The Arts Of Russia

Russian Art, Music and Literature The Arts play a large role in the expression of inner thoughts and beauty in life. From dance and music to art the concept of life is shown through the various ways in which we interpret it. The arts play a valued role in creating cultures and developing and documenting […]

The arts in Italian Renaissance

The Italian Renaissance was a very difficult time period in European history. The arts were flourishing, while the city-states in Italy fought bloody battles with each other and within themselves. Bribery and murder were not uncommon tools for men to use when they wanted power. Meanwhile those same rulers patronized the arts a great deal […]

Computer Generated Visual Arts

There exist two main types of computer generated imagery with the simplest being the two dimensional computer graphics. This reflects how an artist may make their drawings using a pencil on a piece of drawing paper. However, these are not done by hand anymore. The image is often on the computer screen and the material […]

Constraints on Artists

Constraints on artists influence what they do and make. Throughout the history of art Artists like Frida Kahlo, Artemisia Gentileschi, Van Gogh …. all experienced constraints throughout their life which lead them to be the artists they are today. Constraints define each individual artist. Anything could be classified as a constraint in somebody’s life but […]

George Segal, the Founder of Pop Art

Sculptor extraordinaire George Segal made a huge impression on American still life art and the Pop Art Era. Segal was born in New York City, in 1924. His family moved to South Brunswick, New Jersey where Segal was raised on a chicken farm. Living in New Jersey led to Segal attending Rutgers University, where he […]

Contemporary Art

In this paper I am going to discuss the relationship I see in the current issue or dilemma and propose solutions. There are many things that I would not agree with or I do not think are right or simply cannot find that some aspects of our creative culture are being supported as they should. […]

Elizabeth I, Textiles and Decorative Arts in the Period of Elizabeth I

Elizabeth Tudor, daughter of King Henry VIII of England and his second wife, Anne Boleyn, was born September 7, 1533 at Greenwich Palace near the English capital city of London. She was half-sister to Edward VI and Mary Tudor, later to be called Bloody Mary, and third in line behind them to inherit the throne […]

Teaching in the arts and an integrated curriculum

1. What are some major arguments that Martin Comte raises in his chapter about the benefits of a multi-arts curriculum? In you opinion, can you for-see any problems teaching the arts using this approach? For children, art is mostly a process rather than a product. The artful experience provides them to explore on different things […]

The Detroit Institute of Arts

The Museum I chose to visit was the Detroit Institute of Arts in Detroit, Michigan. The DIA hours of operation is; Wednesday and Thursday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m., Friday 10 a.m. – 10 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. The day I visited the museum admission was free to […]

Midnight Ride of Paul Revere

This will be evaluating the way in which Grant wanted the public to view this art work. This is how he imagined Paul Revere in the event of the Revolutionary War when he was a child. I will be explaining the meaning behind colors and values used as well as other identifying elements in the […]

Open Network: Brooklyn

“Open Network: Brooklyn” is an exhibition of sculpture, paintings, and mixed media art featured at the Ampersand International Arts, located at 1001 Tennessee St in San Francisco. In the gallery’s mission statement, they maintain that they exhibit contemporary art exclusively from passionate and creative mid-career artists for the purpose of promoting and nurturing them through […]

Comparison and Differentiation of Surrealism and Cubism

Humans are creature that represents astounding intellect, emotion/s and use of language. The expression of these characteristics provides humans the capability of judgment and understanding. Nonetheless, it is natural for all forms of life to cope with their surrounding, thus, humans stay forever in flux with his environment. Such changes can best be seen in […]

Arts and Craft

The Arts and Crafts movement was a British and American aesthetic movement occurring in the last years of the 19th century and the early years of the 20th century. Inspired by the writings of John Ruskin and a romantic idealization of the craftsman taking pride in his personal handiwork, it was at its height between […]

Decorative arts

Decorative arts are traditionally defined as works in ceramics, wood, glass, glass, metal or textile. The field includes ceramics, furniture, furnishing, interior design, and architecture. The decorative arts are often categorized in opposition to the “fine arts” namely painting, drawing, and photography, and large scale sculpture. Some distinguish between decorative and fine arts based on […]

Banksy’s Artwork in Detroit

Banksy arrived in Detroit and created 4 pieces on various walls, in various locations around the increasingly troubled city. It is important to note from the beginning, that not one of the pieces Banksy created during his time in Detroit survives today. While a small sliver of one of the pieces – this one in […]

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