The first work of art that I am going to analyze, titled Smokey, is an example of 3D art. The artist, Luke Sides, used the additive casting technique of sculpting to created his cast iron bust. It is on display in The Arts Gallery at Collin College. This year 's exhibition, titled The Arts Faculty, was visited on September 5th. This sculpture is representational, and it 's form is portrayed on a large scale that is out of proportion when compared to the presumed size of what it represents.
Athena- Goddess of Wisdom, Military Victory, and Womanly Arts Athena, goddess of wisdom, military victory, and womanly arts. She was a patron of Athens and was the half sister of Hercules. Originally Athena was pre-eminently the goddess of the city, the protector of civilized life, of handicraft, and agriculture.
Loomis Fargo Robbery Kevin Beal San Diego State University Introduction There are many robberies registered in the history of America, but the Loomis Fargo Robbery is known to be the second largest robbery in the United States. The robbery was committed by David Scott Ghantt who was the vault supervisor and accomplices Kelly Campbell, Steve Chambers, Michelle Chambers, Michael Gobies, and other four members. They robbed $17.3 million in cash and the crime was committed in Charlotte, North Carolina. The theory that will be used to analyze this event is the Routine Activity Theory. This theory developed by Felson and Cohen says that there are three elements necessary for a crime to occur.
The art piece, Freak Chicoreus Ramosus, by Laura Magbee immediately caught my eye when I entered the art gallery. The colors of the piece are vibrant and bright which I was attracted to. The work is also round which stoop out among the rectangular shaped pieces that made up the bulk of the gallery. At first glance, Freak Chicoreus Ramosus looks like you are looking through a strange hole and through that hole you can see a beach with a person lounging wearing a pink sunhat. The fact that the hole is framed in dark red evokes images of the womb and birth.
Eos was a Titaness and the Greek goddess of the dawn. She is portrayed as a winged goddess who would rise each morning from her home near the edge of Oceanus and ride her chariot across the sky, thus bringing in the dawn. Her chariot was pulled by two horses, as described by Homer’s Iliad. The names of the horses were Lampus and Phaethon. Eos is commonly described as having a rosy appearance, with rosy fingers, a light, and a flowing pink gown woven with flowers.
life whatever be its age” Behind the imposing structure of the Massachusetts’s State House, amidst the reek of governance and corruption, there lies a memorial in the Ashburton Park Entrance. With the glistening golden dome reflecting on it, the memorial is often ignored in bustling Beacon Hill. Acting as an area of serenity, the Massachusetts’s Fireman’s Memorial is a tremendous dedication to those who serve. On September 11th, 2007 the Massachusetts’s Fireman’s Memorial was unveiled, “As a tribute to the spirit, courage, and dedication of past, present, and future firefighters.”
Aphrodite goddess of love, desire and beauty. Apollo god of music Ares god of war Artemis goddess of chastity, virginity,of the moon, and moon. Athena goddess of reason, intelligent activity, art.
Once, there was a woman who claimed that her identity is like the spirit of Caesar. She was raped when she was nineteen, and public condemned her of losing her virtue, even though virtue is not a woman’s consumable good that can be achieved by purity or lost by accident. This reaction is similar to that of a school teacher in the poem of Martín Espada, My Native Costume. In the poem, the teacher asks the writer to wear traditional costume for the students even though the writer defines himself as a lawyer. She is full of prejudice that the Puerto Rican people will always wear traditional clothes, but she rather thinks that she is doing a good job for her students while saying “the children want to see a native costume” (Espada).