In fact, Amy Cuddy made the talk very interesting by talking about the different experiments she did and by giving tips. In my opinion, she made the talk very relatable by using different situations that everyone goes through. The tips that she gave also made it very interesting to watch because it made me want to try different things she was discussing for myself and see if they work. For this reason, the was talk very interesting and got her point across well. Additionally, Cuddy used diverse elements to convey her ideas and main points.
While Pedro works more with young college students, Carla finds her inspiration while working with the community. Working with women that do not speak spanish and are more attached to their born roots. Indigenous women that work with their resources. She uses the style of clothing of these women combing their ideas with hers to create
Reflection, results, and mentorship help to embrace the truth for our benefit. An effective leader knows her strengths and weaknesses, passions and obligations. She is always learning better to manage her own emotions, faults, and challenges. With the interview, I have learned a lot of leadership styles and motivational theories, which I learned from Mrs. Hendrickson. Pam Hendrickson’s job has never been something I have ever thought about, but when I started thinking about it became interesting to me.
In the Documentary of Frida Kahlo published by PBS America on October 26th,2012 there were many Pros and some Cons I noticed. Some Pros I noticed was that their were many pictures of her artwork and I really liked that because her artwork was amazing the way she drew was really detailed, my favorite drawing they showed was the one she drew when she had unfortunately lost her baby. Just the way she detailed her drawing, you can connect to the way she felt and the things that were going on her mind during that time, that’s how deep her artwork was. Also something else I liked was Frida Kahlo 's personality the way the narrator described her was really persuaded and admiring, because just the way she went through an unexpected tragedy she stayed positive about it the whole time, and her love life with Diego Rivera seem so passionate well except the times when he was cheating on her, but even when he did Frida Kahlo 's respond to it was so strong, she will make him beg her for forgiveness and she’ll go days without talking to him. And honestly as a lady 's point of view, it’s really hard to ignore your love one but at the same time they did you wrong so you know it’s like disrespectful and unfaithful in a relationship which later on leads to trust issues.
Reflection In my observations and thoughts of reading the “The Joy of Reading and Writing: Superman and Me” by Sherman Alexie, I found the passage to be quite interesting but informative. In the beginning, I connected with the author’s experiences. For example, when the author conveys his drive for literature and texts; it made me reflect on my own passions and inspirations. My mother is an artist and she loves creating art so much that she shared her love of creativity though me with me at an exceptionally young age, she would teach me how to draw whenever she had free time. She would also give me bundles and bundles of different and unique kinds of art supplies and her enormously vintage art history books.
The vast amount of images in the book were also very helpful in capturing my interest and giving insight into Egyption art conventions, as well as the image of a standard Egyption woman. A final element of the book which I valued was how the author went into scrupulous detail of seemingly insignificant attributes such as “bread making” to aid the audience in grasping a vivid picture of how life was for women. Also this helped me to relate with the women of Ancient Egypt, as women nowadays also put much time into grooming, fashion, and supporting the household which qualifies how attentive detail may be required at times to ensure the comprehension of a
Coming to terms with learning how to follow a crowd and stand out at the same time took a lot of trial and error, especially throughout my work. Yet, because of the introductory courses I took, I knew how to showcase my skills in a uniform aspect while still having my art stand out. Because of the useful lesson I learned from not only my art classes, but the extracurricular activities I participated in I was able to reach a virtuous point for me to not be apprehended and have the ability to move
They range from her cat to low tide country bays and just about everything in between. However it was her attention to the detail in her drawing that made her stand out for me. One could only imagine that embarking on a drawing with such laudable detail would have been the foremost reason for the Meta of her work. Although her work covers every texture and every shadow in her pieces, Pownall was really just experimenting with her surrounding landscapes and devices. Perhaps it is this reason that Pownall chooses to travel as often as possible in search of new material to draw inspiration from.
In addition to this point, much of this could not have been done without the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood who, despite their title, were very supportive and inclusive to female artists. “The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood was a movement that enabled women to pursue their passions and do more than just pose for paintings. Women were finally beginning to establish themselves in the artistic world (Parkstone International, 2012).” Making the transition from model to artist, Elizabeth Siddal was taught to paint by her husband, Dante Gabriel Rossetti. She was a fast learner and quickly developed her own unique style (figure 2). She produced self-portraits which were especially interesting as the viewer could see both how she was seen and depicted by the other artists
I thought this made it very safe. I liked how the owner Mrs. Shante took that extra precaution when building her childcare facility. The displays in the classroom were mostly teacher made. Lisa is and incredible artist so she would draw and cut out different displays to put on the walls, doors, and throughout the
Some of these awards consist of the 2007 Lifetime Achievement Award for Excellence in Design, 1999 Masters of the Medium, 1994 Visionaries of the American Craft Movement, and lastly in 1973-1988 the Visual Artists Fellowship Grant, and three other grants from the National Endowment for the Arts. In 1980, he opened the Wendell Castle School in Scottsville, NY because he was credited as being the father of the art furniture movement and his furniture is still being sold in today’s age. Opening this school in Scottsville, NY he is able to teach those who are willing to create furniture designs under the teachings of Wendell Castle. They teach these students how to create furniture that has been done by Castle and then they are able to create their own based on the techniques that were used by Castle himself. My opinion of Wendell Castle is that he was a great and inspiring artists through his very own unique creations.
Among various volunteering experiences, McKenzie says on a typical day she goes to the Montgomery County Job Center and does nails there. Her work as a volunteer entails decorating nails at birthday parties and participating in fundraisers to raise money for nail polish supplies. According to McKenzie, the most valuable parts about being a volunteer includes all of the friendships and relationships she has established with other volunteers and as well as some of the patients. For McKenzie, working with Alanna and the Polished Girlz has impacted her as a person as it allowed her to, “be more open and receptive to the thoughts, feelings, and needs of others”. In regards to seeing a young person such as Alanna undertaking such a huge and powerful project and vision, McKenzie says, “she makes me feel inspired to start something too, but I’m just not sure what.” Alanna and the Polished Girlz story undoubtedly shows the power