When I look at it, it is to entertain me by looking at something that is interesting and pleasing to the eye. Sometimes looking at simple or abstract art is interesting and nice which in turn makes it look pretty. I understand why art that is not pretty is sometimes looked at as good or even great art and I do think that if the art work is not pretty it can be good, but I think art should be pretty most of the time because that is what is nicest to look at and looking at art is the majority of what happens with art. If someone goes out and buys some art for their house they want it to look nice hanging on their wall for themselves and anyone else to see.
For some, the message received from one piece may be really strong while others may fail to see any message at all. That’s the beauty of art, it has a different effect on all of us. However, producing artwork in a way that its message leaves an impact on multiple types of audiences is quite a feat and this is why I have a lot of respect for the creativity behind advertising. In my opinion, they are the primary artistic message conveyors of our time. References Roper, P. (n.d.).
In the entire framework, the other figures are faced towards the bull as it is a peaceful figure in the painting. Furthermore, the surrealistic quality of Neruda and Picasso’s images produce vivid imagery relating to their own personal experiences. The poem and the painting venture into esoteric creations that allows the reader to have multiple interpretations on its meaning. Neruda and Picasso found inspiration from horrific situations that enabled them to enrich their work.
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The fertile spirit of stray connection this appropriated object conveyed back to be, was a reward." (Lethem 219). Lethem was pleased to see this new art, not only because it meant that other artists valued his work, but because in it he could see the same connection to the inspiration he had drawn upon, the "fertile spirit". When artwork is taken and reworked into something new, it is stripped of the only qualities that the previous artist can lay claim to. None of Jonathan Lethem 's original ideas or hard work went into the making of the gun sculpture, the only thing that remained was the vital ingredient, the reflection of the world.
Not only are they unique, but they often hold a deep meaning for the person who got tattooed. Furthermore, a tattoo doesn’t change who you are on the inside or your ability to do different activities. It’s a great thing to express yourself and show who you
Animation can play a huge role in the way people perceive every day situations, but even while it can cause stereotyping, it can be stereotyped as well. Whether good or bad, the list of stereotypes for artists never ends. People in the art community however don’t always get a good rep. If someone mentions an artist, one may think of brilliant visionaries like Michelangelo or Van Gogh, but another may think about an unemployed artist trying to sell his/her work on the side of the road. But just because one is unemployed does not make him or her any less brilliant.
In arts, we can know the feeling and sometimes the thoughts of the artists. Sometimes, from the paintings, we can know whether the artists are in a blissful relationship or a painful one. For instance, when the artists are in love happily they will likely use a brighter colour in their arts while those in a painful one will tend to use a darker colour. Therefore, we can learn a lot from the artists through art pieces. ‘Diego and I’ was painted by Frida Kahlo in Mexico in 1949.
For example, a piece of abstract art can have ridged lines and warm vibrant colors. The ridged lines may be representing anger in the artists painting, but the warm colors give the viewer a different opinion. This is why the colors and shapes also help to define the different styles that are encompassed in abstract art. One style is curvilinear. When abstract art relates to this type of style, the motifs employed are interlaced patterns, spirals, and knots.
When the viewer observes the great detail and realistic colors entwined in the painting, it is seen as a work of art. The work obviously has so much input and time involved, along with the devotion Tim had to the project, it is a wonderful piece. The photographic resemblance leave people in awe. Vermeer was even considered one the the greatest painters because of this. When the idea that tools were used to create this effect, the majestic wonder is almost striped from the oil painting.
Which, to me makes the art far more intimate and personal than other styles. Marla was driven purely by her love of painting and seeing that in the videos made me want to understand more pieces of Modern Art. On the other hand this film also made me realized that I could never just “view” works of Modern Art without at least story of why the artist did it. To me, it loses its value once the story attached to it is no longer
The Graffiti Debate was a challenging discussion for me. Some of the objects I found, I did not believe were pieces of art. The 2009 Graffiti Mural Project used a lot of color with the musical instruments and the people. I think it is incredible. Lee Quinones seems to do pretty dark matter for his murals, but some of his other artwork, is not so dark.