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Amon carter museum of American Art in fort worth.

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I put three image chose two of them , and you have to write three pages to four pages the maximmoum .

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The Art Experience The skill of evaluating an artwork is a commonly assigned task for students in the arts. Often, just taking the time to look at a work of art in-depth will reveal a variety of clues and concepts that are not seen upon first glance. Many professionals evaluate these works and the exhibitions they are shown in regularly in order to better place them into context for non-professional viewers. Organizing this information over what you have seen in the work and presenting it clearly and logically is the first step to better understanding art. For this course, students will participate in a signature assignment titled The Art Experience. This assignment will consist of a short formal object analysis paper over an artwork on view at a gallery or museum, as well as a short review of their experience overall. This visit is part of the grade for the The Art Experience and is essential to understanding the assignment. It provides the student with new and different avenues of how to view the art world and its community, in terms of its ability to organize and present artworks for display, to showcase both its technical aesthetic qualities and beauty, as well as how to examine the artforms according to the concepts they have learned in class. At this visit, students will be able to discuss the museum and ask any pertinent questions over the assignment. Formatting Requirements and Due Dates: The Art Experience will be assigned and discussed Tuesday, January 17th, 2017. Each paper must be typed in Times New Roman, 12pt font, and in double-spaced paragraphs. All images must be printed in color. This assignment is due as a printed hardcopy on Tuesday, April 11th, 2017 at the beginning of our class time at 5:30pm. No late or tardy papers will be accepted without emergency medical documentation. ** All work done for this course must be original and no student is allowed to use previously written or revised papers/assignments from past courses. No late papers will be accepted unless emergency documentation can be provided to support the request.** Structure of the Paper: 1) Title Page/Cover Sheet for your Report: This establishes a professional look for your work. It should contain the name of your choice of experience, the Title of your report, the Date of your report, and the Author (you). See Example below: UTSA Gallery The Portraits of Lucian Freud: Mind’s Eye View Oct. 31st, 2016 Cheryl Mitchell 2) Image Presentation: There should be 2 images submitted for this assignment: 1) an image provided of you at the event that you choose to attend with the artwork you intend to analyze and 2) an image of the artwork you intend to write over by itself. This second image is used as a visual aid that accompanies your experience and supplies the reader with a better idea of what is being discussed and can support important details of your analysis. Place these images on a List of Images after the Bibliography. Always remember NO FLASH!!! Each image should be supported by a caption prefaced by Figure Number (Ex. Fig. 1, Fig. 2, etc…). The main image of the artwork should have a full traditional caption that includes: 1) the Full name of the artist who created the work, 2) the Title of the artwork, 3) the date that it was created, 4) the medium of the work, 5) and the dimensions. Students should use the museum or gallery label as a guide for this information. If not all of this is provided, it is suggested that you ask for help from either gallery/ museum attendant or your professor. 3) What to write about: This portion of the paper will cover a selection of the formal elements that are used to design and create an artwork. Students should look at the work in a detailed manner and explain how these elements are used and what they look like in the artwork. Elements of Art to include are: Line: Do you see any outlines that define objects, shapes, or forms? Are lines used to emphasize a direction (vertical, horizontal, diagonal) to create a composition? Describe the important lines: are they straight or curved, short or long, thick or thin? How do you think the artist utilized line to focus attention on certain objects, forms, or people? Are any invisible lines implied? For example, is a hand pointing, is the path of a figure’s gaze creating a psychological line, or is linear perspective used? Do the lines themselves have an expressive quality, as in Van Gogh’s Starry Night? Light: If the work is a two-dimensional object, is a source of light depicted or implied? Is the light source natural or artificial? Do the shadows created by the light appear true to life, or has the artist distorted them? In what way does he or she depict such shadows—through line, or color? If the object shown is threedimensional, how does it interact with the light in its setting? How do gradations of shadows and highlights create form or depth, emphasis or order in the composition? Color: Which colors are predominantly used in this depiction? If the object is black and white, or shades of gray, did the artist choose to do this because of the media he or she was working in, or do such shades create a certain mood or effect? Color can best be described by its hue, tone, and intensity (the hue is its basic shade, for example blue or red). Does the artist’s choice of color create a certain mood? Does he or she make use of complementary colors—red/green, violet/yellow, blue/orange—or analogous ones (those next to each other on the color wheel)? Does the artist utilize colors that are "warm" or "cool"? In which, parts of the work? Is atmospheric perspective—in which cool colors recede, creating a blurred background, and warm, clear colors fill the foreground—used here? Shape: What shapes do you see? If the work has a flat surface, are the shapes shown on it two-dimensional, or are they made to appear (illusionistically) threedimensional or volumetric? If the work is a three-dimensional object, how volumetric is its shape? Is it nearly flat, or does it have substantial mass? Is the shape organic (seemingly from nature) or geometric (composed of regular lines and curves)? Can you see any implied shapes? In representations of people, how does shape lend character to a figure? Are these figures proud or timid, strong or weak, beautiful or grotesque? Time and motion: Does the artwork in some way communicate the passage of time? For example, it may tell a story or narrate a series of events. Consider whether the work involves motion (implied or actual) in any way. Remember that even a static artwork, such as a painting or a sculpture, can express motion. Texture: What is the actual texture on the surface of the object? Is it rough or smooth? What is the implied texture? Are patterns created through the use of texture? Space: How does the form created by shape and line fill the space of the composition? Is there negative, or empty, space without objects in it? If the artwork is three-dimensional, how does it fill our space? Is it our size, or does it dwarf us? If the piece is two-dimensional, is the space flat, or does it visually project into ours? How does the artist create depth in the image (by means of layering figures/objects, linear perspective, atmospheric perspective, isometric perspective, foreshortening of figures)? Summary with personal insights: Briefly summarize the points you want to make regarding your experience at this event. How does this experience compare to those you have had with art before? Is it what you were expecting, more, or less? Citations and Bibliographies: Students should create a Bibliography that lists both the textbook and the museum/ gallery signage referenced in your discussion and analyzation of the artwork chosen. Students MUST create in-text citations in the Chicago Style with footnotes or endnotes (your choice). All sources and report papers will be examined against the information available by the museum/gallery/exhibitions to cross-reference for accuracy in the report, as well as, to check for plagiarism and appropriate source referencing. Do NOT re-use the words of others; do NOT echo the words of others. Reiterate the facts and statements of importance in your own words. This is an assignment to help students learn to use their own voices when speaking and writing about artifacts and art objects. **Students are expected to create a Bibliography that lists both the Textbook and the Museum or Gallery Signage and to cite those sources within the The Art Experience Paper with In-Text Chicago Style Citations. Students who submit a paper without BOTH of these requirements (In-Text Chicago Style Citations and a Bibliography) will receive a ZERO (o) for their incomplete submission. Any student who only supplies only one (either the in-text citations without a Bibliography ~or~ only a Bibliography without in-text citations) will receive no higher than a C (70) minus any miscellaneous technical deductions they accrue. Laziness and lack of concern over these requirements will not result in a favorable grade or be excused from possible consequences over Plagiarism.** ...
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a) Ease 1887
The work of art is by William M. Harnett. He is an American artist who lived between
the years 1848-1892. The work of art is found in Armon Carter Museum, Fowrth Worth in Texas
State. The subject of ease includes a collection of objects that give the audience a portrait of the
man who started the work of art. This work gives information about some of the valuable items
of this man’s time. Harnett was commissioned to do this work by James T. Abbe who is a
wealthy businessman in Massachusetts (Conrads 112). He commissioned Harnett to do the work
from his library.
Except for the flute that Harnett has also used in his other works of art, most oof the
items in this work belonged to James. James T. Abbe owned the Holyke Envelope Company and
was also the president of the company that made publications of the Springfield Daily Union. In
this work, there is an envelope placed at the center of the painting. The work also contains a
newspaper which symbolizes other business interests that Abb...

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