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Intro to Art: Ch. 1 review

by: Allison Blevins

Intro to Art: Ch. 1 review ARTH 203

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He put review points on the board 9/1 for the test on the following Tuesday. These are elaborations of what he advised to study. I recommend to also get the Chapter One Notes for this class as well...
Intro to Art
Philip Miller
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Allison Blevins on Thursday September 1, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to ARTH 203 at University of Louisville taught by Philip Miller in Summer 2016. Since its upload, it has received 18 views.


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Intro toArt: Ch. 1 review < “Her Secret is Patience” Janet Echelman Phoenix,Arizona 2009 She was inspired by the cacti in theArizona deserts. "Her Secret Is Patience, Phoenix, AZ, 2009 - Janet Echelman." Janet Echelman RSS. N.p., n.d. Web. 01 Sept. 2016. "Rocket to the Moon, Pt. 1." Producing Race Technology and the African Diaspora. N.p., 24 Oct. 2011. Web. 01 Sept. 2016. ^ “Rocket to the Moon.” Romare Bearden. 1971. Inspired by the state of the black urban neighborhoods during the space exploration era. He was also heavily inspired by jazz. • Simone Rodia: Famous for the “Watts Towers.” Was considered an outside artist because he was untrained. (Did not study or practice art professionally.) • Mixed Media: One art form unit made with two or more medias. • NonrepresentationalArt: Has/shows no connections to anything outside of itself. (Outside world) • Form: The effect that the artwork has on the viewer through visual qualities. • Georgia O'Keeffe: Had natural rhythms that flowed through her floral art work. • Seeing: Taking in an object's symbolism through visual signs. • RepresentationalArt: Figurative art is an example of this. • ** This study guide is based off of the ten points he put on the board. There may be more content than this on the test, so do not solely rely on this study guide. I recommend getting my Chapter One Notes for this course and reading over those. (They're FREE!!)**


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