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 have all been incorporated into both my art works and the works of Ileana Hunter. This theme of Realistic Minimalism captures all the aspects of Ileana Hunter’s works as well as my own works. How Ileana Hunter’s Use of Minimalism, Realism and Shadows Have Been Embraced in My Art Pieces: Minimalism in art describes movements in various forms of art and design, most commonly in visual art and music, where the work exposes the essence, essentials or identity of a subject by eliminating certain non-essential forms, features and concepts. Realism in art is the idea of representing subject matter truthfully without any artificial elements, exotic or supernatural elements. Shadows in art and in general is a space where light from a light source
There are so many persons throughout the world that consider the Mona Lisa art piece to be an excellent representation of what ‘art’ really is. During the discussion of what makes this particular art piece so excellent, one might take into consideration the process of actually creating it. Not only does artists identify their work as art, but writers does as well and some of them also go to the extent of describing the different aspects of their work of art. This description is often achieved through the literary concept of ‘defamiliarization’. In this essay, the definition and a brief history of the concept ‘defamiliarization’ will be discussed, as well as the different interpretations of this concept.
And since the elements of art were questioned, many began to say that as long as what the artist was intending to be art, then it was. This opened doors to the conflation of pop art with different types of artistic practices such as filmmaking, brand designing, performance, and comic book illustrations. They were very eminent and were deemed as artistic, interesting and sophisticated as “high art pursuits, such as painting and
I love it how it is astounding and it demands a lot of technical skills. The fact that photographs are the source to hyperrealism paintings is true. I feel that hyperrealism is taking something real and the limitations of a human eye. Even though the paintings are made by just projecting a photograph onto a larger scale of canvas, photorealism and hyperrealism paintings may not be very creative or imaginative. Glenn Vilppu, an artist once mentioned that “never copy the model, analyze it!” However, with the practice of looking at something and understanding it and analyzing the proportion of he subject, the structure, the lighting, the gesture and so on.
There is virtually no comparison between what constitutes the elements of craftsmanship between the two disciplines. Why compare painting and photograph? A journey through arts and justice between the Medias. Photographers and Painters respect each other and represent images through the imagination of the artist and they have history that is the most primitive form of art. Photography especially has been newcomer in the art department since cameras have appeared everywhere, phone, computer, tablet, TVs and music players.
In his paintings, the characters have strange appearance: big head and short body. As we know, the methods selected by artists usually have something to do with their experiences, opinions and philosophies. Their life perspective are shaped by their special time and environment and determines the way they view the world---- It is what they feel. So life is not simple records of the objective world, but a mental world. From the above analysis we can see that the grotesque figures in Chen Hongshou’s paintings reflect his mentality and wild emotion.
Autobiographies are in their truest meaning ‘memoirs of a person’s life’. Aesthetics is the language of an Art work. Artists have used these aesthetics on canvases to portray inner emotions, ideas, expressions. They portray not just what the naked eye can see, rather what the soul can feel and perceive. Each of these art works portrays a different
This three thigs became the necessary tools to express his thoughts in ideas; his images belong to a poetic universe often alluding to the popular world and its culture, or are given as the direct edition of the unconscious. His is an art rooted in the memory of existence, but it fails to be emotionally involved far beyond belonging to a distinct community. His main focus were the painting, but he also decided to create sculptures, like his collection of sculptures named Senza Titolo. The painting of Enzo Cucchi is through the aggregation of multiple forms, more range of artistic techniques, from painting, ceramics, and mosaics He also used charcoal, earth wood and neon as resources and the technique of collage. He also gave human form to simple things of nature, like the stick of a tree in his sculpture Senza Titolo, which
Typography is technique of arranging the written language to make the written language readable and appealing for the readers. The font types, font sizes and the spacing between the lines are selected and modified so that the wording on the visual look appropriate. Page layout technique is the technique of arranging the elements, text layout, images and style on a printed material. Printing artworks on a paper or other surfaces are known as printmaking. It enables printing of same image or artwork on different surfaces.
In its more technically epistemological perspective, it is defined as the study of subjective and sensori-emotional values, sometimes called judgments of sentiment and taste. Aesthetics studies how artists imagine, create and perform works of art; how people use, enjoy, and criticize art; and what happens in their minds when they look at paintings, listen to music, or read poetry, and understand what they see and hear. It also studies how they feel about art-- why they like some works and not others, and how art can affect their moods, beliefs, and attitude toward life. More broadly, scholars in the field define aesthetics as "critical reflection on art, culture and nature". In modern English, the term aesthetic can also refer to a set of principles underlying the works of a particular art movement or theory: one speaks, for example, of the Cubist