creating a sculpture by adding materials together
sculptor begins with a mass of materials larger than the finished work and removes material until the work
achieves its final form. ex: wood or marble sculptures
Rain, Steam, and Speed
The Rubin Vase
Harmony in Red
Great Wall of Los Angeles
Pro skater and painter Ed Templeton is profiled in this short experimental documentary from music video
director and graphic artist Mike Mills. In its 17-minute running time, the film offers a distinctly fractured
glimpse into Templeton's home li
Identify the origins and philosophy of the de Stijl Movement.
- roots in Cezanne, cubist art, and Frank Lloyd Wright
- seeks to reduce, simplify, and abstract ideas of beauty
Be able to identify examples of the architecture of the De Stijl group,
German performance artist, sculptor, installation artist, graphic artist, art theorist and pedagogue of art.
architect, contemporary architecture,
English artist, art collector, dead animals, "spin pa
A self-contained or explicitly limited form; having a resolved balance of tensions, a sense of calm
completeness implying a totality within itself.
The act of making a print using the silk screen method
A written character
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
Widely known for his work related to the American Civil War and the Western United States. "Harvest of
Death (Gettysburg)" first time war had been photographed; "Ancient Ruins in the Canyon de Chelle" first
When shots are put together
camera is rolling the whole time, Ex. Halloween and C'etait un Rendezvous
Low (bas-) barely emerges off 2D plane, Middle (meso-) cross section, some overlapping, High (haut-)
What are the functions of art?
Personal, Social, Physical
What function did the Lascaux cave paintings allegedly address?
How are the terms "objective" and "subjective" used in evaluating works
Objective - formal analysis
Annie G, Cantering, Saddled
An English photographer important for his pioneering work in photographic studies of motion and in
motion-picture projection. Muybridge is known for his pioneering work on animal locomotion in 1877 and