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  • The Fifth Avenue Art Gallery

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    different artists and a beautiful collection of many different pieces. I selected the Fifth Avenue Art Gallery because I was curious to see how other people viewed Florida through their art. Two artists in particular caught my attention, Bill McCoy and Nancy Hamlin-Vogler. Bill McCoy is a traditional oil painter that creates paintings that reflect Florida’s lifestyle and nature. His paintings are semi-realistic and capture the beauty of Florida. Bill McCoy was the president of The Artists Guild of

  • The Prayer At Valley Forge Analysis

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    As Gala has no favorite style, she also can’t pick a favorite artist. Growing up, she said that her favorite artist was Arnold Friburg, a well known artist whose work is realistic and reminiscent of the Renaissance painters. Arguably his most famous painting is “The Prayer at Valley Forge,” depicting George Washington, kneeling by his horse. Friburg lived near where Gala grew up and she saw him as a local rockstar. Later, when Gala gained her own fame for “The Ten Virgins,” she sent Friburg an invitation

  • Analysis Of Kahlo, My Favorite Artist Of All Times

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    piece of art work because Frida Kahlo is one of my favorite artists of all times. Her art work always spoke to me in many ways. Through her paintings she is letting us feel and acknowledge her experience’s and struggles. While visiting the museum one of my favorite parts was being able to see most of her famous paintings face to face. Being able to see those paintings so close made me admired her work even more. B) In this painting the artist uses the element of line continuously. As we look closer

  • Art Final Paper 201 - After the Renaissance

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    Paper- Comparison between two works of art Pompeo Girolamo Batoni Diana and Cupid 1761 and Corrado Giaquinto The Lamentation 1740’s Neoclassical Art was an art form that followed the Baroque and Rococo art periods. Neoclassicism was a way for artists to display their wish to return to meaningful art, to escape the frivolity of landscapes and still life paintings, and paint something that had a moral, educational or inspirational value to the viewer. Neoclassical art was an attempt to return knowledge

  • Exploring Social Patterns in the Renaissance Through Fashion

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    Exploring Social Patterns in the Renaissance Through Fashion Fashion reflects the attitudes of a society more than any other art form. Like art, fashion is a material record of the ideals that swayed the nations at the time of their creation. Through examining the styles, and tastes of a particular era, we can realize where the interests and priorities of a time lie. As Frank Parsons wrote in his 1920 study, The Psychology of Dress, "There is surly no better field in which to trace the devious

  • `` The Ecstasy Of Influence `` By Jonathan Allen Lethem

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    Plato’s Ion, which states that God speaks through the artists, Lethem’s The Ecstasy of Influence: A plagiarism; projects that inspiration comes from the influence of our surroundings which is the key to creation. Jonathan Allen Lethem, a modern American essayists, writes the article in which he talks about how some artists see plagiarism as a wrong doing or stealing. Lethem disagrees with those artists’ point of view. He writes, “most artists are converted to art by art itself. Finding one’s voice

  • The Art Of A Radio Station

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    positions and on different surfaces depending on the piece. Paintings and framed work are hung all over the walls, leaned on walls, and some in stacks; occasionally organized by artist, and then some sporadically placed. The sculptures are placed on pedestals and tables scattered throughout the venue, most done by the same local artist, Leeland Brewsaugh. Brewsaugh’s sculptures were all of birds native to

  • Art As A Form Of Self-Expression

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    Is art a form of self-expression from the artist to their audience? Self-expression is defined as, “the expression of one's feelings, thoughts, or ideas, especially in writing, art, music, or dance.” (English Oxford Dictionary). The source of inspiration for art is unknown for certain, but it is commonly believed that it comes from inside the artist, based on their life lessons and experiences. If the inspiration comes from within, then artists are expressing themselves through their art, thus

  • Design Nosql Systems For Data Persisence And Implementation Of Design

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    solving queries (Schema2) Schema2 is consist of three collections : “UserArtistInfo”, “Friends”, and “Artist”. “UserArtistInfo” collection has fields of UserID, ArtistID, ArtistName, Weight, Tag YN, TagId, TagValue, TimeStamp and does not structured as a embedded document. Like a RDBMS, each row has independent information of a user – artist – weight – tag which is easier to update and read. “Artist” collection is set aside due to its rare usage. “Friends” collection is also created separately to be

  • The Conflicts Between Seeing Nature As A Medium Of Art

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    consider nature as the purest form of natural expression. Some artists consider nature as a medium of art. But what is a medium of art? Art is expressed to be man made, a form of human expression, a tale of beauty or tragedy. The world is a beautiful place filled with unique creatures, beautiful scenery and an overwhelming sense of power and importance. But a medium is considered as materials used to help express the viewpoint of the artist. In this evaluation argument one will see the conflicts between