As an up and coming art critic walking in to the Carnegie Museum of Art, my eyes flitter from painting to sculpture to every medium of art in my sight. My eyes continue to be briefly captured by multiple art pieces until I come across a pitch dark room, with a singular video playing. The sign outside the room indicates the film is called Sidewinder’s Delta and it is by Pat O’Neill and it came out in 1976. I take a mental note to research more about the director and the film itself. The large, empty seeming room is intriguing so I walk a bit closer and peek inside.
She states “we all often feel like we are pulling teeth” when it comes to constructing and composing a piece of work (Lamott 468). This simile makes Lamott feel more relatable to the reader because this is a feeling that most inexperienced and discouraged writers go through. Saying things like “feel despair and worry settle on my chest like an x-ray apron” only connects the reader to Lamott even more (Lamott 469). Once the reader becomes engaged and forms a connection with what the writer is saying and feeling, continuing to read the essay is easy. At this point the reader wants to know what can be done to shake the feelings of “despair and worry” when it comes to
When I first walked into the museum it was facing the door way with a smile and big blue eyes. When I went to go to the next room near the shelf where the doll was instead of facing the door the doll’s head was turned in the direction I was standing; I stood there frozen in fear. The culture and history of them was interesting, but having so many spirit trapping devices in one place doesn’t give out good vibes. Overall the Museum was cool and one of the weirdest yet interesting places in North Philadelphia. It’s kept kids of the street mostly because they like going in to see how ugly all the dolls were and who they could compare them to.
In the beginning, she doesn’t really touch the wallpaper in anyway. She sits there and analyzes the wallpaper trying to discover something in the wall that doesn’t exists. The author hyperbolizes the amount of times the narrator looked over the wallpaper, claiming it was for the thousandth time. Gilman does this to express that the narrator is sitting there looking over the wallpaper again and again trying to find something different about it or understand what the wallpaper means. The Narrator goes into great depth about how the lighting is in the room and how it affects her surroundings.
The once lively streets of Pennsylvania couldn’t hear shoes clicking against a creaky wooden staircase. The only noise that could be heard in this abandoned ghost town was the sound of a long dress sweeping against the floors of a once prosperous journalist’s home. Only the locked up homes would listen to the drawn out sigh from Mother Smith. But the only person who could hear her thoughts was herself. The town was so alive then.
I look like shit, so that can’t be it. Money? I don’t have any credits to pay-” “I understand your caution,” Thane interrupts as he folded his arms together. “Be assured that helping you is a conscious choice that I have done out of pity for an innocent. Nothing more.” “Altruism?
However, while there are artworks that are appropriate for this, some artworks are not. ‘The Lottery’ falls into the former category. To begin with, the story lacks information. It sounds like a weakness, but it isn’t. As ‘The Lottery’ is a short story, the author doesn’t expound each and every detail.
THE OFFICE SPEC SCRIPT Where does my spec script fit into the actually series? The Office is a half-hour comedy, making it a procedural series, not a serialised series. So what does this mean? It means that in The Office there is no large or overrunning storyline that is constantly present or hinted at each episode and also throughout the entire series. Instead each episode of The Office is self-contained, not influencing the episodes before or after.
Impressionist: The unique styles of Impressionism Beginning in the 17th century in France what was known as the Impressionist, swept away individuals with their paintings. These paintings were known to have a smooth surface with no visible brush strokes and was seen as being so life like it resembled a photograph. “Impressionist Masters” made sure to include this beautiful work while showing the work of each Impressionist. As these paintings became widely known and sought after a gallery was opened to showcase the work of each artist known as the Salon. The Salon was created and used through the local academy, which placed strict stimulations on what art work was accepted into the Salon.
The museum does live up to its mission statement, it teaches the visitors what it was like to live as a Jewish person before, during, and after the Holocaust. While the museum has only a few benches for the visitors to rest in within the galleries, a visitor can find comfortable seating outside the restroom and gift shop. The engagement of the museum can be seen in different ways. At the time of my visit, the museum has only one interactive electronic piece. Despite this lack of interactivity, it still is engaging for the visitor.
As I pulled up to the Loaf N Jug located at 933 North Center, I noticed the exterior of the building was dark and the Loaf N Jug sign was not on. The interior was bright and they were open but it did not appear that way from a distance. The entrance was very appealing, clean and welcoming. It did not have cases of bottled water or firewood stacked along the walkway and the windows were unobstructed. When I entered the store, there were two (2) customers waiting in line and one (1) customer at the drink fountain.
The private sanctuary of Alexander Kees Bomgardner is one of solitude, one that has revealed it 's secrets to only those who need know what lays inside. The sleeping quarters, with the minimum space needed for each inhabitant along with a few personal effects and garbs. Identity Wall fills near half of the wall space, under which the sanctuary 's writing desk resides. The history of the inhabitants are held on the Shelves of Childhood Passed, alongside the currently used Tools Present. All of these sections, however, pale in comparison to the Shrine.
Meade the first sitter in a portrait that I saw that looked like himself; He had uncombed hair and was sitting in a mess of an office. He wasn’t trying to impress anybody and I admired that. The purpose of my portrait is to illustrate the person I see myself as and am strive to be. My portrait should pique the interest of the prospective viewer just as the disgruntled portrait of Richard Meade captured my curiosity.
Coming to terms with learning how to follow a crowd and stand out at the same time took a lot of trial and error, especially throughout my work. Yet, because of the introductory courses I took, I knew how to showcase my skills in a uniform aspect while still having my art stand out. Because of the useful lesson I learned from not only my art classes, but the extracurricular activities I participated in I was able to reach a virtuous point for me to not be apprehended and have the ability to move
It’s lack of lighting and small size made it much cooler than the rest of the factory, which allowed me to catch my breath. When my vision adjusted to the darkness, I scanned the room for anything I could use to dust off the now dirtied shirtwaists. There were dusty crates filled with fabric scraps and broken sewing machines. Among the junk, however, I noticed the small, red book embroidered with a beautiful golden fabric. It was not much larger that my hand, and there was nothing written in the book, just the initials “JDR” embroidered on the binding.