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  • Vase, Bottle, And Swan Lake Comparison

    Author Lailah Gifty Akita once said, “You have to look closely to see clearly.” This assertion resembles the nature of both the visual and performing arts. In order for one to see the depths of any piece of art, one must assess it carefully. Examining Henri Matisse’s painting, Vase, Bottle, and Fruit, Van Halen’s song “Jump,” and Swan Lake, they appear to be three distinctly different pieces of art, however analyzing these pieces thoroughly, one can see the many similarities between the three. Resembling Van Halen’s song which is composed of notes, pitches, and beats, Vase, Bottle, and Fruit is composed of colors, shapes, and lines and Swan Lake is comprised of footwork, gestures, and pirouettes. Similar to rhythm in music and dance, Matisse’s…

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  • Themes In Salvador Dali's Swans Reflecting Elephants

    The pears are a dark green color seeming like they are old. The bowl forms a face at its stem. The surrounding objects create the eyes of the face. The left eye a clay bowl laying on its side and the right the head of a baby, which lays on the beach. Above the bowl lays a large golden brown and off white dog. His head faces straight ahead seeing nothing around him. The beach contains mean object such as a broken rope, a pale yellow cloth and small tools. To the left of the sand appears a dark…

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  • Sanctuary Asia Ad Analysis

    In big bold letters, we see “Sanctuary Asia”, the name of the company. The slogan shown is “when the wood goes, the wildlife goes”. It is important to take into consideration the size of the organization versus the slogan, to the left of it. It is roughly five times the size, which means the author values the organization 's name over the slogan. Further, what the author wants you to remember, is the organization’s name above all else. The font is also very simple and easy to read, in a color…

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  • Visual Analysis Of Monet

    progress to smoother shorter stroke, the most prominent are in the sky, mainly compose of blues and greys. the strong shades are the bottom of the painting, rich and vivid shade of green Monet uses to represent the patches of grass partially covered with snow. This cityscape despite a winter scenery with people carrying umbrella, the snowflakes are not visible but the snow on the ground gives the viewers the impression that has been disturbed by the people walking. The sky is pale blue and gray…

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  • Why Are Words Worth A Thousand Words?

    When people introduce themselves I subconsciously block out their names. This is quite a problem, especially now, when starting fresh and independent at BYU, am left wanting friends, and am constantly finding myself in the position of meeting countless new people. I do, however, remember conversations, moments, unique personality traits, personal thoughts, as well as connections I made with that person. When it comes to recalling names however, I go stupid. My brain doesn’t remember names or…

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  • Descriptive Essay About My Name

    Luke I wasn’t named after anyone special. I wasn’t named after a singer or athlete or actor. I wasn’t named after a family member. Not an aunt nor uncle. My parents liked the name so they gave it to me. It is just an ordinary name. My middle name is different. It was chosen because it is the name of my uncle. He was an athlete and my mom liked his name so it became my middle name. My last name comes from my parents home country. It means yellow in their countries language. I mom had a different…

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  • Summary Of Don Delillo's White Noise

    because there can be different names for things and…

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  • Fish Tank Film Analysis

    relies heavily on style. One such element of style that is particularly important to this film is its color. In the majority of the film warm and bright colors compose many scenes. Orange and yellow dominate in scenes set on the first floor of Mia’s home and at night. Light blues fill in the sky, doorways, and many other components of the set. Mia and Conor’s clothing, though not exuberant, always feature components made up of light colors such as whites, greys, and light blues. This color…

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  • Descriptive Essay About My Name

    Names comes in all shapes and sizes. Just by taking a gander at our names, we can view into a window to the past. Last names are the utmost important part of anyone’s name, since it is past done from generation to generation. The meaning and the way names are spelled changes over time and across the world. Our names, meanings, nicknames, and why we were named what we were, are just a few ways that shape are uniqueness. Originating from the Greek name Alexandros, Alexander signified "shielding…

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  • The Namesake Film Analysis

    after receiving an uncommon name, Gogol, at birth. Despite having such a simple premise, The Namesake shows the significance a name holds in both Indian and foreign, specifically American societies, and the varying impacts it has on both communities. Unlike names in American culture, names in India hold great importance since they are not just a verbal affiliation, but also a description of a person’s…

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