Preparation for the Dissection The Dogfish shark is about 70 inches long and you should notice along the side of the shark there is a light colored horizontal stripe called the lateral line. Made up of a tiny pore that lead to receptors that are very sensitive to the mechanical displacement of water and sudden changes of pressure. You will need tools for this including Latex gloves, yard stick (with centimeters), scalper knife, scissors, probe, and if you have a weak stomach you should wear facemask so the smell won’t be bad. External Anatomy Let’s start with the pectoral fins which are toward the front and side of the Dogfish Shark. The Dogfish has two dorsal fins, you have a anterior or first dorsal fin and a posterior or a second dorsal fin both have spines so look they looked closely and are available to locate them.
Drifting is where you put the boat sideways from the wind and let the wind move you and you put poles out alongside the boat so they drift along about a foot above the lake bottom. While he was doing that I was cutting up the shad (bait). When my dad picked a spot to drift he grabbed some poles and we put bait and sinkers on them and set them out alongside the boat. We let them out alongside the boat where one pole is at 150 feet away and the other is about 175 feet away and the other is 200 feet away and the other is
My chosen artwork is titled: “Coronado’s Expedition Crossing the Llano Estacado,” a 35 ½” by 57 ½” painting by Tom Lovell. This Oil paint on canvas was taken from the Petroleum Museum in the Permian Basin, Midland, Texas. This painting is remarkable in that the artist makes use of several element and principles of art in this artwork to contextualize the painting. The artist uses diagonal line, vertical lines, and implied lines to draw our attention to Don Francisco Vasquez de Coronado and his men and also to create a sense of movement and energy. The fold and fabric as well as the contour lines exhibit in the images of the horse clearly create a sense of movement to viewers.
The artwork I decided to research is a painting by Glenn Ligon entitled " Boys with Basketball, Harriet Tubman, Salimu B #3". Ligon painted this colorful painting in 2001. The mediums he utilized within this piece are oil crayon silkscreen on paper. The dimensions of this artwork are 23 inches tall and about 16 inches wide. The elements that Ligon shows within this piece are line, color and shape.
I have chosen to compare and contrast the following two works of art: (1) Vincent Van Gogh, The Sower, 1888. Oil on canvas, 25 ft. ¼ in. x 31 ft. ¾ in., Netherlands, Europe, and (2) Winslow Homer, Veteran in a New Field, 1865. Oil on canvas, 2 ft. x 3 ft. 2 in., Prouts Neck, Maine. The painting The Sower is based on a sketch that Van Gogh did in a letter to his brother Theo.
Twachtman worked in oil pastels on brown paper, which allowed for him to use a very constricted palate of white, greens, blues, and grays, because in places where there was a lack of color, the brown paper shows through, adding another dimension. Twachtman uses
They also offered refutation to the public. Within Winthrop’s sermon, he taught about three main topics of refutation: giving, lending, and forgiving. The questions that were asked in his sermon were answered with knowledgeable support of biblical references towards his beliefs about the three topics. Sewall, on the other hand, offered refutation concerning Africans, biblical context concerning slavery, and war. In the same way, all objections were answered with knowledgeable support of the Bible, both within the Old Testament and the New
They have long thick bodies with a rather thin tail. Like sharks the Chimaera has cartilage instead of bones. When swimming, they flap their large pectoral fin as if they were wings which in turn propels them through the water. Chimaera have four gills covered by an operculum on each side of its head. The fertilization is internal due to the male chimaera’s pelvic fins or claspers that they use to grab and hold onto the female chimaera during copulation.
The way the artists portray their scenes can have many different meanings depending on the person viewing it. The works David Slays Goliath and Abner brings David with the Head of Goliath from the Crusader Bible tell a story which is easily described by the titles of the works. The pictures both have blue and pink backgrounds with different figures dressed in a variety of colors including gray, red and blue. In the upper