ART 101 Formal Analysis of Art

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(1) Title: Formal Analysis of Art Name: Jordan Miller Course: ART 101 Due Date: Sunday, August 08, 2010 Instructor: Tina LePage
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(2) In the world of artistic creativity there are many different styles and variations to express ones desired effect. To accomplish these types of effects, one must learn to make use different types of formal qualities in order to properly portray the effect the artist has intended for viewers to witness. Since art is not limited to paintings or drawings, an artist must learn to effectively produce a variety of qualities if they wish to have people understand their work. Color, dimension, mathematics, emotions, and vision are just some of the qualities an artist conveys into his or her work. The formal qualities an artist may practice will typically differ from person to person, as each persons vision of art is unique, almost like fingerprints. The formal qualities in organized space are two dimensional space, three dimensional space, plane versus recessional composition, and movement in space. The effect used in the painting
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