The Four Seasons Analysis

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The pieces of artwork that I will be discussing are known as The Four Seasons by Philip Haas. The artwork consists of four separate sculptures that represent one of the four seasons. I found these sculptures to be very eye catching because of their style and large size. Each Sculpture is so different, but they are also very similar in many ways. I can tell that a lot of work was put into these pieces of art because of the complexity of their structure and details. These sculptures not only talk about nature, but also people and humanity. I have always know Philip Haas as a movie director because I have seen “The Situation”, which is a movie that he was the director for; I was surprised to find out that he also participated in other forms of art. Like the movies that he has directed The Four Season show that he has a deep understanding of the cycle of life and the process of maturing. As a film director Haas really focuses on the detail and purpose of his art work, thus creating these amazing sculptures. The first sculpture that I will be talking …show more content…
The large about of fruits and vegetables that make put his face shows the abundance of food that summer brings in contrast to spring who is just beginning the growing process. The warmer colors show that summer still has the same bright and vibrant energy. I feel like the crown on top of his head represents that he is at his prime, and thinks very highly of himself. Summer as a season is put up on a pedestal as being the best season, and this sculpture really shows that pride. The chest area of the sculpture is more puffed out then the other seasons, which is most like another way to show how prideful summer is. When I look at the facial expression of summer it makes me think of someone who thinks they know everything and that nothing could go wrong, someone who thinks their all that and a bag of chips. Perhaps fall will be the wake up

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