During the trend, many artists rose including Church with the landscape paintings. Everyone was urbanizing and it was rare to find such a serene place like Catskill, New York. Church made it happen when he attended art school while being a student of Thomas Cole, who was also an emerged artist from the 1800s. This painting is oil on canvas and it was painted by the Hudson River.
The costume of each character is shown very obviously in the scene when Dorothy met them. For Glinda Witch of the North, her costume looks white pretty brighten and she looks like an angel. For Wicked Witch of the West, her costume is green-representing bad thing- ugly and a look of a bad guy.
Andy Warhol was a artist who worked with many different forms of art such as painting, film making, photography, drawing, and more. He thrived in the 1960’s pop art scene, but began his claim to fame in the 1950’s when he was an illustrator for ads and magazines. Andy Warhol truly changed the way art is today. Andy Warhol saw beauty and art in the simplest of things, such as in a Campbell's Chicken Noodle Soup cans, now because of Warhol’s artistic vision the world will forever be changed for the better. Warhol died in 1987 and he is just growing in popularity since his death.
In the short story The Scarlet Ibis, the author declares that a bridge exists between the color red and the suffering of life through a variety of allegories. And it’s intuitive: what first comes to mind when one hears red? What correlates with red is blood. Doodle is the first to notice a suffering bird outside in the garden. “How many miles it had traveled to die like this, in our yard, beneath the bleeding tree.
Salt & Truth Analysis The Photographer Shelby Lee Adams captures the photographs of Appalachian Families and enjoys his work. In Adams’ Artist Statement, he himself writes that, “Every summer, travelling through the mountains photographing, I am somehow able to renew and relive my childhood. I love these people, perhaps that is it, plain and simple.” Shelby Lee Adams in his “Salt & Truth” collection captures pictures of Appalachian families in black and white.
my favorite part of this piece is the man laying in the other mans arms. He studied at New York Art Students League in1929. In 1943, he began shift to learn abstract art. In 1947, the use of "drip painting" began to spread large canvases onto the ground, splashing the paint onto the canvas with small boxes, rods, or brushes drilled in holes. His artworks does not advance planning, without stationary position, he likes to walk around the canvas at random, with repeated unconscious movements,
In BiBibbidi Bobbidi Boo from the movie Cinderella (Disney 1950) it contains a strong theme of metamorphosis. Metamorphosis is described as the process of transformation from a certain form into a different type of object or from. Just like in the movie, Cinderella has become a wealthy looking princess from a ragged maid. The first time we witness metamorphosis is when the god mother waves her wand at a pumpkin and white sparkles are produced. As she starts her song the sparkles come out of her wand making their way towards the pumping accompanied with a drum roll.
authors. In an interview with Tom Bodett,host of Loose Leaf Book Company, asked what daily work was like. David said “Oh boy. Get up, get the kids breakfast and get them off to school. Then, work and on days where I 'm trying to work on the concept of a story
Story time was always something to look forward to when going over to my grandparents house. Every time my younger brother and I visited my grandparents, we were in for a treat as my grandpa told us stories of his time during WW2, and even going back further to the Enlightenment Period, the crusades, explorations, etc. “I wonder what grandpa is going to tell us today.” Joshua, my younger brother said- anticipation embedded on his face. After a couple of minutes driving we reached our destination - a brightly yellow painted house, with a big front yard that houses so many family of flowers, and a flag pole with the flag of the United States proudly sailing in the air.
This year marked the eighth time that our wonderful and eccentric history teacher, Mr. Toby Harms, has journeyed across the country in search of greater knowledge. The program that has allowed him to travel to places such as Wyoming, New York, Kansas, Mississippi, Missouri, Washington, and now Ohio, is called the National Endowment for the Humanities or NEH. This program accepts thousands of applicants for one workshop, but only 40-60 candidates are chosen. This year 's workshop sent Mr. Harms to the Hopewell National Historical Park in Ohio to study the Ohio Mound Builders. He chose this particular workshop because they discussed the similarities and differences between the Ohio Mounds and Cahokia Mounds, which he covers in several of his classes.
The title of the picture I chose was The Good Shepard. It was a picture in chapter nine with an artist that is unknown. This picture took place in about 300AD. It was founded in one of the largest catacombs in Rome, the catacombs of Domitilla. when the sculpture was founded the legs were cut off, so those were restored by the Greeks at the time, so the sculpture stands about three feet tall.