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  • Three Ways Of Manipulation
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    I feel that a CD player is a manipulative device. There are many ways a CD player can manipulate, but I have chosen to talk about three specific methods. The first method is the commercial success of the artist. If an artist has found popularity or a lot of recognition a person may think its cool to feel the way the artist does about certain things. A person may change their fashion or anything to show they want to be as cool as the artist is or has as much popularity as the artist is. These are...
  • Every Moment Of His Life
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    All art is quite useless If people were labeled with just one word to represent them, to sum up their many chapters of life, one word to define them completely, then the label you'd least come across would be that of artist. Seldom does one come to this earth with the natural ability, the gift to see the world as a painting, freshly finished on his canvas. The power to be forever praised on the walls of aging art museums. And the shear courage to go through life as an anomaly, a rare breed that ...
  • Particular Painting Jesus
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    Visual Arts Essay Compare the artworks "Chritus Triumphans" and "Chritus Patiens". What are the variations and why is there differences between the way Jesus has been portrayed. The two artworks Chritus Triumphus and Christus Patiens are two very interesting artworks as they are both representing Jesus, the Messiah in a totally different way. Throughout my essay I will compare the way each artist has tried to portray Jesus and I will also refer to why there is such a difference in their artwork....
  • Kafka And The Hunger Artists
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    Soul Food In life there are many codes that define us as individuals and as a society. In order to further discuss the code we must first establish the definition and nature of a code and what it entails. It is an unspoken oath to an idea or way of life to which we feel dedicated and devoted. The way we are influenced by our surroundings and the way we react or feel we are supposed to react to them are a result of our interpretation of that code. While the code is artistic at the same time it is...
  • Woman Artist Of Color
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    Many conditions of women's lives shape their voices and their artistic expression. The perception a woman artist has of who she is as an artist and what she intends her art to convey are affected by these conditions. Her race, presence of family in her life, and society's expectations all pose as obstacles she must deal with in order to fully understand her place as an artist. Family plays an important role in shaping a woman's voice. How she is treated for speaking out at an early age will affe...
  • Name Of Piece
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    Name of piece: Burial at Ornans Name of artist: Gustave Courbet Date produced: 1849. I first look at Burial at Ornans and take a dislike to it. I see a painting of a small group of people with grim expressions on their faces. The piece is oil on canvas. It's simply painted, perhaps a palette knife has been used, and the colours are harsh and real, with definite edges and colour changes. Space has been used well, with the majority of the detail across the middle length of the piece, leaving the t...
  • Architecture
    356 words
    "Architecture is not produced simply by adding plans and sections to elevations. It something else and a lot more. It is impossible to explain precisely what it is. Its limits are by no means well defined. On the whole art-should not be explained, it must be experienced" Architecture provides a framework for people's lives. Houses they live in, buildings they work in. Naturally people will feel to a building. Some will comment on how comfortable it feels, how space full and graceful it feels, ho...
  • Artist's Opinion
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    English 101 Should Artists Be Banned from Expressing Their Opinions? Alexander Berkman said, "The cure for evil and disorder is more liberty, not suppression". We are guaranteed in the First Amendment of the Constitution the right to free speech. Just because an artist's opinion may offend some, it is still their opinion and that opinion is guaranteed in the Bill of Rights to be heard, if so desired. People view artists as role models, and feel they should play the part of an altruistic figure. ...

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