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  • Art Versification And Visual Art

    Versification & Visual Art “Painting is poetry that is seen rather than felt, and poetry is painting that is felt rather than seen.” A quote from great thinker Leonardo Da Vinci that perfectly encompasses the utterly complex comparison between poetry as a written art versus visual art.In this essay I will be exploring the idea that while these two forms of expression and production have their differences, they inevitably influence each other and when combined together, can create art that speaks to viewers at a much greater volume. Visual art as a medium, whether it be in the form of a painting, sculpture, performance art etc. is a way in which an artist can express his/her own internal vision in a way that can be interpreted by many different…

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  • Art Styles In Greek Art

    Greek Art started at the end of the Dark Ages around 900 B.C.E. was the beginning of beautiful creations and presentations of art. Separated by periods, the Geometric, Archaic, Classical and Hellenistic Periods I will briefly describe the different art styles within these periods. Starting with the Geometric Period, at 900 to 700 B.C.E. an art style created using geometric patterns with representation and repetition in its shapes. Painting on vases were most common and used as storage devices…

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  • Art Nouveau Vs Art Deco

    Art deco’s elements are applied in the modern popular architecture and furniture The World War 1 is occurred between the Art Nouveau and the Art Deco. Both of two movements affected by the World War 1. They are two different style. The big difference of them is Art Nouveau is asymmetric while Art Deco is geometric. Both of two movements has affected our architecture and furniture, but for the effectiveness of the modern popular architecture and furniture, the role of Art Deco is bigger than Art…

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  • Nonrepresentational Art: Jackson Pollock's Art

    Abstract Expressionism is like nonrepresentational art in that did not portray a clear defined picture. This type of art was made popular by Jackson Pollock; One example of his art is, “number 1” made in 1949. This type of art used heavy brush strokes or a drip technique used by Jackson Pollock. This movement was a rebellion against cubism, nonrepresentational, surrealism, and dada. It started in New York in the early 1900’s after world war 2 as a new way to look art. Bauhaus…

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  • Art And Fine Art Analysis

    deemed relevant, but are constantly changing. Today on December 1st, 2016 the biggest discussion people may be talking about is world hunger, environment, disease, or violence. If you were given one million dollars how would you split the percentage of money between these topics, including the arts. Many would suggest that the four pervious topic were way more important than art, giving the art topic little to no money. Art and fine arts have started to become less of a value to some people.…

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  • Art In School

    I believe that art should be presented in school, because it is not something people think that it still exists, for example I believe that if I were to show the creations of art, music,dance, sporting actitivty, or even literature it is important because these topics are something people don’t really pay attention to. I feel like this is not as much demanding in schools as lt was before when I was in elementary school. I have a sister who is in elementary school now, and she has her assignments…

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  • Arts And Ideas

    to my “three official transcripts on file (Syracuse U, SCSU and Univ. of New Hampshire), FIA206, Arts and Ideas II was accepted for three semester hours of credit in art. A full 12 semester hours of credit in art were not identifiable. Please submit course descriptions for the course(s) that you feel may be considered for art course work.” While is it accurate to conclude that my only “formal” credits in fine arts were earned in FIA206, Arts and Ideas II, Connecticut General Statutes relating…

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  • Is Art A Fluidity?

    Art is a Fluidity Society is constantly changing, growing, and evolving; art is a constant. Since there were cavemen, there were prehistoric cave paintings. When people began to hunt, they began to sculpt hunting weapons and tools using solely natural resources. Once religion became a part of society, art became one of the major means of expressing religious beliefs. Art is a constant because it is natural. It is something that is instilled within us all from a very young age. When we are…

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  • Inequity In Art

    (and a)culture (of) image economy” in the case of the infinitely reflected glass decanters (McElheny a commentary on globalized industrial manufacturing or the the two chairs and there functional replica’s challenge to value placed on art objects in a culture questioning the value of authenticity(McMakin)to the wallpaper painting demonstrating the cultural divide in the art world being bridged conciliating the inequity of classes that once impeded lower classes from obtaining art with the…

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  • Arts In Schools

    Music, Drama and Art in the Hallways (An Argument Concerning the Validity of arts in Schools) School is supposed to be a place of learning and enrichment, but it doesn’t take long for the students to become uninterested with the same old, boring lessons that are pulled out of dusty textbooks. From calculus quizzes to English exams, the material learned isn’t always the most fun and interesting, to say the least. There is a way to make learning a bit more bearable and school a pinch more…

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