Art makes an impression on the universe but leaves rules to abide by in the mind of an artist. The first time Ms. Zink taught her art class at Brooks DeBartolo was life changing. She inspired many of her students to bring their best effort to the drawing board. As she weaved information around their minds, her students grew fonder of the arts. Ms. Zink’s impressions on her students lead them to great success over a life time. Without her insight and structured rules, these artists wouldn’t exist. To become even more advance artist, they need a bit of art every day. Throughout life, art continues to have a set of rules that artists need to let their creativity run wild, even at judgmental times while recognizing a certain style. First off, they must let their imagination take off in all directions, so creativity can flow out infinitely. For example, they would design a bedroom scheme. Brainstorms can cause sparks to fly which creates a variety of ideas. Some ideas are a vintage 1950s theme for their grandmother to a football theme for the little brother. Even connecting to their taste can make a comfortable space. Sculpting a mystical animal is another point to show. They can experiment with new techniques and design tools. Craving out the fox’s head can show the different features from the whiskers to the pointed ears. Something else that can be created is, designing an inspired character from a Pixar film. The enjoyment of making up a character from their favorite Pixar flicks helps them, by developing new skills. Like how to draw different sizes of the noses to attaching the hands to the body. Another example is creating a futuristic project. It just doesn’t come from drawing lines on paper but, thinking outside the box. They can write out the advertisements to coming up with a catchy slogan. The project is a jump rope that lights up when they begin to move as music plays by the speed of how fast the move. The outcomes shows, their imagination can create a variety of art work that can benefit for them later on. In addition, an artist must never judge his or her sketches till the last line is drawn. Sometimes the appearance can throw them off from completing their sketch. Drawing a portrait out of charcoal can be hard use because it rubs off easily. But blending out the lines and going over a few times will make it work. Sketching a piece by piece picture of a high school principal can lead to mismatch lines when connecting the pictures. Instead work with what’s there to create a constructed sketch. Also asking for an opinion from someone helps by working around the mismatched lines. Another example is, creating yearbook entries. When he or she enters their sketches into a contest, one might be chosen out of all. Luckily enough they are not judging their own work but, hoping that their sketches make a great impression on the judgers. Not only that, but it shows the variety of styles they can generate from one idea. Sculpting a miniature size Home Alone character is the last example. When sculpting out the face clay tends to manage well except small details at times. Even if they mess up a bit, finishing the whole figure first is important. Also getting a second point of view can assure their work is done right. Listening to their own remarks won’t get them anywhere, but from others it can
AP Lang & Comp
Wohlt Hour 8
Modern Artist and Ancient Philosopher
The two essays, “The Creative Process” by James Baldwin and “The Allegory of the Cave” by Plato, highlight the importance of a two people whose roles in society are very alike. Baldwin, in the midst of the Civil Rights Movement of the 60’s, writes about the artist in that time’s (still holding true for today) society, being the outcast and gateway for others. Plato writes an allegory shining light upon the duty…
from the poem Inferno. Many artist have tried to give a visual idea of what Dante's descriptions actually looked like. Most artist to create a visual representation for the first part of The Divine Comedy, created an artwork for each circle of hell, or for each canto in the poem. The Spanish artist, Salvador Dali, was one of many to do so. Salvador Dali drew a interesting representation of Virgil, Dante's guide, being asked for his help in Canto II. Another artist was the Italian Painter, Sandro…
very important to give each piece of artwork a unique identification number. With each piece of art there needs to also be the artist and locations where the art is displayed or stored. With the tracking of its location you know where the asset is at all times. This database makes it simple for the curator to analyze which pieces of art are in the museum and which artists are being displayed.
The problems that I can for see with his data base are duplicates. Duplicates can happen possibly when a piece…
combined stylistic creations of the early Renaissance. Many famous artists thrived in this period, producing beautiful artwork, of which much is considered masterpieces. This period of artistic flourish provided for some of the most famous artists in history including Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael, and Michelangelo.
Leonardo da Vinci is considered the most influential artist and thinker of this time. He, unlike many other artists, did not idealize nature. He had many interests in science and the…
Adobe Illustrator CS5 How-To Guide
Adobe® Illustrator ® CS5
La Comedie des Arts
by Emmanuel Romeuf
Emmanuel Romeuf lives and works in Paris, and takes his inspiration
from great artists of the past such as René Magritte. In the past year
his work has included aspects of typographic design, illustration,
photography, and set design.
His designs are characterized by a quirky humor and playfulness but
with truly amazing and thoughtful detail. His pieces can be found
Federal Writer’s Project, the Federal Theater Project, the Federal Art Project, and the Federal Music Project. Known collectively as Federal Arts Project Number One or “Federal One” for short – this initiative was intended to benefit both out-of-work artists and the general public. Yet, it encountered a number of points of difficulty and resistance – points that are deeply embedded in the structure of the state as patron in modern culture. For all of their progressive energies, each of the patronizing…
History of Graphic Design: Hutchings
April 5th, 2015
Effects of the Bauhaus
“The artist is an exalted craftsman. In rare moments of inspiration, transcending his conscious will, the grace of heaven may cause his work to blossom into art. But proficiency in his craft is essential to every artist. Therein lies the prime source of creative imagination.” — The Bauhaus Manifesto
After the Industrial Revolution it was apparent that the new technological advancements were going to continue…
GCSE ART SELF HELP GUIDE:
GCSE ART: SELF HELP BOOKLET
AIM: to act as a guide through the course and help you get the best grade possible.
OUTLINE OF THE COURSE
2 coursework projects
Each project is made up of a final piece of work (e.g. a painting, a print, a piece of pottery etc.) And Research work (sketches, notes, brainstorm, scrapbook etc.)
The 2 projects are:
MASKS (Includes a mock test)
You may choose to focus on two works by one artist, OR one work by each of two artists. You will be writing about the works that you choose within the socio-political context in which they were created, and staking a claim for why/how that art serves as a record of that specific time and/or that artist’s cultural moment.
That being said, you may choose to compare one work by each of two different artists in order to show their opposing reactions (or differing approaches)…