Number of sources to be used are non specific. what ever you need. you do not have to site the specific art
example as i have those already sited. If any back ground information is added then that needs to be sited.
This is a three part request: ART APPRECIATION
Need a one page formal analysis for each of these art
Need to explore and anaylize the art
piece, reading the content, subject, and how the theme or message is conveyed by the artist. Using TWO forms of art
criticism ( either Formalist Criticism, Ideological Criticism, Structuralist-based Criticism, Psychoanalytic Criticism or Feminist Criticism to using a form of art
criticisms) explain how the image is connected to the ideas in the two forms of criticism.
Final paragraph- What do you think the artist intentions or ideas being expressed in the work? What is embodied in the artwork?
piece 1: Migrant Mother Nipoma valley by Dorothea Lang
piece 2: Speechless by Shirin Neshat
Part 2 (2 pages)
Food is an essential element of life itself, and people need protection from extreme weather as well as from human and animal foes. Yes our relationship to food and shelter goes way beyond simple survival! People choose to live and work in settings that go far beyond functionality to aesthetically enhance and enrich their lives. And many cultures use art
to help secure food, to serve it, and to store it. Art
work reflects how different cultures enjoy food. Frequently, a strong association exists among food, art
, and ritual or design.
For the two different food-related artworks from two different cultures,
Paragraph one: analysis and description of artwork 1:function, materials made of, colors used.
Paragraph two: analysis and description of artwork 2 function, materials made of, colors used.
Paragraph 3 Compare and Contrast the two food storage contavners and how each culture uses them. How are the cultures aloke, and how are the cultures different. Compare and contrast how each artwork represents the specific relationship that particular culture had with food (be specific!). What is it made of, what is it used for, how does it function, use of colors.
Artwort 1: slide 4 woven basket USA Pomo Tribe
Artwork 2: slide 5 salt cellar Afro-Portugese
By definition, the divine realm is beyond human ability to understand, but humans strive constantly to grasp this other world, to communicate with it or to be joined with it. Art
including rituals, oral tradition, sacred writings, meditation, prayer, and music are but a few paths used by humans to connect to the Transcendent World or reality. This chapter looked at what art
can tell us about deities or very ancient religions, how a spiritual being can be shown or symbolized in artwork, and how art
becomes a form of prayer and/or an expression of the cosmos. This chapter explains some general characteristics of places of worship and sacred structures/works of art
3 separate pages -one for each artpiece
2/3 page Using the three different works of art
depicting spiritual beings explain how each of these figures illustrates that particular culture’s religious or spiritual belief. 2/3 page
1/3/page What do you think of the artists’ intentions or ideas being expressed in the work? What else do you think is embodied in the artwork?
1. Seated Buddha from Sarnath, Uttar Pradesh, India found @ http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://www.hinduonnet.com/fline/fl2416/images/07606604.jpg&imgrefurl=http://sarahstravelpages.blogspot.com/2009_01_01_archive.html&h=350&w=233&sz=18&tbnid=1aooAqvMBlZRMM:&tbnh=90&tbnw=60&prev=/search%3Fq%3DSeated%2BBuddha%2Bfrom%2Bsarnath%26tbm%3Disch%26tbo%3Du&zoom=1&q=Seated+Buddha+from+sarnath&docid=llY3rYnxtZ-clM&hl=en&sa=X&ei=fSU-TunbG8XZiAL2-ZXDBg&sqi=2&ved=0CD0Q9QEwBg&dur=834
2. The Isenheim Altarpiece, germany found @ http://superdigit.blogspot.com/2009/11/matthias-grunewald-isenheim-altarpiece.html
3. The Water and Moon Guanyin Bodhisattva, China Song Dynasty found @
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