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    Gioia Fonda Analysis

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    The artworks I have chosen to discuss grabbed my attention through visual and emotions more than any other pieces of artwork. I want to compare and contrast the works of Gioia Fonda, because of the skill and patience needed to emplace art inside of the jars. Each artwork was created in 2017 and displayed at the Shasta College Art Gallery. Mt. Foolery captures the eye by gold flakes setting the ground floor with browns and black to show the mountains rising from the earth. The mountains made…

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    scenes. Pieter was born in 1525 in the Netherlands and died in 1569 in Brussels, Belgium (Pieter Bruegel, the Elder). This painting was created in c.1562 – c.1563, during Bruegel’s Brussels Period of his own art. The medium used for this creation was oil on panel, and it is currently being displayed at Museo del Prado in Madrid, Spain. Other notable works of his include The Hunters in the Snow, Netherlandish Proverbs, and The Peasant Wedding. This painting portrays a harrowing picture, abundant…

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    McNay Museum Research Paper One of the two art pieces that were chosen from the McNay Art Museum is the Gloria Victis statue, a bronze statue by Antonin Mercié, size is 1879 height, 55in (139.7cm). The second is Women by Jose Clemente Orozco, an lithograph from 1935, 12 5/16 x 17 1/8" (31.2 x 43.5 cm); sheet: 14 3/16 x 20 1/16" (36 x 51 cm) . The artist for the Gloria Victis is sculptor Marius Jean Antonin Mercie, who study fine art in the PSL Research University in Paris, French. He was a…

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    John D. Rockefeller was born on July 8. 1839 in Richford, New York. His father William Avery Rockefeller, was a “pitch man”-- a “doctor” who claimed he could cure cancer and charged up to $25 per “treatment.” His dad was gone from month to month traveling around the West from town to town and would return to wherever the family was living with substantial sums of cash. His mother Eliza Davison Rockefeller, was very religious and disciplined. She raised John to work, save and give to charities.…

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    Main Concept The Progressive Era saw several acts of legislation that would change the way American society operated. Sherman-Anti Trust Act In 1890 big business controlled much of the American economy. The Sherman Act allowed the United States government for the first time to investigate a business. The government would look for "artificial raising of prices," or, a monopoly. Any company who was hurting the economy by driving up prices would be broken apart. The government would attempt…

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    In the United States we have a large population of people and a high demand for resources to fuel our constant need for energy. It would seem logical with having such technological advancements in our country we would have found a way to reduce the amount of natural resources needed to survive, as well as our carbon dioxide output. Currently the consumption and production of taste materials exceed the necessary amount of land or sea available to absorb the CO2 we are putting out. The required…

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    Academic Peer Review Paper

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    are also experts in this field about the information and findings of this topic, in a process that allows for analysis of the subject matter’s legitimacy. The topic presented in the Obidzinski et al. article discusses the effects of growing only palm oil in Indonesia in terms of environment and socioeconomic impacts. Dr. Roth assigned this reading because it has many themes which relate to our class discussions. For example, the state of Indonesia draws some parallels with the case study of the…

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    There are many strange candies that are being sold, currently. Some of them are stranger than others. For example would you want to have a gummy cockroach in your mouth moving around. Today I’m going to be listing some strange candies. If you wanna try them out you can find them at Sour Flush candy Toilets The lollipop is used as a plunger. Once you lick the lollipop, dip it into the sour powder in the container like Now you have a sour treat. Do you really want toilet powder lollipop. As a…

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    The passage and the lecture both offer the opposing ideas on the emergens of fracking as a new method for natural gas extraction. While the passage use some reasons to approve the efficiency of it, the lecturer mentions to different aspects of it to reject it. For one, the passage states that fracking will affect on the increase in production that results in decline of natural gas price and similarly increases the jobs appertunities. Altough at first glance it looks sensible, the lecturer…

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    What Is The Stolen Kiss

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    The Stolen Kiss – Hermitage Museum The Stolen Kiss by Jean Honore Fragonard from the State Hermitage Museum is an oil on canvas painting Museum Introduction The State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia is the largest museum of arts and culture in the world and has been open to the public since 1852. Its collection consists of six buildings, five of which are open to the public, that include over three million items, with only a small portion remaining on permanent display. Among the…

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