 program. Jayden Jr. is classified as emotionally disturbed since 2014 and is currently placed in an 8-1-1 second-grade class. Jayden Jr. has a one to one crisis paraprofessional to ensure the safety of the student’s and himself. The crisis paraprofessional works closely with the student to provide assistance with assignments, staying on task and transitioning throughout the building.
On Wednesday 06/21/17 at 1437 hours I heard Auburn Animal Control G. Winner state via the radio he located a vehicle with a stolen license plate on it at White River Estates located at 4248 A ST SE in the City of Auburn, King Co, WA. Officer Winner provided a license plate WA/AIB4783 and dispatch advised it returned stolen out of Issaquah Police Department.
I am currently on our school-wide data team that uses data to find trends within our school population. One trend that became readily apparent to our team this year was that our move-in students were underperforming and that there were large gaps in their data due to the late entry into our building. Therefore, I wanted to delve deeper into this idea of mobility and how it impacts test results. I specifically wanted to look at this across the three middle schools in my district, Gahanna Jefferson Public Schools, because the three districts differ in student populations. I was not surprised by the results but rather reaffirmed in my thinking. I first wanted to see if certain schools would have higher mobility rates than others so I did a comparison of three years to see the percentage of students who were in the
The 10-minute observation occurred at the end of late lunch on Friday, August 14th. A group of freshmen boys was sitting in the amphitheater. All 5 boys were wearing similar outfits. This shows that one is often influenced by his or her friends/ surroundings. They seemed to be going for a cool-kid vibe. As freshmen, they most likely want to do anything they can to fit in. They were all wearing graphic tee shirts; khaki, fitted pants/ shorts; white Nike Elite socks; and white tennis shoes (either Vans or Nike). In addition, every boy had a black JanSport backpack, which is very popular among high school- aged kids.
During the first week of observation the cube had begun to weather and collapse. A rainstorm caused several branches to snap and fall. The new form consisted of three large branches leaning on each other and clinging to life. Scattered around the monolithic branches, reeds on the ground framed the structure of the sticks. Weather shaped the land art in a way that man could not. Natural elements created a unique and organic art piece. As the weeks went on I began to notice how the light affected the form of the lard art installation. The light revealed and hid certain aspects of the art. It showed curves in the morning and hide the same curves in the evening. The light exposed various amounts on texture through the course of the day. The texture