FYS Week 2 Formal Analysis
FYS Week 2 Formal Analysis FYS 100
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Date Created: 09/10/16
Spanish Bath - James Casabere Emma Merlin Formal Analysis Notes: Completed in 2005 In Spain and the Eastern Mediterranean, the wives of Muslim monarchs had these in their homes in the tenth century Many of his pieces were made with the purpose of blending the cultures and ideas of Islam, Judaism, and Christianity Outline: Main points- Light o Innocence o Purity o People go to the bath to cleanse themselves physically but also spiritually Simulated texture o The waves in the water look real o You can sense the steam enveloping the room and moving up the piece Movement o The waves also have movement o A calm tranquil slow movement o A peaceful flow in the water with a little ripple/current o The piece is a moment in time which represents stillness and tranquility but you can also predict how the water would move Line o Arche is a holy symbol o Three arches in this piece Value o Contract of dark water with the light flooding in from the arches
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