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    The artist uses color to depict contrast . Firstly , the differences used for the colors of the art in this painting are firmly obvious , the only area was colored is the central women . The women that surrounding with the central women is both dark , as well as the background of the art . Thus , the contrast to with the dark sides and the colorful side , which reveals the importance of the colorful side that the central women . The artist uses lines to show the emphasis . From the whole painting

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    Art Analysis

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    Art is how you express yourself, and everyone does it in their own way, in their own style. I chose to write about the two following art works because I believe they have so many similarities but are done in completely different ways. For this comparison and contrast assignment the two works of art I chose to write about are called; End “Mixed Media” by: Terry Peterson,shown in the art building at Shasta College, and Forlakeph “Mixed Media in a Glass Jar” by: Gioia Fonda, also shown in the art building

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    This was an art analysis paper that I composed for my AP World History class in my 11th grade year. For this assignment, we were asked to review an artistic, three dimensional piece that we would ultimately develop an analysis paper for. We were given the whole day at the art museum to pick our piece(s) as well as write all of the information we could about it. In this case, I chose to do my analysis paper on a set of Buddhist ornaments used to decorate the famed Buddha in ancient religion. Our goal

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    Student's Education "In Analysis: Arts In Education" Are the arts important in education? For some people the answer would be yes and for others it would be no. When I say arts I am referring to art, dance, drama, and music. Some people say that the arts are important and necessary, while others say that it is important not necessary. Individuals say that important is the same as necessary, but they aren't the same. Important is of great significance or value, likely to have a profound effect

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    Gallery Of Art Analysis

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    ”-Christopher John Francis Boone Surfacing this seasons current exhibit by Kristen Cochran and Josephine Durkin at H.F. Johnson Gallery of Art. Throughout this exhibit the viewer might “look” and “glance” not really paying to much mind to the pieces that surrounded them. Curator Christopher Willey said that we should use the word “experience” instead of “look” when referring to art pieces. Because, we are doing far more with our bodies than simply looking. This is an important lesson, because when you do “experience”

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    Escher's Art Analysis

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    Continuing with my self promotion pieces to get PalbergWERX Design + Photography noticed in this over stimulated communications age, I began work on my second famous artistic image in history. You can read Part 1 in this series HERE. [Click and drag to move] This time I choose M.C. Escher's work 'Humanity'. Again, there have been numerous imitations and this ribbon type illustration is well known to the general public. This is a much more challenging project as the illustration is very precise

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    Art And Soul Analysis

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    I am Alicia Miller, entrepreneur, and owner of the business "Art and Soul." "Art and Soul" is an art studio and supply shop for all types of artists. I came up with the idea for the store from my love of art and my idea of becoming a psychologist. The business now has developed into a different idea from my first vision of it. The first idea was an art studio, to sell works of art. Then art therapy- you could guess how quickly that was shot down. At last, I came up with the final design of a teaching

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    Giambologn Art Analysis

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    Our first piece of art, on the left, is titled Rape of a Sabine by Giambologna in 1583. This is a three-dimensional sculpture that has many curves and points of view. You can circle around this sculpture and find aspects of it you couldn’t visualize at one point. The faces of the sculptured men and woman have a look of despair, sorrow, and misery that create for a very dramatic piece. Rape of the Sabine tells a story of roman men seizing Sabine women to marry them in order for the city of Rome to

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    Maclaren Art Analysis

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    MacLaren exhibition center in Barrie Ontario, I was very surprised to be surrounded unusual art that have been all created by Canadian artists. Their was a wooden granary on the floor resembling world war 2 and and some unique maps that were written in words. Many of their painting and sculptures resembled to the history of Canada going back towards the first nations and both world wars. The MacLaren Art Centre has been made to honour Maurice MacLaren, a famous artist who bequest Throughout looking

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    is vibrating and the ups and downs of the laughter is painted with brush. Anti –shock rigid vest which is glossier represents the high energy period of time during twenties. Lively brushwork on copper makes the artwork wonderfully luminous. 2. Analysis of Form: Thinner brush is used for sketching curve lines blending together which resonance with not stable emotional state during early adulthood. The focal point is his lips as they are painted in a warmer color. In addition to lips, the forehead

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