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    Art Analysis: Gray Color

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    This artwork gives visual representation to immaterial feelings. The way it does that is by dulling every color besides the girl’s tears. It shows that she sees the world in a gray color because all of her happiness or color is gone. The color flowing out of her is showing that any good feeling she has is leaving her and she is succumbing to her depression. Her dress is sagging limply off of her to show the sad and heavy emotions she’s going through. The dress is a polka dot dress, which is…

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    A. (1999, Nov, Dec). AAA Michigan Program Prevents Crashes One Intersection at a Time. AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety Progress Report . Michigan, Detroit: AAA. Garrett, R. (2009). Red light/Green light. Officer.com. Goldstein, D. (2009, Nov 9). Do Cameras Make Intersections More Dangerous? Retrieved Feb 2010, from cbs2.com: http://cbs2.com/goldstein/Red.Light.Cameras.2.1301941.html I.I.H.S. (2009, Dec). Q &…

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    The story of “The Storm” by Kate Chopin is a short story about a housewife named Calixta. Chopin tells of a romance that was thought long forgotten once the lovers had taken other spouses. It is full of symbolism that truly makes it much more than just the brief story. The many uses of symbolism throughout help draw the reader in and bring deeper meaning to every hidden detail of the short story. The first hint of symbolism is one of the most powerful in the story, the title. The storm…

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    There was a time in history called the Jazz Age, which took place during the “Roaring Twenties”. This novel’s setting is based in the time era of the Jazz Age and the “Roaring Twenties”. The Jazz Age was a time period in the 1920’s where new music and dances became popular in the United States and even Britain. Everyone started being more rebellious by going to more parties, and always drinking and having a good time. The “Roaring Twenties” are when more people decided to live in cities instead…

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    Throughout history, colors have been used symbolically in most forms of literature, and this color symbolism can be found in almost any famous novel. The reason for this is that colors are the universal language of emotion. Colors, in literature, can show so many traits about people places and objects such as emotional state, social class, and even their meaning in the theme of the story. For this reason, color symbolism is an extremely important part of literature, especial in F. Scott…

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    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 transmitted by the solution while the complementary color, green, was absorbed. Beer’s Law stated that the amount of light that passed through a sample was limited by the light’s wavelength, the distance travelled by the light, and the concentration of the substance…

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    Six Feet Under Analysis

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    throughout the show. The first instance of the dark color scheme is shown during the show’s theme song, in the theme song there are many items that appear in gray, brown, and white colors. The flowers in the opening song of the show start off with bright green and pink colors, which quickly turn to dark brown dull colors as the flowers die. This again reiterates the reoccurring theme of life and death in the show and shows how the cycle of life always ends with death. One thing that was…

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    Envy and jealousy are often used interchangeably, but when used correctly, they stand for two distinctly different emotions. Envy can also be a dangerous emotion, but there is something important that separates it from jealousy, and that is the passion. You can be envious of your neighbor's new car or your friend's new leather coat, but these feelings will not lead you to passionate violence. Jealousy almost always involves a passionate and emotional response to something, and so, it evokes…

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    Process-Analysis Of Art

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    many to choose from, and I have had paintings turn out strange looking because I try to fit every single color the human eye can see in it. Adding all the colors also doesn’t help to convey what I what the mood of the painting to be. Cool colors (green, blue and purple) convey the feeling of being cold, sadness, and sometimes add an eerie feeling. Warm colors (red, orange and yellow) are the opposite; they give off the feeling of warmth, happiness or sometimes even anger. So I keep that in mind…

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    The infographic Inside the Mind of a Successful Manager published and created by the Pepperdine University. This infographic was found on and displayed by smallbiztrends.com on August 12, 2015; the infographic does not display a specific artist or creation date. Pepperdine University undoubtedly wants to inform present and prospective students of how attending their University will make them into a successful manager, and instruct them on how to think like a successful manager. Present and…

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