Joseph Lorusso: Joseph Lorusso is an international contextual artist who uses oil paint as a main medium to create beautiful artworks with blissful subject matter. His works often portray women in relaxed states, as well as many couples, with some in relaxed states and others kissing each other or staring into one another’s eyes. He paints figures and landscapes using the style of great Italian and French masters while many in today’s context have moved onto more modern styles. Lorusso’s work is beautiful and calming, despite his strong use of warm colours, and often has no hidden meaning which allows the viewer to appreciate his technique and formal aspects more. His works are both visually appealing and he makes use of an old style which makes the subject matter appear somewhat realistic.
Clare was not able to read, but she enjoyed other basic things like watching TV and listening to music. Despite Clare’s mental capacity she was still a growing young woman which meant she was still interested in sex. While in special school, Clare and another student had sex in the supply closet, but the family quickly put the situation behind them. A year or so later, Clare left the school and stayed at home with her mother, except for when she needed to go shopping or run other errands, then she would stay at her uncles, John Macwurter, house with him and his wife. Soon, to Mr. and Mrs. Macwurter’s surprise, Clare appeared to be pregnant and there was seemingly no clear evidence as to
Interestingly, the first election Sandra voted in was the Kennedy election. She believed Kennedy was very dreamy and he stole her vote from his good looks. Sandra was also raised Lutheran and attended the Lutheran Church with her family each weekend. As a young child until the age of nine years old, she lived on a farm in Wisconsin with her Aunt Edna and Uncle Russ with their family. From the ages of ten to nineteen, Sandra Cribb moved back to Chicago.
Satrapi builds her life by the choices she has made. Each decision she has made has driven her into an alternate way. Satrapi has made a living off creating cartoons through the decisions she has made. First starting off as a rebellious child, to a depressed drinking teen, moving on to a divorced 20 year old arts major, and finally ending up as successful cartoon writer. Her entire life did not simply go as arranged as it was formed in a book.
The Harry Potter series have been an interesting series for me ever since I have enrolled in Professor Fox’s class. I personally have not read any of the Harry Potter series during my childhood, but once I have enrolled in Professor Fox’s class I have recently just finished Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. Throughout my readings of these two books I have had many observations on certain aspects of the story that I would not have noticed when I was younger. These three aspects that I can’t imagine as a child noticing is how the Dursleys abused Harry, the stance on gender, and prejudgement based on appearance. In the first book, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, Harry first lives his life as a muggle not knowing anything about
The works of Magritte are not similar to the works of the fellow surrealists at the time such as Salvador Dali, or even deal with the same ideologies of automatism and objective chance. Instead, Magritte was indoubly fascinated
My art work was in numerous art showings. I also entered many art contest but was placed 2nd in two. I continued on with the art program until my senior year in high school. Though I was a good student academic wise my ACT scores did not prove it. I made an 18 overall, and I began to think college wasn 't for me.
This was astonishing because no human cells had ever stayed alive this long outside the body, nevermind continue reproducing. Dumbfound Skloot was instantaneously curious to discover more about Henrietta. As Skloot worked her way through graduate school she became determined to one day tell Henrietta’s story. She goes on to get incontact with her family, she conducts hours on top of hours of interviews, just so she can capture every detail, in efforts to do this story justice. The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks is broken up into three sections, “Life”, “Death”, and “Immortality”.
One of the basic features of minimalist music is the using static tone along a song. The shift from one scale to another is slow and unrealizable. In minimalist music usually simple and repetitive harmonies are used. . Static harmony could be explained as staying on just one chord or even moving back and forth using a set of a few chords.