INTRODUCTION TO VISUAL ARTS
INTRODUCTION TO VISUAL ARTS ART 2011
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The Nature of Art Awareness Creativity and Communication 1 Content meaning or message contained and communicated by the work of art emotional intellectual symbolic thematic and narrative connection 2 Context the circumstances that form the setting for and event statement or idea and in terms ofwhich it can be fully understood and assessed 3 Trained Artist personartist who is or has been educated on the way of art 4 Untrained Artist Outsider Na39l39ve Visionary uneducated person of art 0 Nuestro Pueblo Sabatino quotSimonquot Rodia Watts California 1921 1954 100 feet 0 Throne of the Third Heaven of the Nations Iames Hampton 195 0 1964 Gold and silver aluminum foil colored craft paper plastic sheets over wood paper board and glass 5 Folk Artist art ofpeople who have no formal academic training Example Pottery seed jars chillcock blanket designed by men and woven by women used for ceremonies and burials 6 Representational Art Objective Figurative art in which it is the artist s intention to present again or represent a particular subject especially pertaining to realistic portrayal fsubject matter 7 Trompe l oeil French for quotfool the eye A twodimensional representation that is so naturalistic that it looks actual or real or threedimensional 8 Abstract used in western art art that departs significantly from natural appearances Forms or modified or changed to varying degrees in order to emphasize certain qualities or content Also nonrepresentational 9 Nonrepresentational Art art without reference to anything outside itself without representation Also called quotnonobjective without recognizable objects 101conography the symbolic meanings of subjects and signs used to convey ideas important to a particular cultures or religions and the conventions governing the use of such forms 0 The Liberation of Aunt Iemima 0 Knight Death and The Devil 11 Conceptual Art 1960 Western Art an art form in which the originating idea and the process by which it is presented take precedence over a tangible product