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    space. In both pieces, the artist uses the colors brown, black, red, white, green and blue in both paintings. In the ice skater piece, the blue symbolizes the sky, white equals snow, green means the ground, the brown and red colors outline the figure, the black shows the ice skates and face and gives the figure a sense of human form and the tan color shows the skin of the figure. In Four Wooden Sculptures, the blue, green, and red colors detail the room that the figures are in, with the…

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    Case Study Still life is one of the principal genres of Western art. It is art depicting inanimate subject matter, e.g. fruit, flowers and household objects which are usually arranged on a table top or surrounded with fabric. This genre of painting allows for artists to explore their relationship with everyday objects; many still lives have symbolic meanings, revealing stories or ideas. More commonly, the status of the painter (or the buyer of the art, if such is being made for a specific…

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    role in the way we perceive society. People relate colors to certain emotions, as an example, one may say that they are “green with envy” or when they are “feeling blue” when they are sad. In the novel, The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald, the author uses color symbolism throughout the story to represent different aspects of each situation. Fitzgerald uses the color green a great deal in the storyline. It represents Gatsby’s dream and hope to live happily with the love of his dreams, Daisy…

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    disconnected they are. In between the second and third it is yellow. Yellow on a stoplight means yield and the size is slightly smaller to show they are starting to connect. The final gutter is green and a lot smaller; It is small to show they are reaching the end of disconnection, and it is the color green for go. I used the gutters to show a progress of what is going on with the characters. We go from disconnect to connect. In the other comic the top three panels are the same size as the last…

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    Picture yourself walking up to a building; there are green trees decorating the walkway. You reach the metallic silver doors. While looking up at the sky, the snowy white clouds slowly caress the deep blue sky. You pull the metallic door open and enter the building. As the mundane walls around you start to collapse, your body goes cold and numb. The change of colors that happens when entering the building changes your psychological mindset. When this happens your neurological brain functioning…

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    Epidermophyton floccosum Front: powdery olive green surrounded by orange-brown Chlamydoconidia produced of Macroconidia and no Microconidia Associated with Jock Itch Slow Module 10: Mycology - Learning Outcomes Organism Chart Opportunistic Name of Organism Colony Morphology (Front and Reverse) Microscopic Morphology Type of Infections Caused Pathogenicity Growth Rate Additional Info Aspergillus fumigatus Front: fluffy to granular, white to blue- green colony ( most…

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    Colours are one of the most prominent and powerful uses of symbolism in the novel The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald. A wide array of colours are alluded to, continuously, throughout the novel, holding deep symbolism while being presented at face value. Characters like Myrtle Wilson and Jay Gatsby yearn to be those whom are the elite of society, The Elect, reflected in colours. Other characters such as Tom and Daisy Buchanan’s socioeconomic status consistently manifests itself in the…

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    1. This painting includes a man and a woman kissing by a window. The couple is standing near an open window with four openings and light curtains. Looking out of the window there are 3 human-like figures and a tall, dark, green tree. There is also a building with multiple windows, some windows are dark and some have light coming out of them. 2. You can tell that the couple is kissing though, neither of their faces have any facial features on them. Them kissing, represents an act of love…

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    encounter. When Conor enters the house with Mia’s inebriated mother, he is wearing a white shirt with light green checkers on it. Soon after this, Mia meets Conor in the living room and he is wearing a notably darker blue shirt. Mia shows him the dance that she has prepared for her audition and they proceed to have sex. After this, the only other costume that we see Conor wearing is a dark green button up shirt. Prior to his sexual encounter with Mia, Conor is almost exclusively depicted wearing…

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    talking about colors as in paint or markers. When talking about colors and how they are made with light, the real primary colors are red, green, and blue. When you mix colors, as in paints, you will never find a way to make yellow from the colors you have. But when you mix colors, as in light, you can make yellow by mixing red and green. When you mix red green and blue, you make white. For some reason, people have certain things that they correspond with different colors or letters,…

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