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  • Most Intimate Of Laird's Pictures
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    Orange Girl I chose to critique and analyze the works of Kirstie Laird. I liked the variety of her works, and the bright, brilliant colors in most of them. I think the one that fascinated me most, however, was "Marionette" because it didn't have any of the orange colors or motifs prominent in her other works. This puzzled me, since the title of her showing was "Orange Girl" and every other picture in the showing fit the title well. I found Laird's works quite similar to those of Judy Dater. Thei...
  • Picture
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    Name Calling: giving an idea a bad label, a negative term that sticks. Glittering Generally: opposite of name-calling, uses "good" words and phrases that have a positive "glittering" appeal. They are broad, vague, and often meaningless emotionally charged words. Transfer: uses symbols usually, to carry over the authority, sanction and prestige of something respected and revered over to something else in order to make the latter acceptable. Usually patriotism, religion, religion, and associating ...
  • Battle Of Iwo Jima
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    FLAGS OF OUR FATHERS BY: JAMES BRADLEY Throughout school, many students come in contact with the picture of the six marines raising the American flag in the battle of Iwo Jima. The students also know this picture as a statue that was made to honor all of those that were lost in this tragic battle. James Bradley wanted to change how people looked at this picture or statue. He wanted to give each marine a name to go along with the hand or face that is seen in the picture. James, when writing the b...
  • My Picture In Water Colour Pencils
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    Art book evaluation (Year 10) This year we have been studying natural forms, this has involved using many new and different materials and techniques. Firstly we started by looking at art by Georgia O'keef e who mainly painted abstract flowers this was a new style for me as I have never tried drawing in abstract style before, after this we did two paintings in acrylics one of shells and one piece of corn and around the edge of the paintings I then collage d in the background. This was a new way o...
  • Small Picture Of Many Females
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    Creative Story: Our Journey to Earth Today we journeyed to a distant planet known as 'Earth. ' The main life form on this planet are humans, an organized group of emotional and vivacious individuals. Our crew traveled to a large building the humans named a'Library. ' This structure contains lots of information of the human's existence. During our mission we found a large assortment of writings which we could not translate, but we also unearthed pictures of humanoids in many activities they share...
  • Paintings Las Meninas
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    Diego Vel' was called the "noblest and most commanding man among the artists of his country". He was a master realist, and no painter has surpassed him in the ability to seize essential features and fix them on canvas with a few broad, sure strokes. "His men and women seem to breathe", it has been said; "his horses are full of action and his dogs of life". Because of Vel' great skill in merging color, light, space, rhythm of line, and mass in such a way that all have equal value, he was known as...
  • Lot About Pancho Villa
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    Miguel Solis December 7, 2001 Pancho Villa web History Per. 3 Pancho Villa was one of the most well known Mexicans in the world in his time at around 1914 and even today. This Internet site was about the life of crime Pancho Villa lived. This site was very informative and it was very interesting to me. I liked it because I like to know what happened in my culture. The mechanics of this site was all right but could have been a lot better. It had a lot pictures of him, but could have had some anim...
  • Joel Meyerowitz Photographs In Color
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    Photography Review Joel Meyerowitz spent the summer of 1976 and 1977 taking magnificent photographs, which he later published in 1997 in a book called "Cape light". These photographs were taken in Cape Cod, Massachusetts around the Truro-Provincetown area in the summer. His book is full of marvelous photographs, which depict a typical summer up on the Cape. These pictures may seem beautiful to anyone. However, these pictures possess more meaning to anyone who has ever lived on Cape Cod or visite...
  • Back Of The Drawer Tools
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    My life is a cluttered drawer if you looked inside you would see a variety of pictures. Pictures of places far and near. Pictures of friends, family and loved ones. In the back of the drawer tools for the tinkering that everything seems to need at one time or another. Different types of music would be scattered throughout the drawer on tapes and CD's for the good times and the bad. Often I sit in my room and look back at all the pictures of the interesting places Have been, the unusual sights I ...
  • Happy Competing With Other Cars
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    In the summer time of the year 2000 this picture was taken. The photographer was myself. I tried to capture the Oldsmobile Cutlass in the air off all four tires. The person controlling the car was my friend June Rode an. We were attending a low rider car show in English Town, New Jersey. The car in this picture is an Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme with hydrolics. This car also is equipped with the following: twelve inch spoke rims, custom paint job called a bowling ball the color is called bowling b...
  • Second And Third Picture The Little Girl
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    When I took this class I came in with no knowledge of photography. To me pictures were just a piece of film from the past. I never appreciated photography until I entered this class and viewed the pictures from the book and visited the New York Historical Society with photographs from Milton Rogovin. His exhibition truly surprised me. When I heard about this trip I thought it was going to be another museum visit. The second I entered his exhibition I see a huge wall with two people dancing the t...
  • Picture Of A Grill
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    The museum that I visited was the J.P. Getty. This museum as a whole is incredible. However, the photography exhibit did catch my eye. The first time that I went to the Getty, the Andy Warhol exhibit was up and I had a great dislike for his work. On the other hand, the exhibit by William Eggleston was awesome. His work on color photography was fantastic. One particular picture group in-titled, "Memphis" was extremely well done. There was a picture of a grill that was on fire, and words cannot de...
  • Wood Strips And Plant Into The Canvas
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    Out of Africa, the theme surrounding the art sculptures and masks at the American River College Art Gallery, can be viewed from February 21st through March 16th from 11 am 5 pm. The exhibit contains a collection of artifacts, mainly masks, owned by private collectors in the Sacramento area. Since the artwork is privately owned, information on the artifacts and the artist is somewhat limited. In rare occasions do the owners of these artifacts know anything about the artwork in which they could co...
  • Pictures
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    Dorothea LANGE This report is about Dorothea Lange. The main reason I choose her was because, she was a women and I thought I could probable wright better about her for that reason. Dorthea was born in 1895 and died in 1965. Dorthea's first photographic job was as a commercial portrait photographer in San Francisco in the 1920's. Her first independent work was taking pictures of native American's in the southwest with her first husband Maynard Dixon. In the early 1930 Dorthea got tired of the wo...
  • Exploitation Movies
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    Exploitation Movies: Bikers, Babes, And Slashers Essay, Exploitation Movies: Bikers, Babes, And Slashers People inside the movie business call them exploitation movies; more recently, from the perspective of the fans, they' ve taken on the moniker "psychotropic" or "cult" movies. But whatever you call them, these pictures – biker movies, slasher films, prison (especially women's prison movies), and sleazy dramas – were for many years the unseen iceberg in Hollywood's motion picture o...

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