art aprreciation

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part 1

Look at three pictures that I upload and answer three discussion questions

Each discussion should around 200 words.

Do not use any source from internet, do not plagiarism

Look at Picture 1 and answer Question: Why do artists use stories along with the purely visual information in their art work?

Look at Picture 2 and answer Question: Compare some of the different mediums artists use to make work. What artistic medium do you see the most often? Have you seen any artwork made with surprising materials?

Look at Picture 3 and answer Question: Describe what you might find in an art work that would fall under the term: visual dynamics.

part 2

choose two pictures yourself from internet and post 2 images with a short explanation about how each relates to :

The classification of medium is introduced in this weeks reading. Painting, drawing, printmaking are all mediums used by artists to record their messages. Artists can use two dimensional or three dimensional mediums. And the ephemeral work of installation and performance have entered our crowded world. Art does not need to be permanent, it can be expressed, its reality captured in written accounts and photographic images. In those documentations the art work continues to "exist".

each short explanation around 100 words

art aprreciation
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Artists make use of stories with information that is purely visual in their art like the Robert
Indiana Love as a way of adding more to their work. This strategy directly adds another way for
the audience and the people generally to have a deeper connection with the piece and grasp the
inner details of what the artist aims or tries to portray. The viewer is thus kept interested and
attentive to the piece. LOVE is Indiana’s most celebrated and recognized piece which was done in
1966. LOVE just like the “make love not war” slogan of the 1960s confounded the world of art
with its art and word conflation, its visual resemblance to advertising and its simplicity which was
reductive. The people saw the piece as a countercultural freedom symbol despite the fact that the
slanting ‘O’ was an implied critique of the hollow mentality and precariousness that is most times
associated with love. Stories, in addition, are used as way of keeping a record and remembering
history so that the verbal scenario o...

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