Dewey is persuaded that art is multifaceted. It not only invokes the beholder with visual stimulation, but through emotions also. He insists that real art is the experience of creating or encountering the object (p. 205). Work in turn is no longer a part of the experience, if it is nonexistent, therefore, it is a refined and rather intensified form of experience in life (p. 205). To illustrate, the artist is a producer a work of art and his work is experienced by the observer.
Honesty, integrity, commitment, passion, accountability, and empathy are some of the qualities that all leaders should have. Personally, I show all of these qualities. Growing up, I was taught that if you are not honest with someone, the truth will come out. I stand by this motto everyday to not only benefit me, but to benefit others. I encourage others to live by this motto to help
Words from “Self- reliance” by Emerson that talks about conforming to society is, “I read the other day some verses written by an eminent painter which were original and not conventional. The soul always hears an admonition in such lines, let the subject be what it may. The sentiment they instill is of more value than any thought they may contain. To believe your own thought, to believe that what is true for you in your private heart is true for all men, — that is genius.”(Emerson, 245) this quote is talking about how we if we don't use our own originality then we won't reach enlightenment because of the word admonition it was used in this quote as a moral failure to get to enlightenment. One of the many examples of how we are not being original, are reboots of old movies.
Martin Luther King Jr. is remembered for his great speeches, accomplishments and his leadership skills, but also for the sincerity of his heart for the freedom and unity of all people. The hope and dream is still valid today in America and Martin Luther King’s paved pathway continues to be built off of and honored today. It is a path we as America can look back on, learn from, and continue to be inspired by today thanks to MLK’s
The Museum for Holden is a place from his childhood, where he was able to see things and see them again as he grew older. He was always fond of the Museum because it was able to keep items the same forever. Holden wishes he was able to do the same, “Certain things they should just stay the way they are. You ought to be able to stick them in one of those big cases and just leave them there.” (Pg. 122) Holden has had plenty of good times at the museum, but he knows every time is different because he will grow older and his perception of symbols and events will change.
There is no way to fathom whether the intent was to create this image as a way to critique self-absorption within art or a hypocritical piece to assert how humble the artist is. Regardless of the reasoning Patch is applying false modesty in this piece, a behaviour that no institution should ignore the phenomenon of, and instead ignite a debate on how it is being
b. He wanted his paintings to have clear explanations. c. His paintings depicted anxieties, sexuality, and vivid dream imagery. d. Magritte had no personal experiences to draw inspiration from so he used his imagination. e. Placing text over top of an image did not appeal to Magritte.
It creates a standard to which people want to live up. Living up to these standards earns people honor in the sight of others. These three characters, Reuven, Danny and Mr. Galanter show characteristics that make them worthy of society. Culture forms the world around us, and keeps us in check; sets our standards and allows for good people. Reuven, Danny and Mr. Galanter all live up to culture’s standards; Reuven for his friendship, Danny for his respect and Mr. Galanter for his caring and guiding nature.
One can only assume he did this because he believed that the work of Masaccio could be improved upon. This need to improve and even surpass the past continued for the rest of his life resulting in such stunning work as the Sistine Chapel and the legendary David (Fig. 1) where he surpassed even the artists of old by creating a figure so real, so believable that the verisimilitude is uncanny. In great contrast is the Dioskouros figure, which while very realistic fails to measure up to the seventeen foot colossus that is the David sculpture. In the end one can very clearly see the relationship the Michelangelo had with the art of the past.
The authentic nature of the painting is virtually gone. Leaving the audience feeling that the piece does not qualify as “art”. While the work itself is wonderful and delightfully realistic, the fact that it was so easy for Tim brings the audience to see that it didn't take much skill and or passion. While it was time consuming and Tim was determined the fact that it was not original, or skillful leaves the audience to see that the work does not fall under the category of art. The work lacked meaning.
Like stated in "Shakespeare: Not of an Age, but for all Mankind", "Shakespeare is not of an age, but for all time." This just means that his work is timeless. It is still just as appreciated today but some people as it was back then. Most writers can only relate to people in their era, but Shakespeare has some way of pulling your attention into his work, being drawn to it like a moth to light, no matter the century. That