She took this photograph with a front view directly facing her daughter. Mann was constantly photographing her children on their farm and this was part of that series. She loved to see the innocence of her children and being able to capture their true lives on the farm. her main priority is relating this to the viewer through her photographs of younger children. This photograph and others taken by sally Mann are
Beatrice Ricke, one of eleven children, was born in Spearville Kansas in 1920. Not long after she was born, her family moved to the Zenda Kansas area where she would live the rest of her life. The Great Depression caused her family to give up their farm and move into town. Beatrice was the third oldest of the eleven children. There were five boys and seven girls.
Georgia O’ Keeffke was born and raised on a farm in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin. She developed a love for art at a very young age, so much so that she studied at the Art Institute of Chicago from 1905 – 11906 as well as the Art Students League in New York from 1907 – 1908. She studied with artists such as William Merritt Chase, F. Luis Mora, and Kenyon Cox, in which she learned the techniques of traditional realist painting. However, in 1912, her artistic direction changed dramatically when she studied with Arthur Wesley Dow.
Mary wasted no time a year later she graduated from Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, Illinois. Mary was teaching at Kendall Institute in Sumter, SC when she met another teacher by the name Albertus. They married each and Mary birthed their son by the name of Albert McLeod Bethune o February 3, 1899. They lived in savannah, Georgia for a while until they relocated to Palatka, fl.
Annie attended Arthur E. Beach High School in Savannah, Georgia but she dropped out in the 9th grade to take care of her nieces and nephews while her older brothers and sister’s worked. When she was 17 years old Annie gave birth to her first child, a little girl. Annie’s aunt and uncle told her that they would help her raise the baby because she was young at the time but they took the child,
Her paintings are like cheerful laughers on a beautiful day. As with other years, Baltimore Art, Antique & Jewelry Show laid out the red carpets for guests and collectors. The red carpet paved the path to amazing artworks by old masters and exceptional young artists. Kendal Fine Art was a major point of attraction for art collectors and art lovers who were interested in the works of old and new masters.
Betty Marie, born on 1925, growing up in Oklahoma. When Betty was a little child she would listen to her grandmother stories. Are grandmother would tell her the stories about fire spirits and animals. So Betty wanted to get out of her shell and do something different. She wanted to do ballet and loved it.
Because of her photographs, her sister was given uplifting feedback from her peers that boosted her self-confidence. “Seeing how much this has helped my sister has inspired me to help others and has made this subject near and dear to me,”said Gould. Her eye for natural beauty has not gone unnoticed. Photographs of Gould’s have been chosen to hang in the 2015-2016 AP art exhibit, and her work has won her the Norrick Art Center award from Oklahoma City University as well as two gold keys (one for her portfolio and one for a single submission) and three silver keys from the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.
O’Keeffe always tried to see nature and other commonly painted objects differently, which is one major reason she changed artwork for men and women in future years. The Dow Method is a major reason O 'Keeffe 's paintings are so famous today, even the emotion O’Keeffe was able to put into a simple picture of a rabbit next to a copper pot had already gotten her so far. O’Keeffe played a key role in bringing American art to Europe (Fallon 23). Furthermore, her emotionally touching paintings spoke to men and women all over which caused many more women to feel able to become painters and not just school art teachers. O’Keeffe’s rising to fame in the 1920’s changed the attitude towards woman joining art schools (“Woman in the Early to Mid-20th Century (1900-1960):
The barn use to be run down with the Mail Pouch painted on the sign, now it is bright pink. The painted the one sign of the the barn bright pink and put stuff on that side to do with Breast Cancer Awareness. I like this piece of art work for two reason it stands for something that means a lot to me and it gives Gallipolis Ferry/ Apple Grove some modernization with the bright color. In conclusion, there are many different art pieces within Mason County.
The medium was oil paint on a canvas, which had a good a effect on the tree. In grade 6 my class was shown a picture of the jack pine for landscape painting inspiration, once I saw it the image got stuck in my head. The colors collaborated where very interesting and the tree looked so realistic. Canadians should really know this famous piece because its transforming.
The painting that really caught my eyes while waking through Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art at St. Gregory was Reading the Letter by a twentieth century artist named, Harry Roseland. During the twentieth century genre painting became a huge deal and artist starting showing more and more. This allowed the artist to tell a story Roseland was self- taught and really enjoyed depicting old and poor African Americans. The reason Roseland loved painting these Post Civil War African Americans was because it was a topic that was going unnoticed.
The piece of Art, Smiling Girl, a Courtesan Holding an Obscene Image, painted by Gerrit van Honthorst in 1625 can be seen at the Saint Louis Art Museum. I was initially drawn to this image from across the gallery mostly due to the subject’s bright red dress with gold sleeves, it was one of the brightest colored images in the gallery. It is about three feet tall and two feet wide, it is an oil on canvas painting. As i approached the image, I was still intrigued as the image she is holding is of a naked man facing away, the subject in the painting seems to get enjoyment from this. To me this piece of art makes me curious, I want to know who this woman was and why she is holding that image.
In my opinion, this painting looks like it is from early in the morning. The picture does not look crystal clear so I think it was foggy out when the picture was taken. Charles Dickerson uses warm colors to create a happy feel. Soft
Jack would do anything for Grace and he loved her. Grace also loved Jack but neither admitted to it. Grace was obsessed with the nature on Earth and loved all of the diversity. She always wanted more colorful assets so she turned flowers different colors like roses or dandelions. Jack wanted to make Earth more colorful for her also so he had to think of something that nobody else had done before.