Elias Tsihlis art 1000C - Elias Tsihlis 2/9/11 How Art Made...

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Elias Tsihlis Art 1000C 10:30 AM 2/9/11 Creativity and the Arts How Art Made the World Professor Louis DiGena Experts stated that making images is to create representation of things around us. Representation of images is important because artists have the ability to influence spectators. Creating representation around us defines meaning of a particular object or task. Cave art, which mainly consists of animals such as horses, basins and reindeers. I am stuck between believing two theories while watching the film, “How art made the world.” The first theory that I believe is Henri Breuil the French priest. The video didn’t mention a lot about the priest theory, however, I believe that he’s right that cave art was drawn to influence haunting. Painting photos to increase haunt predictions is a great theory to think about. This explains why only some animals were drawn in caves. I truly believe this theory can be true because in the ancient times, cave men based their lives on surviving and catching food like basins and deer’s. However, what archeologists
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