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  • Collage Analysis

    This assignment was an enjoyable way, that allowed me to discover my values and beliefs. This collage reminded me of the most important people in my life that got me to where I am today. I am mostly comforted by all the people that are surrounding me, all the people who are there to support me and keep me going when I am unsuccessful. I am mostly surprised about how far I have come as a person. In my collage, I have several pictures that emphasize alot about me. I am 19 years old and grew up in a small town in Collingwood Ontario, I have lived here all my life. Three pictures that means alot to me in the collage is the picture of my little sister as a baby, and what she looks like now. When she was born, her lungs collapsed and was rushed…

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  • Collage Activity

    During our class activity we shared our culture collage. The hardest part of the challenge for the group was finding the appropriate picture to uses for this activity. The easiest part of this activity was sharing with the group why we choose these specific pictures for our collage. During this activity group members acted extremely interested in each group members collage. As for myself, during this activity I acted very respectful and involved in each members collage, I asked several…

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  • My Final Thumbnail

    her project. We looked some ideas up online which provided some additional guidance and incorporated the use of technology. Student 1M (forth day): I had a long talk with the class about the expectation on what is a strong self-portrait versus a weak self-portrait. I felt the need to have this discussion because the class was just rushing through the project and becoming increasing sloppy. In having the discussion he started to redefine his work and slow down in order to create a much better…

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  • Observation In Classroom Management

    Students will be able to (SWBAT) cut, paste, glue, trace letters, create words with continuous overlapping throughout the day. Therefore the student’s project will express the meaning of respect for their viewpoints. Blooms Taxonomy: A higher level of was thinking achieved by the student following through on the explanation of the word respect in collage. Hook: The student’s attention captured by teacher opening statement that provoked an interpersonal level thought process. The instructor…

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  • How Did Baroque Painting Change

    kinds of pieces seemed to be broken down, and then put back together in an abstract way. Paintings during this period were flat and two-dimensional. Painters were looking for a way to depict a scene that could be viewed from multiple viewpoints, not just one, and by breaking it down, it allowed for that to occur. Cubism is normally split up into two categories: analytical and synthetic. With analytical cubism, straight lines and right angles were preferred as paintings typically showed the…

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  • Jasper Johns Flag

    In the exhibition “Take an Object” shown at the Museum of Modern Art, many works of art by particular artists featured. One specific work, placed right at the beginning of the exhibit, was by artist Jasper Johns called Flag. Flag is a piece associated with Johns’ theme of repetition in his artworks as well as influenced by personal and historical contexts. Flag was made between 1954-55 with encaustic, oil, and collage on fabric mounted on plywood in three panels. The formal aspects combined…

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  • Exotic History Widman Analysis

    that can be seen at the PCC campus of Rock Creek at building seven on the left side. The painting shows of three shadow figures of women painted in an abstract way makes it unique which is how all art is. Exotic History has a distinct visual style that work with one another to captivate the viewer, and get them to contemplate the meaning behind the piece. When you look at this painting, there’s a lot to take in such as the colors, structure and images going on. First let us consider the image…

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  • Paul Cezanne And Matisse

    In both pictures, neither artist attempts to exemplify or perfectly recreate the human body. Instead they elongated or unstructured or unfinished or even seem to depict many angles at once. In essence, Picasso uses very impressionistic features that were also capitalized by Cezanne. Picasso's quite obviously shattered many molds from past art with Les Demoiselles d'Avignon. So much in fact, that some individuals feel this painting symbolized the true beginnings of modern art. While this is…

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  • The Cubism Art Movement: Pablo Picasso And Georges Braque

    The Cubism art movement started around the 20th century. The very famous Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque started this movement. Most Cubism art is a two-dimensional style. Weird shapes, lines and angles are what makes up this style of art. As this art movement became more popular and popular, Cubism art was changing and developing into an art that was basically a collage. Cubism art gave artist and people who generally just loved art, a new way to depict real life objects. Cubism art wasn’t…

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  • Michel Keck Work Analysis

    create the artwork we do, we all have different perceptions on how we see and what we see, we all have different meanings to things and collage is one thing makes this statement even more interesting In this essay I am going to explore on of Mutu’s Work alongside Michel Keck’s Work and compare their work to my practice. I find that our work has a connection in the materials we use and how we use our materials in different ways. I am going to study on how each of these artists uses collage to…

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