Art 21 essay about kerry James Marshall

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Hint: Artist Pages, Teaching/Learning Lesson Plans, Artist Links helpful in your exploration and discovery, planning and writing of your essay. Be sure and cite your research.


Coverpage/Works Cited page

4-6 pages typed



12 point type size

Inserted pictures of artist’s work on coverpage and within text

5-8 sources documented including poetry

MLA formal documentation and Works Cited page

Audience: People who need to get out to museums and read poetry more today than ever.

CAUTION: Beware…do not “lift” from your sources…this is plagiarism and you will be penalized !!

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Art 21 Essay: Kerry James Marshall
Art is a form of expression regarding various concepts including emotions, messages, or the
depiction of relevant topics in society. A lot of the times, art presents multiple experiences
occurrent in a society’s or individual’s life.

Vignette #2. Artist: Kerry James Marshall. Location: Chicago Art Insititute. 2008.
Vignette #2 painted and displayed in 2008 is a form of expression of art by Kerry James
Marshall is an image of an African American father having a wonderful time with the daughter.
The word love spreads down the painting while the love symbol is shown drives the massage of
the love the father and the daughter jointly share. Art expression vigorously walks hand in hand
with the influencers in certain manners. Marshall’s influence over his work strongly resides on
the African American identity (Rowe, 14). The much control from his hometown, Los Angeles
prompted the artist to focus on portraying the best images regarding the African American
culture despite the negativity associated with the culture.
Kerry James Marshall’s Background
Marshall’s life began in Birmingham, Alabama on October 17, of 1955. However, his early
childhood remained spent in South Central Los Angeles. The Watts neighborhood was home to
Marshall from a young age. The interesting fact about the period when Marshall lives in L.A. is
that the Civil Rights and Black Power movements originated from the region during the same

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period Marshall was a young man. As a young man, the changes influenced a lot the young
man’s works. Marshall strived to use dark colors on his paintings that mostly represented the
movement leaders of the time (Erickson, 120). The quest of the young man was to break the
stereotype surrounding black people involving crime and injustice. Marshall mostly painted
African American men in an unconventional manner to portray love rather than hate or evil.
The notion of expressing the positive side of the African American culture by Kerry James
Marshall continued up to the 1...

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