Two elements that any good poet understands and uses well are imagery and figurative language. Both are used in poetry in order to aid the reader in the understanding of the purpose of the poem. “I felt a Funeral, in my Brain” by Emily Dickinson is a great example of the use of imagery in a poem. In contrast, “Metaphors” by Sylvia Plath uses figurative language to show the reader what the meaning of the poem is. The two elements are necessary for a poet to have in their arsenal of tools for writing.
as listed in (O 'Brien). Throughout the plot of the story O 'Brien seem to focus on the things that were not important versus the things that 's were, and at the end, he was faced with a big consequence. The text has artistic value based on the plot because it is giving us as readers, the sequences of events, the reasons for things that are happing throughout the story. The text 's artistic value of the plot attracts the reader into the character 's existence and help the reader to better understand the choices the characters choose to make. For
It is hard to determine which creator determines the mood in The Watchmen. Alan Moore, the writer, has the responsibility to tell the story from each character’s perspective using a limited amount of space. The illustrator, Dave Gibbons, is able to create moods and emotions by using different styles of action and characters’ expressions depending on the scene. The colorist is able to portray the overall feeling the reader gets from each scene by choosing color schemes that will simulate the mood he desires. These aspects are most important in a graphic novel due to the fact that the written word is fairly limited.
A reader must be able to appreciate the author's use of words to describe this scenario in detail. This scene relates to artistic sense because he could have just described how Hari Lal arrived but he chose to explain in great detail the smells and scenes the protagonist is experiencing. The author is very creative when writing this as he starts with feelings and ends with the sense of
An Investigation into the Juxtaposition of Minimalism, Realism and Fading through the Exploration of My Artworks and the Works of Ileana Hunter Realistic Minimalism is a theme used by the artist Ileana Hunter and my own works. This theme of Realistic Minimalism is centred on the art of drawing or illustrating what isn’t there more than what is there. It focuses on exposing the essence or identity of a subject through eliminating all non-essential forms, features or concepts. Realistic Minimalism is a juxtaposition of intricate detailed realism and minimalistic composition. There are important aspects that are needed to be able to create Realistic Minimalistic art pieces such as shadows, intricate detailed work, fading and symbolism, which
As individuals, we each have our way in creating our own work of art. Whether it is the same subject for a painting, writing assignment, or a drawing the exclusiveness in the craftsmanship is always noticeable. In the essay "The Death Of A Moth", both Woolf and Dillard, exemplify this idea of having the same subject but bringing a different meaning to their muse. They each begin their essay in different settings, as well as expressing their thoughts in unique ways; they end with the moth holding different values to their works. With all this taken into account, their essays had a similar theme that they were trying to get across to their readers.
The important message from this is that to make a good story you have to use a lot of vivid detail to make a believable and setting that you can see in your mind. If you don’t use any vivid detail in your story to build the setting the read will get lost in the complexity of the world you created, so it is important that you help them visualise the world you put them in. Nevertheless make sure that in the future, whenever you write a story, make sure that your reader can the world that you immerse them
In The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction, examining the shift from painting to an age of rapid reproduction of images and their increasing politicization, Walter Benjamin suggested that “The painter maintains in his work a natural distance from reality, the cameraman penetrates deeply into its web” (Benjamin XI). Benjamin’s idea is a helpful starting point for discussing some of the issues related to distance between artist and subject,, and the reader or viewer and artwork, in the two works. Benjamin’s statement bears verity in relation to “Bitumen”. For the speaker of “Bitumen”, the painters such as Friedrich and Turner work at a remove from reality, but this is precisely what the speaker identifies as problematic. The “natural distance” afforded to the painter separates them from the political implications of the depicted event as well as future action.
In the numerous of drafts, you write, and edit is when you find out what you generally wanted to vocalize. When you’re given the chance to step back, you realize that you are the best editor for your own work. Otherwise; you tend to crucify your paper. While scanning your paper, it is important for you as a writer to keep your eyes out for critical information, the meaning, and who your audience may be. While editing a draft an individual should do a quick scan then eventually analyze word by word.
I this section I will explain which of the characters of the novels relate to art and the way in which they relate to it. In that way, I intend to show not only the omnipresence of this element in the novels but also the importance that it possesses at different levels. In some cases, art will help our characters (in the same way it helped the authors) at a personal level provided they are in need of solving any kind of inner struggle, in others, art will be seen as something that is practised just with the mere idea of enjoying about
Surrealism and op art forces someone to second guess what they see. I find this useful when I am designing or creating my own artwork. I want people’s eyes to linger on the art I make. I have an aesthetic that is similar to Steranko’s in that I am influenced by some of the same artwork he was influenced by. To make someone question what they are seeing, I think, is the purpose of art itself.
First, I learned was how to draw faces in a couple of unusual ways: blind contour and continuous contour. Before working on these drawings, I knew it would be tough to create a realistic contour drawing. The key to success with these odd couple of drawing methods is to focus on the
A paintbrush on a canvas, a pencil on paper, anything that could be used to express feelings. Art is beautiful and versatile, from a variety of mediums to choose from, the sky 's the limit. It is my way of coping with the world, an escape from reality into somewhere where I decide what goes. The colors gliding off, swimming together to become something different in everyones eyes. Art is communication without words, but with the mind.
As an artist, it was simply a necessary concept to learn but as a writer, it was an extremely advantageous principal to utilize in my writing process. When forming my opinions, it reminded me of the freedom of perception that I have, for my inference was the truth; when communicating my opinions, it reminded me to write objectively, for my words could project multiple truths; and when writing creatively, it inspired me to leave room for multiple interpretations, for it could add a great amount of