When writing my poem, I was very careful with word choice. If a word sounded weird or didn 't seem to get my point across, I changed it to a better fitting word, so I could try my best to keep it sounding natural. Another important role diction played in my poem was in my overall subject. I basically wrote my poem about the different connotations of blue and what it means. I talked about it as a color of thing such as the ocean or a bedroom wall, but I also discussed blue as a feeling.
Mae Sebastian Ms.Lessnick Advance lit 9 1/28/16 Essay “The Fish”, the title of two different poems, one written by poet Elizabeth Bishop and the other by poet Marianne Moore. These poets composed poems that were able to portray and capture two different points of views by their distinct styles of writing. Although both poems are titled “The Fish”, they differ in structure, tone, and perspective used by the poet. They also have similarities but in all, they are two very unique and exceptional poems.
Jame Hurst creates a vivid and meaningful world in The Scarlet Ibis. Imagery and symbolism are used to bring deeper emotion to the story. With Hurst adding the parallel of the Ibis and Doodle, it makes for a more thoughtful story and compelling
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
Instead, the stones are made up of several different colors, which mix to create the grey we see, again with the purpose of representing
The unity between the three pieces are supported with the use of asymmetrical balance – where the repetition of similar collage material and painted text create a pattern for the viewer to follow. The use of colour is an essential component of this triptych, as each collage emits a different mood with their colour scheme. With the Malaysia collage, teal and orange analogous schemes are prominent to display the tropical environment. Whereas, the Canada collage is mainly a monochromatic blue scheme to depict the cold, “true north”. Lastly with the Home collage, lies a monochromatic grey scheme with various bright colours bursting out the door, to show how each home holds an unique
And furthermore, recognize the symbolism documented in the painting for iconographic analysis. In doing so, this will highlight and comment on important characteristics of Omnibus Life in London as it yields new information regarding the emerging shift in social inequality. Through formal analysis, the visual characteristics of the work present an interesting insight into the painting. The first emotion that I experienced with this work was claustrophobia and crowdedness. Part of the feeling spawned from the three-dimensionality of the painting.
Kahlo painted Two Frida's using the element of texture to create interest in the two self-portraits in her piece of art. Frida's figures become focal points of the painting that stand out against the dark and cloudy background which contrasts with white figures. Frida's work usually applied have human blood as a symbol of union. Contrast is a principle of design. The painting also has the contrast between the static, unmoving portraits and the rhythmic flowing clouds moving behind them.
The Mower Against Gardens is one of four "mower" poems from author Andrew Marvell. The poem describes the capacity of mankind to destroy and manipulate nature. Marvell 's poem is deceiving, to first glace the poem appears to be non-stanzaic but is has hidden stanzas from lines 1-18 and 19-36. The division of the poem in such a way is strategic, the stanzas have a specific build, making the poem more structured and effective. Throughout the poem there are many poetic devices used, such as iambic pentameter and tetrameter, repetition and rhyming, as well as imagery.
To achieve this, several Dali paintings used these ‘double’ images to confuse and disturb people looking at them. An example of where this can be seen within his work is in one of his most prominent pieces of artwork ‘The Persistent of Memory’. This image depicts a watch flopping over what appears to be a strange, paled-coloured rock. Observing the image more closely, nonetheless, it could be suggested that the image is a clear representation of Dali’s personality traits. It is important to remember that his paranoia and anxiety are traits that various people remember him by.
The above picture is a digital photo of the Tetons and the “Snake River” by Ansel Adams. The river is shaped in a curved motion streaming of water with a background view of clouds. The experience I am viewing is not very clear in color and the picture is blurry.