Overall, the lab provided expected results. Most of our hypotheses were correct, including Dim vs. Red, Dim vs. Blue, and Dim vs. Black. We hypothesized that Drosophila Melanogaster would prefer dim light over all colors, especially blue and black due to the fact that they have very short wavelengths which are lethal to the flies. However, results from 2 out of our 5 trials did not support the hypotheses. In the initial trial, Dim vs. Dim, we expected an equal number of flies on each side of the chamber due to the same lighting on both sides.
EXPERIENCE PAPER: ART MUSEUM OPTION I’d like to preface by saying why I choose the art museum experience. I had never been to an actual art museum before. I took an online art class my freshman year and found the work to be fascinating. Even the pieces that weren’t my favorite I could see the emotion portrayed in them, but actually getting to experience it in person was truly awe-inspiring.
Art is also able to make something unique through pay attention in creating abstract meanings of products. Henri Matisse, a painter, thinks the happiness is sheer and pure; it is a human right through his painting which is named Le Bonheur de Vivre. Comparing to the modes of movie, music and speech, this painting focus on using the color and simple lines to explain his happiness is. For example, this painting uses the warm color to draw all the subjects in the painting, such as trees, grounds, sky, and ocean (Matisse). Usually, people thinks warm color stands for happiness and cold color stands for happiness.so through the warm color used in the painting, the whole sense will give people a feeling of comfortable and happiness.
Warm colors stimulate creativity and express emotions which allows the body to relax and imagine it the beach in real life. A combination of pastel colors are displayed such as pixie pink, pink passion, pale plum, and orchid opulence. Overall, the whole color design is well thought out to relax the body with its color scheme and display of the colors. No one color is used to much or too little which also makes this design unique because it ties in the different
Mr. Burns greeted us and walked us around the first row of his exhibit. We then wandered through the exhibit stopping to look over each painting as if to look through a portal into a new world. The variety of paints made it easy for each of us to find a favorite painting. However, the picture that captured my family’s heart was titled “The Boots Daddy Died In. The canvas displayed boots in the foreground that were wore and muddy.
One of my favorite colors of metals is rose-gold so when I look at the watch, I immediately think about how much I love that color. I also loved the detailing and the shininess of the watch because that makes it look very appealing and beautiful. I also like that the general look of it matches my wardrobe and other jewelry that I already wear. Behavioural Response: The behavioural response I experience with my watch is content.
Thank you so much for allowing Sarah and I to attend OLC this month. It was both professionally rewarding and informational. Though many times I go to conferences hoping to come back with new gadgets or tools to implement, the value in this conference was definitely the collaboration with others. During my first break out session, I met Dr. Omar Lopez. He is from the University of Texas and is in the midst of building a competency based program at Texas State University.
Putting together the art journal cover, for me, was a great learning experience. I titled my cover, “Full Metal,” because I made it mostly out of metal. I adhered a piece of cardboard onto the cover first to provide the stiffness and thickness I was trying to achieve. I then decided to include wooden puzzle pieces under the tinfoil to represent the different pieces in my life that have made me who I am today. I connected some of the pieces together, and then intentionally left gaps in the puzzle to represent the missing pieces I have not added yet in my life.
There had to be something I had not thought of yet. An ingenious idea that would surely be riveting enough to earn me an outstanding grade on this research paper. Then one day it hit me. Forensics! I checked out every 24/7 Forensic Files book that my class library had and got to work.
It is the most well-known painting in the world and has “set the standard for all future portraits” (Heydenrich “Leonardo Da Vinci”). The Mona Lisa is a portrait of a woman in a serene environment. Though the portrait is simple in style, the way Leonardo set the painting so beautifully has allowed it to become the “most popular and the most analyzed painting of all time… The sense of overall harmony achieved in the painting—especially apparent in the sitter’s faint smile—reflects Leonardo’s idea of the cosmic link connecting humanity and nature, making this painting an enduring record of Leonardo’s vision and genius.” (Heydenreich “Leonardo Da
The work “Filthy Lucre” created by Darren Waterston is a reinterpretation of James McNeill Whistler’s famous “Peacock Room”. Since both rooms were located in the Freer and Sackler Galleries, I visited both to compare Waterston’s reinterpretation of Whistlers original work. I will first talk about the original Peacock Room. The Peacock Room was originally a dining room decorated by Whistler to display the owner, Frederick Leyland’s, blue and white Chinese porcelain. When Charles Lang Freer purchased the room for the gallery, he was not a fan of the colors of the pottery, so he added his own pottery of different colors he collected all over Asia.
The two pieces of work that I thought were very eye catching was Girl with a Dog by Horace Bundy and Dodo and Her Brother by Ernst Kirchner. Bundy was incredibly captivating with his use of an oval shaped canvas. It really contrasted with the structured form within this portrait. The Girl with a Dog is oil on canvas painted in 1852. This type of portraiture is very unique and is quite modern compared to the standard portraits that contain one subject matter and direct gaze.