Known as the "Polka dot Queen ", Kusama started using polka dots and nets as motifs and created fantastic paintings in watercolors, pastels and oils as early as about ten years old. In 1957, she left Japan to the States and she exhibited large paintings, soft sculptures, and environmental sculptures using mirrors and electric lights in Seattle and New York. Yayoi Kusama is also good at using mirror and water to express her idea of Infinite propagation. From the time of her New York resident period to the present, mirrors have become one of the integral materials that she has used repeatedly.(p114, We love Yayoi Kusama) One of her early example is the Infinity Mirror Room（1965）这一个作品介绍不够Though
The Flower Seller was drawn by Diego Rivera in 1942. This painting is the most important painting for him. He depicts a young woman kneeling with a very large bundle of calalilies. Her clothes are simple. She is colorfully like a typical young.
The great Chicago was the biggest botheration ever. This has killed 300 souls there is legend Mrs. O’Leary was milking her cow and the cow kicked over and started the great Chicago fire but there is a another theory would you think Mrs. O’Leary did it well don't think she did do it. Mrs. O’Leary was a greedy woman she only cared about money. One day he money was taken away by the government then she wanted revenge on government. Mrs. O’Leary was on welfare and when the government found out that Mrs.O’Leary was selling milk the government put Mrs. O’leary off welfare then Mrs.O’Leary wanted revenge on the government.
General Purpose: To inform my audience about African historic culture) Specific Purpose: To inform my audience on the ancient Benin (Benin) culture and how it has evolved today Attention Getter: Did you know that everyone evolved from Africa? Researchers have examined the differences of the skulls and DNA of human remains from around the globe say their outcomes indicate present day people (Homo sapiens) having a solitary beginning in Africa.(Owen,2007)
The setting, of the story "Three Girls" takes place in Broadway and Twelfth in New York. It was a cold evening around 6pm, in March. The second part of the story is set in a bookstore called Stand Use books, at Fourteenth Street in New York, because these two girls are a book lover and called themselves a poet. In addition, protagonist mentions, "a woman nearly my height, was tall for a girl, in 1956" (96). This shows that the story happened in 1956 and it was their first time to see Marilyn Monroe real in person.
Over the summer about two weeks after school ended, my friends and I were hiking. My friend told us to rest on the rocks on our way to a cave. While we were resting on the rock we had a rattle and dint know what it was until it was near my friends foot. The rattlesnake was near my friends foot and when it rattle we looked around and saw the snake and we ran before it bit any of us. My friend ran so fast down the hill and ran for long time even though we were long gone from the snake.
I visited MoMA.org where Tarsila do Amaral’s Inventing Modern Art in Brazil was on display. Tarsila was born in Capivari, São Paulo, Brazil in 1886, and was the second of five children. Her father, José Estanislau do Amaral, was a wealthy plantation owner. During this period wealthy young ladies were not normally educated; however, Tarsila was encouraged by her family to educate herself. In 1900, when the family moved to Barcelona, Tarsila was enrolled in school where she impressed faculty by replicating images from the school’s collection.
Her name is Tara O’Nally, a sixty-three year old woman who reminds me a lot of my grandmother. She’s waiting for me to say something as I examine her arm. Her skin is soft, delicate in my fingers. Her big, blue eyes follow my gaze as I move up to her shoulder. I lift up her arm and see the hives.
The life and work of Dorothea Lange Dorothea Lange was an American Photographer and photojournalist. She was born in may 26,1895. She was known for her Depression era work for Farm security Administration. Her grand parents moved form Europe (Germany) to The united states for a better and more settled life. They found their new home where they decided to live.
The Mexican painter Frida Kahlo is a standout amongst the most imperative craftsmen of the twentieth century. Subsequent to being included in an auto crash, stayed at home to recuperate from a few wounds, critical occasion for the unfolding of her work of art. The point of this study was to present parts of the life story and life of Frida, looking for convergences between her craftsmanship and her difficult encounters. Frida Kahlo a Mexican self portrait artist born on July 1907 and died on July 1954 after beginning and building on a great vocation for herself. A cognate to feeling that women and men must be treated equipollent symbol/picture an astounding artist that has zealousness for her art and work, gave a reason to do something and