Author, Annie Dillard, in her passage, “The Stunt Pilot,” explains how her attitude towards her understanding of art changed after meeting stunt pilot, David Rahm. Dillard’s purpose is to explain how meeting Rahm and seeing his performance transformed her, and helped her to understand what it means when work becomes art. She adopts a tone of awed appreciation in order to convey to her audience of highly literate adults how profoundly Rahm affected her. Dillard begins with a factual and objective style that sets the pace. Dillard introduces Rahm, and informs her audience that he “lived in Bellingham...a harbor town...in Haro Strait” while she lived “between the stints on the island.” She opens with these facts in order to build a background
What Romero might feel about our city's car culture is that he loves it. He chose the colors and the shape to express he's feelings into the painting.Romero used a combination of bright and pastel colors and a cartoon like style to depict five cars driving in a row against a backdrop of palm trees. Also a valentine heart hovered above each vehicle. Frank Romero is an artist that was paid to paint a mural in Los Angeles. The created along the Hollywood Freeway downtown in conjunction with the 1984 Olympics.
Ursula Le Guin defines Omelas as a utopia where the citizens’ lives are never wretched. Le Guin captures her readers’ attention by describing the city’s beauty with the colorful scenery, events featuring games and horse riding, and the everlasting happiness. She does a great job of leading her readers into thinking this could be the perfect society, but leaves us with the question of satisfaction. According to Le Guin, “happiness is based on a just discrimination of what is necessary, what is neither necessary nor destructive, and what is destructive” (p. 2). This quote means that there must be a balance for the society to succeed.
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.
“Perhaps travel cannot prevent bigotry, but by demonstrating that all peoples cry, laugh, eat, worry, and die, it can introduce the idea that if we try and understand each other, we may even become friends.” As Maya Angelou says in this quote, travelling in itself allows people to experience different cultures and possibly understand the ways in which other people live. Vanessa, who is from eastern Nebraska, developed a love for travel at a remarkably young age. She also loves enjoying the outdoors and experiencing the beauty of nature. The locations that she traveled, whether it was to the copious number states she has visited or the countries in Europe she has visited, have influenced the person she is today. When Vanessa was young, her parents started travelling with her and her siblings.
Everyone likes to use his or her Imagination and creativity. Everyone who is either young or old enjoys the exercise of using his or her own mind and this is a kind of exercise which can be found in what is called "cosplaying". A perfect way for people to improve their imagination is by wearing the costumes of their favorite fictional character at Comic-con or SacAnime(Anime convention in Sacramento). People choose their favorite fictional character by two things an Anime show or a graphic novel called Manga. Anime is short for animation which is a drawn show an example of this would-be Disney films like Cinderella or Snow White.
It taught me the how impactful it is to have passion in life. Samantha’s art served as her escape when times got rough. Through art, she was able to focus on herself, which in return, guided her towards maturity. I found my passion in theater at a later age than Samantha did in her art, but it served the same purpose, when I needed it the most. No matter what age, young or old, people should explore what sets their soul on fire, because that will help light the
This chapter was the start of some very fascinating art that was first discovered during that time, this showed the genius and creativity of the people of what they could create, it represented not just their culture but their way of life. It also represented the ways that they served and viewed the world as a whole during this time. This chapter highlighted the many small status that was built during this time, they were are quiet remarkable to say the least for many things they could make art with. In one of our discussion questions, we talked about the famous women of Willendorf and what that state represented to the culture. I always thought this was the way people viewed females during this time but it could be looked at from multiple angles.
I would recommend this to everyone as it has a pleasant storyline with a meaningful message. The film has different moral messages that could be applied to everyone. The message I got was to never to give up, as cliche as that sounds, which is something everyone should apply to their daily life. However, if you are a huge marvel fan and don 't believe in females saving the world and have some sort of prejudice against females, then this is the not the film for you because it heavily centralizes on the appearance on feminine
Specifically, the optimal course of action is to showcase the original Mona Lisa with a short-term feature in a museum at multiple locations and sell the poster reproductions of Mona Lisa in a gift shop alongside the venue. When the original painting is presented as a rare and unique showcasing, people are more inclined to feel curious and bring themselves to learn more. The museum nurtures that curiosity by providing educational presentations, workshops, and activities designed to engage the visitors with the artwork. From there, the Mona Lisa builds its cult value due to the increased appreciation and acknowledgement of its existence as an authentic piece. Going off of this newfound appreciation, the posters are presented as a memento of the experience, utilizing its exhibition value to show off the painting and increase the Mona Lisa’s exposure and longevity.