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    Participant A 1. Would you rather wear a laundered shirt that had been previously worn by someone you like, someone you dislike, or someone you don’t know? Please explain. Within this mini study survey, my participant responded that it did not matter if the clothing was laundered from someone he liked or someone he disliked or even from a complete stranger as long as the clothing was washed. The participant also stated that if he liked the clothing then he would wear it regardless if it was previously owned from a complete stranger, someone that he liked or even someone that he did not like. 2. Would it be more difficult for you to throw darts at a dartboard depicting a picture of someone you like or someone you don’t like? Please explain.…

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    as well as the principle of design that need to be followed. In this image, there are numerous indications that it follows these guidelines. For example, there is a consistent color theme throughout the mosaic. The artist used monochromatic colors as well as complementary colors to create some contrast and to bring overall harmony to the image. Another example is the use of implied lines that lead to the focal point. The focal point/emphasis is also another principle of design that brings…

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    Art has multiple meanings depending on the artist, for me, art is the application of color in a scientific manner to create magic in a canvas. Art is harmony, but harmony that can be found in the science of color. As most of the artists that are part of the salon and those whose art is denied or ignored, I am a Parisian and an even though I am a very patriotic and conservative person, I utilized Art to evade traditionalism and to express my original style. I am a learner every day, but Art has…

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    • In figure 1 the colors that are used are complementary colors. These colors are found opposite of each other on the color wheel, but when they are used together they complement each other. In the work you see the monochromatic color palette of blues and greens, then you look at the door and it is a reddish orange. The color of the door is complemented by the blue color palette and draws your eyes to the focus point of the work, which is the red door. • In figure 2 the shapes that are used…

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    Bedroom Paint Colors

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    use Royal Blue and Aqua paint colors to add aquatic elements. Combinations of harmonious paint colors is a fantastic way to ensure a room design that blends and flows from one area to the next. Typically, these related paint colors are next to each other or directly below one another on a color swatch. Choosing bedroom paint colors is a fresh way to bring a new look to your home. For some practical tips on how to decorate a bedroom in Royal Blue and Aqua, keep these suggestions in mind. Bedroom…

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    Light Wavelength Essay

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    ” This is the light that is divided up into six elementary colors; red, orange, yellow, green, blue violet. This is true when you place a thick piece of glass in the sunlight and a rainbow band of colors appear. These colors are put onto a light spectrum with its shortest wavelength are violet and its longest wavelength ending in red. Well now you must be wondering what a wavelength is. A wavelength, “the distance between two adjacent similar points of a wave such as from crest to crest or from…

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    Process-Analysis Of Art

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    out an idea, pick the perfect colors, and finally, paint. My mind is constantly flooded with images that are so vivid I can see them clear as day even with my eyes open. Some are like photographs that linger in…

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    The purpose of the Light, Color, and Solutions experiment was to determine how to use a spectrophotometer, understand the relationship between a solution’s visible color and its color absorption, and to derive, understand, and use Beer’s Law. Some background information that would be helpful included that the color of a solution was determined both by the colors it absorbed as well as the colors it transmitted. For example, if a solution was viewed as the color red, then red light was…

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    Before this class I really didn’t give are much thought but now I have come to learn and appreciate that are is not only pretty pictures or statues. There are different reasons and uses for pieces of art, intended by the artist. Artists use many different colors, textures and techniques to reach their different audiences. Along with materials and objects, space and time period also influence art. No matter what the artist portrays, the audiences perceive it and appreciate it in different ways.…

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    obvious Greek inspired element that the viewer sees is the Venus Del Mio figurines. The “Venus de Milo, ancient statue commonly thought to represent Aphrodite” (Britannica 1). There are some oddities that can be seen such as floating heads that appear to be from the figurines themselves. There seems to be five heads with a blue glow around the head, and share the face of the figure that has the most detail (the one on the far right). It makes sense that Dali would make the figurine that composes…

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