My assignment was to get five sketches of an animal of my choice from a magazine onto my sketch book. Then after that I had to get the sketches and show them to Mrs. Premo to get her approval. Once she gave me the okay she gave me tracing paper and I traced the sketches into a collage. After we have done that we go to the light tables to trace once more onto the final project paper. Then we go over that with pen and add the details to the final product. I ended up with at least three of our sketches on the final product in pen with shading and value and perception. Some new knowledge that I learned before starting the project was how to properly use a pen when shading. Mrs. Premo showed us how to use stippling, hatching, and cross hatching. That really helped me during my project because otherwise I would have not known how to shade. One way I planned my project was by drawing sketches in my sketch book and then I chose which drawing I would continue drawing. The media that I used was pen because that’s what our unit was about. I use many rough drafts before begging because if not then I would have most likely messed up on the hatching that I did. The first thing that I did to make this project was to first get five sketches of an animal from a magazine onto my sketch book. Then after that I had to get the sketches and show them to Mrs. Premo to get her approval. Once she gave her okay she gave me tracing paper and I traced the sketches into a collage. After I got done with that we go to the light tables to trace once more onto the final project paper. Then we go over that with pen and add the details to the final product. One part of the assignment that was hard was to choose an animal to draw because there was so many but that wasn’t the biggest problem it was trying to get the fur right because I did a cheetah. One thing I would change
Out of the many fiber mediums currently in the Wexner art exhibit one of my favorites was one of the fiber weaves with multiple squares weaved into the piece. This piece was my favorite because it reminded me of the weaves I used to do in art class when I was in elementary school. Also, the piece contained various colors from greens, to blues, to violets, and to yellows. The various colors throughout made this piece very catching even from across the room even though it…
the play there were a couple things that came to me as shocking. Also, our school’s senior art show was being shown this past week. In addition, I think that the art show also has things that came to me as very inappropriate. I think that even though some was very provocative and seems like it doesn’t fit in a school scene, it should be allowed because of the hard work and character that is show in the art pieces and the play too.
Looking back at the preview of the play, Legally Blonde, I thought…
Christian Service Hours Reflection Project
The spring semester deadline for all service hours is Thursday, May 10th.
Reflection Project (and Presentations) Due: (2nd semester) Friday, May 11, 2012 period 1 and Monday, May 14, 2012
Project Guidelines: Choice one, or a combination, of the following formats: essay (1” border, 12 point, Times New Roman font, double spaced, 2 pages in length, plus cover page), art project (e.g., drawing, painting, collage, sculpture, photography)…
“Can Art be a Representation of the truth?”
The point of this essay will be to prove that art can produce a representation of the truth, this will be shown through examples from “Platos Allegory of the Cave” (Plato, The Republic, 380 B.C.), a story about prisoners in a cave who escape and realize that there are different degrees to the truth around them and that what they perceive as true is just the different representation they are seeing. This…
Autumn on the Seine, Argenteuil
The following is an analysis and an interpretation of Autumn on the Seine, Argenteuil. This oil on canvas painting can be found in the High Museum of Art. Claude Monet, the artist of this piece painted this in 1873, right as the Impressionism Movement was beginning. Monet played the important role of one of the founders of the Impressionism Movement with his works like Autumn on the Seine, Argenteuil. Autumn on the Seine, Argenteuil is from a series of paintings…
the first time on 11 July and the quarter bells first chimed on seven September. Big Ben was designed by Augustus Pugin at the request of the main palace designer Charles Barry. (n.d.) People today go to London to see the big clock and hear it chime.
Art # 2
During the Romantic Period the artist expressed his or her individual ideas and emotions, unlike in the Classicism Era. The artwork was very vivid, detailed, and passionate. This period allowed the artist to explore the human heart and add heroism…
the new media to diversify art--take advantage of the effect of art
The requirement of new media artist is more than painting
Insist on the idea of art--freedom
Loading with my belief of art, new media can broaden my view, making it fly higher.
With the development of varieties of media, it is pleasure for artists to express their ideas via diversified media channels. Recently, 3D art exhibition attracts crowded of people to take attention on new method of art creation. Thanks for the booming…
Impressionism, and Edgar Degas
Olga Stephanie Hunn
American InterContinental University
Edgar Degas and Three Styles of Art
Edgar Degas was a painter in the 19th century who practiced impressionist art. His impressionist work molded the future of art. Being an avant-garde artist he would meet with other artist of his time and see what they could do to contribute to modern art. This particular painting called Artist in her Dressing Room was painted by Degas in 1879 was painted with neutral colors…
The figure is located outdoors in a city. The city buildings can be seen in the steel reflection on the outside of the figure.
2. The steel material allows for the outside objects to be reflected onto the figure. The city scape or anything that may pass by can be seen on the outside of the figure, and anything that may pass through the inside will be reflected. Without the stainless steel the reflections would not be there, and the piece would not have as much excitement.
3. The work can be…
Renaissance Time Capsule
As part of my introduction to humanities class, I was required to probe for a concealed time capsule from both the Renaissance and the Baroque ages. Thereafter, I was required to identify at least two examples of art, music, architecture, philosophy, and literature depicted during the periods. By doing so, I expected to identify how these examples reflected world events and cultural blueprints of their periods. The Renaissance refers to the cultural transformations…