It took many Christmas's and begging to Santa Clause to get me one, but finally it happened. They rewarded me with a brand new, still in the box, had not even been activated yet, iPhone 5. It took them five generations to get me one, but at the time I did not have one complaint. With my iPhone and the use of the internet, I felt like I was on top of the world. Along with the internet came my obsession with Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat.
Now it is so much easier and quicker to reach out to those who live far from us. I can call my family whenever I want to and wherever I want to. The Internet also uses Wifi and now people could use it so much quicker than what it used to be. Wifi had a big impact on us winning World War 2. Thanks to Hedy Lamar and the frequency hopper we aren 't under Hitler 's rule.
The way the figures have an expressionistic quality makes Catharsis more of a painterly image than that of American Civilization. The bodies are not mimed perfectly and are twisted. When looking at this piece there is a sense of desperation. To be able for humanity to see its flaws, Orozco uses mastery of movement and color in his murals. At time his art can give off an eerie feeling due to his use of expressionism.
The classical nude is a staple of many Renaissance works such as the one of Adam and Eve shown it class. Perhaps more important though, is the sense of realism, and attention payed to anatomical correctness, these are ideals that slowly reemerged during the Renaissance. King says that Michelangelo used models to get the correct anatomical correctness for the Fresco, this shows that the patron was willing to spend more money which is another Renaissance theme. In addition to the things portrayed, the way the art is painted is possibly the most defining characteristic of Renaissance art. Renaissance art is painted with very vibrant colors, King spends a great deal of time discussing the pigments for the colors, such as Aquamarine from Florace.
Even though there are abstract paintings, these paintings are still influenced by the teachings and ideas of art the artist possesses. At some point in this artistic expression. Chris had to decide if he would have this figure in this painting. Chris had to decide if the figure would play a role in the expression of the painting. These paintings are realistic to our reality because we come into this world with no defined goal, but as we grow into a our person, we see certain patterns and make certain decisions leading to our final masterpiece as a
When the idea that tools were used to create this effect, the majestic wonder is almost striped from the oil painting. This is because it leaves viewers feeling like they have been cheated. That the beauty of the piece has been taken away. With Tim’s almost effortless version of “The Music Lesson” the audience begins to hesitate on the dexterity of the painting, and even begin to question Vermeer. The authentic nature of the painting is virtually gone.
http://www.theartstory.org/artist-van-gogh-vincent.htm The last greatly significant artist in the Impressionism era was Paul Cezanne, who was a European artist born in Occitania on January 19, 1839. His paintings reflected his view of nature and how he experienced it through his use of colors and form. His distinct brushstrokes showed his creative way of how he made his paintings instead of the uniform structure of painting it.
Fahrenheit 451, the award winning novel by Ray Bradbury, has a few different similarities with their technology of their time, compared to our modern day technology. Everyday our modern day technology is improving and advancing, taking our attention off of each other and more onto a device. When you go out to eat, you will see teenagers on their cell phones rather than socializing with who is in front of them. This brings me to my first point, we believe it is “acceptable” in our society as well as in the Fahrenheit society to sit in front of a television or to stay on our phones for hours, upon hours, not interacting with other humans. We are slowly becoming more and more antisocial with others, we mostly interact with each other through
As the Kony 2012 video became popular, it took very little time for it to spread throughout nearly every social media site. However, it had very little effect in Uganda. This is because it is much easier to press a “like” button on YouTube or Facebook than to put in any real effort to solve a problem. “Slacktivism” is very prominent in today’s society, as nearly everyone has access to social networking sites and millions of people are “reblogging”, “liking”, and “sharing” something new every day. These sites are a great technological advance, however they may be manipulating today’s generation (CITE STUDENT
This research was carried out not to only show awareness toward the society but also why people should take art seriously. Often times, we can see lots of people debating whether art is important or not. This happened because the lack of exposure and knowledge that has been taught to them. Art can help to shape the society and affect the society to broaden their view of perspective in life by referring on the artworks because each work of art can give different meanings to life. That is to say, not everyone can relate to a specific work of art on everything but there are always plenty more of them for they to appreciate and relate to themselves.