write for me in form i post it on file see the picture of art and do same rule, my name rawan jumah

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Name: _________________________________________________________

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GALLERY VISIT ASSIGNMENT

(Due: Wednesday, 5/3/17)

Choose from one of the art venues listed below:

❐ Begovich Gallery at CSUF

(Doorway to Joe: The Art of Joe Coleman

) — https://www.facebook.com/begovichgallery/

❐ OC Agricultural & Nikkei Heritage Museum at Fullerton Arboretum

(Seasons of the Arboretum: A Watercolor Exhibition

) —

http://fullertonarboretum.org/museum_nikkei_curren...

Select one of the works shown and take a photo of it

. Write a visual analysis of it by using

3 elements of art.

Please submit

hard copy of photo and worksheet or email them to me by 5/3/17.

Title of work: ___________________________________

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Name of artist: __________________

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Medium of selected work: __________

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Elements:

1.

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3.

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2

Explain why you sele

cted the piece. Discuss your gallery experience.

Provide an insight and your personal

interpretation of the artwork.

Questions to consider

— What do you like about the work? What attracted you to the piece you chose?

What effects did the work have on yo

u? Does the work leave you with questions? If so, what are they?

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FORMAL/VISUAL ANALYS

IS OF WORKS OF ART

A work of art is the product of the dynamic interrelationships between the various art elements and principles as the

artist utilizes them. As you engage with an artwork, ask yourself why the artist made such

choices. By considering the

elements and principles involved, you can make yourself look more closely at the work of art, and thus understand more

fully the artist’s intended vision, as well as noticing how the work reflects the time and place from where it came.

ELEMENTS OF ART

Line:

Do you see any outlines that define objects, shapes, or forms?

Are lines used to emphasize a direction (vertical, horizontal, diagonal)?

What do the lines communicate?

Do the lines express any emotions?

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?

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?

Does the artist’s choice of color create a certain mood?

What are the effects?

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?

Value:

Are there degrees of lightness and darkness in the work?

How does the artist use value in

his/her work?

Form:

Is the form geometric or organic?

Is the work freestanding (“in the round”)?

Is it a relief sculpture (bas-relief or high relief)? Explain why you consider it as a bas-relief or high relief?

Texture:

What is the actual texture on the surface of the object? Is it rough or smooth?

What is the implied texture?

Volume/Mass:

Has the artist used volume or

mass to express any feelings or to communicate any ideas?

Is the work’s volume closed or open?

Depth:

Did the artist use the following techniques to create depth

— size? overlapping and position? alternating value and

texture? If so, be specific in your explanation.

write for me in form i post it on file see the picture of art and do same rule, my name rawan jumah
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  Name: ______________________________________________________________________________ GALLERY VISIT ASSIGNMENT (Due: Wednesday, 5/3/17) Choose from one of the art venues listed below: ❐ Begovich Gallery at CSUF (Doorway to Joe: The Art of Joe Coleman) — https://www.facebook.com/begovichgallery/ ❐ OC Agricultural & Nikkei Heritage Museum at Fullerton Arboretum (Seasons of the Arboretum: A Watercolor Exhibition) — http://fullertonarboretum.org/museum_nikkei_current.php Select one of the works shown and take a photo of it. Write a visual analysis of it by using 3 elements of art. Please submit hard copy of photo and worksheet or email them to me by 5/3/17. Title of work: _________________________________________________________________________ Name of artist: ________________________________________________________________________ Medium of selected work: _______________________________________________________________   Elements:     1. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________     ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________     ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________     ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________     2. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________     ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________     ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________     ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________     3. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________     ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________     ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________     ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________         1     Explain why you selected the piece. Discuss your gallery experience. Provide an insight and your personal interpretation of the artwork. Questions to consider — What do you like about the work? What attracted you to the piece you chose? What effects did the work have on you? Does the work leave you with questions? If so, what are they? ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________     ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________     ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________   ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________     ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________     ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________     ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________   ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________       2     FORMAL/VISUAL ANALYSIS OF WORKS OF ART A work of art is the product of the dynamic interrelationships between the various art elements and principles as the artist utilizes them. As you engage with an artwork, ask yourself why the artist made such choices. By considering the elements and principles involved, you can make yourself look more closely at the work of art, and thus understand more fully the artist’s intended vision, as well as noticing how the work reflects the time and place from where it came. ELEMENTS OF ART Line: Do you see any outlines that define objects, shapes, or forms? Are lines used to emphasize a direction (vertical, horizontal, diagonal)? What do the lines communicate? Do the lines express any emotions? 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? 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? Does the artist’s choice of color create a certain mood? What are the effects? 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? Value: Are there degrees of lightness and darkness in the work? How does the artist use value in his/her work? Form: Is the form geometric or organic? Is the work freestanding (“in the round”)? Is it a relief sculpture (bas-relief or high relief)? Explain why you consider it as a bas-relief or high relief? Texture: What is the actual texture on the surface of the object? Is it rough or smooth? What is the implied texture? Volume/Mass: Has the artist used volume or mass to express any feelings or to communicate any ideas? Is the work’s volume closed or open? Depth: Did the artist use the following techniques to create depth — size? overlapping and position? alternating value and texture? If so, be specific in your explanation.     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) three-dimensional? Is the shape organic (seemingly from nature) or geometric? Are there any positive or negative 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? 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? 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, foreshortening of figures)? PRINCIPLES OF ART Emphasis/Subordination: The emphasis of a work refers to a focal point in the image or object. Subordination draws our attention away from particular areas of work. What is your eye drawn to? Does the artist create tension or intrigue us by creating more than one area of interest? Scale and Proportion: What is the size of all the forms and how do they relate proportionally to one another? Did the artist create objects larger in scale in order to emphasize them? Are objects located in the foreground, middle ground, or background? Is the artwork larger or smaller than you expected? Is it our size, or does it dwarf us? Balance: Balance is produced by the visual weight of shapes and forms within a composition. Balance can be symmetrical—in which each side of an artwork is the same—or asymmetrical. Radial balance is when the elements appear to radiate from a central point. Rhythm: Rhythm is created by repetition. What repeated elements do you see? Does the repetition create a subtle pattern, a decorative ornamentation? Or does it create an intensity, a tension? Does the rhythm unify the work, or does it, on the contrary, seem a group of disparate parts? Unity/Variety: Is the artwork unified or cohesive? How does the artist use the elements to achieve this? Or is there diversity in the use of elements that creates variety? How does the artwork combine aspects of unity and variety?  

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