Conceptions Raymond Carver and Edward Hopper, Two amazing people. Carver with his short story “ Cathedral” and Hopper with his illustration Nighthawks.Both show qualities of Minimalism and realism, the characters in each are similar to each other. By comparing a short story and a painting, qualities from both will be shown and help readers and spectators view things in different ways. Both Carver’s short story “ Cathedral” and Hopper’s Painting, Nighthawks display characteristics and values of minimalism. Neither provide the reader or spectator with a proper detailed description of what is happening or how things led up to the event that is happening.
He will be able to look through the thin fabric that separates the two different world of race and put himself in the black man's shoes and understand the amount of pain they have to go through everyday. It was not foolish of Mr.Griffin to do the experiment, even though unspoken rules to not put yourself in a black man’s sustain . the unseen line that separates the blacks and whites that have caused so much trouble and hate. It has traveled into the next generation. The conducted research overall has help cover a greater understanding of the problem.
Many life moments that suggest Vassa has settled as a member of a particular community are countered by other life moments that prove the contrary. The notion that Vassa must have at least considered himself part of his tribe is gradually dispelled throughout his description of his community. He claims to have written in order “to excite in your august assemblies a sense of compassion for the miseries which the Slave-Trade has entailed on my unfortunate countryman” (Ibid). Vassa’s use of “my” suggests his identification with a group, namely, his “unfortunate countrymen.” However, the following statement begins to complicate his identification: “when I compare my lot with that of most of my countrymen, I regard myself as a particular favourite of Heaven, and acknowledge the mercies of Providence in every occurrence of my life” (Ibid). The phrase “particular favourite of Heaven” shows us that even though he his willing to consider himself an African, he also feels distinct and
The elegiac painting “Requiem for Gregory Battcock”, was conceived and executed by the artist using a deep, dark and somber painting medium, and had been created with an openly expressive and gestural painterly method, using black and a dark blue enamel paint. Combined with liquefied-thinned silver enamel paint on a solid-black Arches paper. The painter also combined these pictorial mediums with white and silver sharp lines that were incisive diagonally and vertically onto the pictorial plane. The piece could be seen horizontally and or vertically, and its composition would not be off balance or fall in either direction that the work was
Chase likes to paint the contents of his studio as some of his works have shown in a way taking pride of what he has. In his painting, The Tenth Street Studio, he gives us a glimpse of what is inside. Some of the elements that Chase chooses to put in this piece to reveal about the nature and function of his environment are the displays of paintings chairs, and the presence of other interior items like some of the collectables that he has placed throughout the space. Some of those items include lanterns and small plates, suggesting that he has an eye for objects from the Far East. By having such a set up, I think that he wants the client to feel welcome as well as to show off his taste.
The significance of this painting, which art critics did not like, was that it paved the path for an art style known as Expressionism. This style poses the artist’s emotional experience instead of the impressions of the external world. From an expressionist painter, the viewer can learn about the artist’s emotions at the time of the painting. For example, from Starry Night, the viewer can learn about Van Gogh’s crazy life, how he feels about religion, and how lonely he feels in the asylum. The piece connects with people’s inner thoughts and triggers a response in connection with the painting.
However, others believe there are various other skills one can possess while being just as successful. Acquiring artifice is very beneficial to one’s success as it helps them create a personal and appealing narrative, however it is not the most essential tactic of success as the skill of perseverance is the most essential to success. Possessing artifice is beneficial to success as it helps to create personal narratives that emotionally connect with others. A showcase example of someone who has mastered this trait is Frank Abagnale, who hoaxed his way to success. Abagnale acted as several different characters; a doctor and a pilot, just to name a couple.
They are used because they capture the public's eye. This is a good thing considering the public is usually the target audience. Songwriters know this so they will make sure to include rhetorics. Rhetorics might also be included accidentally since it is such a simple thing. People can relate to other people and their emotions.
Some people do have an inherent talent for art than others. If they believe they have, they are able to create anything. They may not have to work hard to create a nice painting, get positive feedback, nor have their works displayed in museums. But as what I have said before, talent will not be enough. Desire matter too, whether you would pursue art as a career or practice it as a hobby.