Art Essays

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  • The Art Of Art

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    If I said I was against art, I would be telling a fib to humanity and myself. I am not against art as an audience because art is all around us in different shapes and form. Art is in my house when I wake up the angles of the room the curtains at the windows. Checking the time on my watch is art and even the structure of my toothbrush is art. Why is this an art and how is it an art you ask? Well before it was created into existence it was first thought of, then someone had to draw it on paper and

  • The Art Of Art And Art : Baasquiat's Art

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    throughout the Lower East Side of Manhattan. The SAMO days begin to build a name for Basquiat and, along with his ingenious and suave personality, he slowly integrates in the art scene of New York. Basquiat’s capacity to distill his perception of the outside world down to their essence, and project them outward through his art is what defined his unique style. He was capable of digesting complex social issues such as racial injustice or religion and unlock a more basic truth through his simple, thought

  • Art And Art

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    Art is a way for not only everyday people but also artists to show their feelings and their passions. People can be affected in many, and different ways, through art. Even though art can be interpreted in different ways it can still have valuable meanings to almost everyone in their own special ways. Throughout time art has followed the people closely. It has fed on, and even publicized the state in which society was in. This is not saying that art can’t differ from the theme of society, but more

  • The Art Of Art

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    Throughout history, art has changed and transformed dramatically as empires have fallen and new civilizations have formed. There have been many different forms of art and extremely different tastes of art based on which civilization you decide to focus on. According to this opinion, out of all the different types of art, “the highest form of art is realism.” The writer then claims how many civilizations have undergone intellectual and creative declines when creating unrealistic art. This, of course

  • Art And Art

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    “What is Art?” Art is the aesthetic experiences we encounter when we are exposed to new responses of sight, hearing, taste, touch and smell (McGraw 2013). According to McGraw “no society has lived without some form of art in human history.” (2013) We have the ability to create images that have evolved and find a new relationship with each one. Art is composed of meaningfulness in every aspect, from the artist perspective. The symbolism of art changes from era to era. Art is created by individuals

  • Art And Art

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    There are numerous ways in which art “moves” human beings. For centuries, the effect of art has been theorized and questioned. Through my colloquium, I hope to grapple with the ways in which art, made within and for a specific moment and culture, is able to live beyond its historical discourse and still express a profound, multivalent sense of meaning. Looking at philosophical, religious, sociological, and political texts from ancient time to the present, I will investigate the pressing question

  • Art And Art : The Importance Of Art

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    Therefore, it is essential to learn and utilize art because it allows a person to understand and see the world in many perspectives, as well as it cooperates in the process of understanding human development, especially scientifically wise. It is crucial to learn about art because art is a form of human expression. Art portrays people’s ideas and feeling such as triumph, happiness, love, sadness, sorrow and even boredom. In an academic perspective, art allows students to learn about themselves, their

  • Social Responsibility Of Art In Art, Art And Art

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    Art has been around for thousands of years. It is a way of expressing oneself and making a personal connection to the world around us. Art is much more than a brush stroking against a canvas—it is a part of our imagination come to life in the form a film, drawing, music, and literature. Because of how much art can impact society, we must have a social responsibility as a community to enforce the learning and practice of the arts. Art can be used as a way of reaching out to preach about racial prejudices

  • Art : The World Of Art

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    The world of art is a bridge, a bubble that connects and interacts with many aspects of the world and the lives of others very effectively. Arts reach into the eyes, the heart, and the soul of a human and bring out a multitude of thoughts, emotions, ideas, analysis, desires, and this list of what art is capable of doing goes on. It is important to recognize that art cannot be null and void from the aspects of anyone’s life, and exclusion of art is simply not an option, it would be one of the most

  • The Importance Of Art In Art

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    the rather limited amount of years I’ve been on this Earth, I have found myself drawn to the world of creativity. I kept it in my pocket constantly, always knowing that I’d need creative insight in this world to solve difficult problems. I always had art as an outlet for many things, and soon I became addicted to colors, shades, and designs. It’s very important to me, and I hope to go further with it. To me, it is vexing when others hold an obvious distaste for trying anything new or creative. I don’t