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Artur Yasyulevich Module 7 Essay Art-111-01 Acrylic paint becomes water resistant when it is dry, so especially with an outside painting like graffiti that will most likely be rained it would be the best protection. Plus the wall is right beside a river, so that was defiantly a good choice. The wall expresses the history of California through different points. Examples are civil and Japanese movements. It also shows a message that was given back years ago, and the original messengers are gone now. Trough this wall the message still lives on. The definition of Denotation is when you mean what you say. Connotation on the other hand is
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Unformatted text preview: something that is created. There are elements of both in this piece. Obviously the mural is saying something important, that’s denotation. The connotation is what actually is done for this message, the actual action of drawing what is meant to be said. This painting is right next to a river, that some say divides a city even more than it already is. So to avoid this division the technique she uses is cooperation. Four hundred inner city youth contributed to this act. Because like the famous quote goes “united we stand, divided we fall”, so this participation clearly shows this point....
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This note was uploaded on 07/27/2011 for the course BUS 105 taught by Professor Harris during the Spring '10 term at Appalachian State.

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