Describe what you see: note the formal and stylistic qualities of the artwork.

This paper is for a Canadian indigenous history class here are the instructions: Find one example of an Indigenous artwork in Montreal and conduct a visual analysis. You can choose a work of art you have seen in class or at a gallery visit. Choosing a work of art that you have seen in person… Continue reading Describe what you see: note the formal and stylistic qualities of the artwork.

Differentiate between the different degrees of representation that artists use to depict objects and figures

BOOK USED Introduction to Art: Design, Context, and Meaning Author Pamela Sachant, Jeffrey LeMieux, Rita Tekippe, Peggy Blood Background: In your chapter, the authors discussed different types of art based on the degree of representation (4.4). Some artists strive for idealization and others work for a realistic depiction of their subjects. Still other artists use… Continue reading Differentiate between the different degrees of representation that artists use to depict objects and figures

How has the invention of the smartphone camera changed photography?

Option 2: In the 21st century, the smartphone camera changed the way we use and view photography. In addition, apps and social media have changed the way we share photography. How has the invention of the smartphone camera changed photography? How have apps and social media changed the way we share photos? Are they positive… Continue reading How has the invention of the smartphone camera changed photography?

Photography

For this paper, you are required to research and write a 1000-1500 words paper about your favorite photographer, talking about him and what made him/her famous, and why is he/she you favorite photographer. First, I want you to start with an introduction about photography, and my passion in photography that started since I was young,… Continue reading Photography

And if so, do such traits appear as the result of essential differences or else are they matters of stylistic choosing and symbolic coding?

CONTENT: In the last sentence of the first paragraph, the writer mentioned” Godfrey’s emphasis is on how artists use the presence of brushstroke identity in their works as a way of not expressing their natural selves.” [I wonder if there really is a “natural” self to consider here, or if, instead, the self is being… Continue reading And if so, do such traits appear as the result of essential differences or else are they matters of stylistic choosing and symbolic coding?