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Click to edit Master subtitle style  2/25/10 The Purposes and Functions of  Art Art 1001 lecture 2
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 2/25/10 Art for Communicating Information The Tree of Jesse, West  Fa ç ade, Chartres  Cathedral, c. 1150-1170.  Stained Glass 
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 2/25/10 The Tree of Jesse Frank (the author of the textbook) states that  The Tree of Jesse  was  created for the purpose of communicating information to illiterate. What information could the artist be trying to communicate? Let us look at some source material. Isaiah 11:1 (NIV) A shoot will come up from the stump of Jesse;         from his roots a Branch will bear fruit. Isaiah 11:10 (NIV) In that day the Root of Jesse will stand as a banner  for the peoples; the nations will rally to him, and his place of rest  will be glorious
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 2/25/10 The Tree of Jesse What are some characteristics that you notice about the people in  the stained glass? What other clues are available? Leaves Tree Branches Lineage!
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 2/25/10 The Tree of Jesse Is lineage of Jesus an important topic of Christians today? What types of stained glass do you see in local churches? What does this painting tell us about Medieval culture and their  values as opposed to our culture? So what could be some messages that are communicated beyond  the simple story? Jesus was a king…respect your king The socioeconomic design of very wealthy and very poor is  divinely inspired
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 2/25/10 Mom’s cancer Brian Fies,  P.E.,  2004. Digital drawing, from Brian Fies,  Mom’s Cancer  (New York:  Abrams Image, 2006). 59-61
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 2/25/10 Mom’s Cancer Fies uses the power of  sequential art to  portray what he calls  the “practical and  emotional” aspects a  serious illness can  have on a person and  their family.  Fies stated the only way  that he could  accurately express the 
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 2/25/10 Yucca Mountain
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 2/25/10 Yucca mountain This information comes from the A-Team… That’s right… the A-Team anthropologist  astronomer  archaeologist  linguist  materials scientist environmental designer
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 2/25/10 Yucca Mountain The site must be marked.  The site must be marked in such a manner that its purpose cannot be mistaken.
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