In the novel, The Help by Kathryn Stockett, Aibileen and Constantine go through similar issues dealing with their personally families while being significantly different from each other.
The work is organized very well, the men and women are evenly distributed. The color to me is soft and light, it is made up of lights and darks that go well and transition together very well with no vibrant colors. The lines are smooth in some place and fuzzy in others. If you look at the women holding the dog on the table you can see how the lines are smudged away to create a fuzzy looking appearance. The shapes are natural there are no shapes that are not meant to be in the painting. The format overall is 3D, the artist makes the people look real by making the smudge go away from the person. The artist also used all the space in the painting the only space not used is in the back ground but the artist fills that with boats and the water in the distance. The author made the painting look scratchy but smooth by the smudges which gives the painting texture. The author uses unity in the painting there is nothing that is out of place everything looks the way it would if this event was happening now. There is an equal amount of balance in the painting nothing is too big or small and the items are proportioned throughout the image. The contrast in the painting is just right the men and women are wearing the opposite contrast but because they are evenly placed it balances out the painting. The first item I see when I look at the painting is table filled with wine
Moreover, they are based on seeing positive and negative shapes and noting shape, proportion, angles, direction and sub-shapes (Dinham, 2015, p. 2). Any object can be used in an observational drawing, likewise anything that is of interest to the artist or the audience. A viewfinder, such as a piece of square cardboard with a postage stamp sized cut out may be used to help isolate sections of the object, thus aiding students’ “…understanding of spatial relationships” (Dinham, 2014, p. 374). An observational drawing demonstrates the process required to carefully view and draw an object. It highlights the importance of paying particular attention to recognise the leaves lines, shape, and edges and the need to take the time to draw meticulously. Observational drawings have a positive impact in the classroom because they allow students to explore the visual world using their senses, such as their sight, to express ideas and make meaning of these processes (Dinham, 2015, p. 1). Therefore, it is recommended that the processes of observational drawing should become a regular arts practice in the classroom and must be incorporated in the curriculum several times a
I believe my ladybug relief sculpture was a success because i used the Elements and Principles of design. For my relief sculpture i made the ladybug the focal point. I used shape, line, texture and colour. For shape i put small circles on the ladybug. For line i carved thick lines on the leaf to make it look more realistic. For texture it was a little rough because of the small circles i carved on the ladybug. For colour i used the red for the ladybug and two different shades of green for the leaf. These are the reasons why i think my relief sculpture was a success.
Art is an incredible medium when used to its fullest potential. What I mean by that is; it has the capabilities to surround the viewer with its imagery and play with the emotions. Paintings are particulary effective in doing this through the use of color tones and ‘temperature’. For example; El Greco used a lot of blue and green throughout his body of work. The outcome is that the subject matter comes off as ghostly and perhaps a little alien. This is in high contrast to Georgia O’Keeffe’s desert paintings, which utilise reds, yellows, and browns to create a ‘warm’ and appealing landscape.
D. Portability: Even if the residents move to a different province or territory, they are still entitled to coverage from their home province during a minimum waiting period.
Culture is defined by a construction of one's world-view, and it is transmitted by individuals and collectives through socialization and enculturation (Pederson & Ivey, 13). It contains values, beliefs, language, and perception. In studying cultural differences among members of distinct national, ethnic groups researcher have examined the concept of collectivism and individualism. People form individualistic cultures tend to view themselves as unique entities and independent form one another (Coon & Kemmelmeier, 348)
The picture I drew represents the scene in Part III of 1984 where O’Brien is torturing Winston and trying to get Winston to see and believe he sees five fingers instead of four. For Winston’s appearance, I decided to have his eyes droop and also emphasize on his wrinkles, so the exhaustion of the constant torture is conveyed on his face. Additionally, the letters ‘BB’ (Big Brother) and the number five are shown in his eyes because he finally believes he sees five fingers instead of the four O’Brien is holding up. The letters, ‘BB’, are drawn in his eye to signify that Winston is finally capable of serving Big Brother the way the party deems fit since all his individual thoughts are starting to decay. Furthermore, the letters ‘BB’ are also
To begin with, before studying this English module, my skills in presenting information in chart format was insufficient. In this visual literacy assignment, students were evaluated on their ability to interpret illustrations as well as various kinds of data and the presentation thereof in a meaning full way. Compared with the first assignment, I scored the highest mark for this one. However, the course material gave me the much-needed background information on creating a meaningful analysis of vast sets of data. For example, the type of data presented in a pie chart will be different from the data presented in a bar or line chart. This was incredibly beneficial information and provided me a new perspective on the creating of charts. Consequently,
On the head are a couple of simple loops, that I believe indicate hair, and below lies a simplistic contour of a face which includes simple eye, nose, and mouth outlines. The neck of the sculpture consists of one singular wire, that stretches out in both directions, giving the appearance of shoulders, and this is achieved with a singular black wire as well, which bends backward at the top and extends down into hands, which seemingly are rested on each side. The wire that stretches over to unite the shoulders then continues down and takes the form of breasts, doing this with the wires dividing into two equal spires, that circle outward. In between the breasts, an individual curved wire extends below the hands, showing a midsection, and just below the hands the midsection wire takes a deep loop and spreads off into two, which embody the legs. The legs of this sculpture curve, then take a sharp inward arch, as if to show a knee or calf, and at the end of these two legs lay feet that point
Advertising is a form of communication used to encourage or persuade an audience to continue or take some new action. But when advertisers produce an ad, they have many different variables that come into play if they want to successfully persuade consumers. The first most important step they have to figure out is, what type of audience they are trying to target. They then create images and intend to appeal specifically to the values, hopes, and desires of that particular audience. This is why someone would rather pick the well-known Malboro cowboy ads over the new female cigarettes of Virginia Slims. Each of these ads targets a specific audience;
We chose this project; because we all love making origami and now we will know everything in it. Origami means the art of paper folding. It’s connected to the mathematics called geometry. When we fold origami we also create lots of surfaces. For instance, by folding a square piece of paper in half diagonally or from one tip to the opposite tip, we create two surfaces in the shape of triangles. Mathematicians’ related origami to a theorem called the Kawasaki theorem. The Kawasaki theorem states that if we add up the angle measurements of every angle around a point, the sum will be 180. It is a theorem giving a decision for an origami construction to be flat. Kawasaki theorem also states that a given crease pattern
The second sculpture I want to talk about today is “Campus Talk” by Dennis Smith. This is another permanent sculpture on Western Michigan University and is one that everyone usually sees when they are heading to the library. This sculpture is my third favorite one on campus at this point in time. The sculpture has two students talking to another student on a bike. Dennis Smith also did a superb job using the elements of art throughout this sculpture. When observing the sculpture, the first thing you notice is the contour lines in the sculpture such as the book cover, fingers, and the straps on the backpack. These lines help define the outside edges of the sculpture. The next element of art that one can see in this sculpture is shape. The wheel on the bike is a geometric shape because it is a circle. This a great example of this element and one that anyone who views it can find. The third element present in this sculpture is value. In the sculpture, there is a bit of a grey scale although the sculpture is mostly light green now due to the weather. The fourth element present in this sculpture is the texture. The sculpture has a simulated texture which means that it