art appreciation

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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: Compare/Contrast the earthworks of the drawing, Hummingbird on the Nazca Plains in Peru and the Earth Mounds similar to the Serpent Mound with Smithson's Spiral Jetty and Jean Claude and Christo's Running Fence. What's similar? What's Different? What stands out to you about these works?

Look at Picture 2 and answer Question: What is the difference between Fine Art objects and the finely crafted art objects of jewelry and adornment objects like the Aztec Priest's headdress? What do you think about the distinction that separates them into hierarchical levels?

Look at Picture 3 and answer Question: Methods: Describe the difference between the reductive sculpture of Carpeaux's Dance and Segal's cast and assembled Depression Bread Line.

part 2

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

This week's unit holds the final group of visual art terms. Most of those terms define different types and mediums used in art making, graphic arts, graphic design, photography video, film and sculpture are all types of art making. They are areas where the technical demands and equipment are more specific. Edge qualities, chiaroscuro and perspective are visual art terms

short explanation should around 100 words each

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School: UT Austin



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Part 1
A look at picture 1 reveals several similarities with the earthworks of the hummingbird
on the Nazca Plains in Peru, the serpent mound with Smithson’s Spiral Jetty and Christo’s
running fence. The cup and ring marks on the earthworks in the picture closely resemble the
gigantic organic spiral created by Robert Smithson. The spirals in picture 1 look like a smaller
version of the great serpent mound. One of the ends of the serpent mound is coiled so that it
looks exactly like the cup and ring marks on the earthworks in picture 1. The Nazca lines located
in the Nazca desert consist of a series of lines which appear to create a humming bird. Though
they fail to show any close resemblance to the cup and ring earthworks, they share a similarity in
that the blend between the lines on the earthworks create patterns that are similar to living things.
Christo’s running fence also exhibits similarity with picture 1 as it appears like a slithering...

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