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Chapter 2- awareness, creativity , and communication • Weston/PEPPER #30/1930/photograph Aesthetics- an awareness of beauty or to that quality in a work of art or other manmade or natural form which evokes a sense of elevated awareness in the viewer • Da Vinci/A MAN TRICKED BY GYPSIES/1493/ pen and brown ink • Van Gogh/ SKULL WITH A BURNING CIGARETTE/1885/ oil on canvas • Basquiat/TOBACCO/1984/acrylic and oil on canvas • Hampton/ THRONE OF THE THIRD HEAVEN/1950-1964/ gold and silver aluminum foil Creativity- the ability to see and to respond Untrained and folk artists- those with little or no formal art education who make objects Art and Appearances: representational, abstract, and non-representational: Representational art- art in which it is the artists intention to present again or represent a particular subject Example: • Magritte/ LA TRAHISON DES IMAGES/1929/ oil on canvas Abstract art- art that departs significantly from natural appearances (very slight appearances) Example: • Van Doesburg/COMPOSITION (THE COW)/1917/ tempera, oil on canvas Non-representational art - art without reference to anything outside itself- without representational objects Example: Van Doesburg/COMPOSITION/1917/oil on canvas Abstract landscape example: • Maori Peoples/ TUKUTUKU PANELS/1930’S/dyed wooden strips Form- total effect of the combined visual qualities within a work (materials, shape, color, line, design) Content- the message of the work– what the artist expresses • Rodin / THE KISS / 1886 / marble • Brancusi/ THE KISS/ 1916/ limestone Rodin’s work expresses feelings of love, while Brancusi’s work expresses the idea of love • O’keefe/ ORIENTAL POPPIES/1927/oil on canvas • O’keefe/JACK-IN-THE-PULPIT/1930/oil on canvas Iconography- symbolic meaning of signs, subjects, and images used to convey ideas important to particular cultures th • Artist unknown/ DETAIL OF THE DESCENT OF THE GANGES/7 century/granite • Saar/THE LIBERATION OF AUNT JEMIMA/1972/ mixed media Andy Goldsworthy- Rivers and Tides • Made a curvy line out of icicles • Made a whirlpool like shape out of sticks • Made an egg shaped stone stack and gave it to the sea as a gift
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