Ppt on abstract art images

Arts and Modern Society Sound, Image & Sense Marcel Duchamp Nude Descending a Staircase No. 2 1912.

“Those Winter Sundays”) Individualism, Alienation or Social Fragmentation (“I’m Nobody” “l(a” “Musee des Beaux Arts”) Modern Arts The beauty of abstraction & mechanical reproduction Artistic Invention Fragmentation The Modern World What is ‘Literary Modernism’? How many writers we have read/ in sequence of musical phrase, not in sequence of the metronome ( 節拍器 ). Pound sought to capture a pure image, or what he described as "that which presents an intellectual and emotional complex in an instant of time." (/


AP Studio Art Drawing Portfolio Concentration Examples.

an overriding emotion. How does the work in your concentration demonstrate the exploration of your idea? You may refer to specific images as examples. In my work I wanted to challenge myself to convey an abstract emotion in a realistic piece of art. I experimented with different styles and techniques of painting to create a distinct mood in each picture. For example, in/


Roots Graphic Design Roots.

1940 1950 1960 1970 1980 2000 Art Nouveau Psychedelic Cubism Abstract Expressionism Futurism Minimalism Bauhaus Op Art Dada Pop Art Modern Roots De Stijl Post Modern Digital Surrealism Constructivism Urban Art Deco Graphic Design Roots Movement//and shock value as communication elements. Typographic experimentation. Asked “what is art?” Broadened ideas of what art could be. Graphic Design Roots Surrealism Illustrative images derived from the unconscious. Visual forms from dreams, heavy influence of Sigmund/


Introduction: What is Art History?

often combining distortions of color or shape or line to more accurately communicate the inner life or personal vision of the artist. Abstract. Characterized by a simplified or distorted rendering of an object that references the essential nature of that object. Nonobjective. Makes no /space. May be implied or suggested in static works or built into works. Visual Elements Color. Helps define images or areas in a work of art. It can be used to replicate that which is seen by the human eye or to suggest the /


EUROPEAN ART MOVEMENTS FROM THE RENAISSANCE TO MODERN

WARHOL M A R I L Y N WARHOL ROY LICHTENSTEIN LICHTENSTEIN JASPAR JOHNS OPTICAL ART 1950s to 1960s Optical Art is a mathematically-oriented form of (usually) Abstract art, which uses repetition of simple forms and colors to create vibrating effects, moiré/image of the object represented. CHUCK CLOSE ROBERT ESTES MINIMALISM Emerged in the 1960s Minimalism is a style of art in which objects are stripped down to their elemental, geometric form, and presented in an impersonal manner. It is an Abstract form of art/


A brief overview of art styles from the 1900 through to the 1970’s

to images of man and nature in broad sweeping brushstrokes with a brush loaded with paint. This led to EXPRESSIONISM. Other Post Impressionist painters were Georges Seurat and Paul Signac (POINTILLISM), Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri Rousseau and Pierre Bonnard. Gauguin- Tahitian Women (189? Cezanne – Mont Sainte Victoire(1886 – 8) Van Gogh- Starry Night ( CUBISM A radical movement that first introduced abstract art/


Picasso’s Use of 2- Dimensional Line to Create Art Unit Portfolio Presentation John Q. Student.

creature in as concise an image as possible. Pablo Picasso Notes Many consider Picasso to be the greatest artist of the 20th century. Picassos range of experimentation with ideas, techniques and materials is matched by few other artists. Picasso, along with Georges Braque, developed Cubism, the first abstract art form.Cubism Picassos art spans various styles from realism to abstraction in both two and three/


Studio In Art Pretest REVIEW pretest given 10/2/13

is three dimensional sculpture or two dimensional, it will still fall under one these three main types Representational Abstract Non-objective (non- representational) Types of Art (*Question #2) Representational art is… ans: Type of Art Which Depicts Recognizable Objects/Figures the term "representational art" usually refers to images that are clearly recognizable for what they purport to be, such as a human figure, a banana, a/


LECTURE. 14. Unit. 2. Course Code. AD 212 Art, craft and Architecture Introduction to Abstract Art Pakistani Artist Ahmad Parvez.

"two broadly brushed areas of colour". What would he have thought of the art being produced 100 years later? Painting the Invisible: Paul Klee (1879-1940) The art of Paul Klee defies easy categorization. During his career he experimented relentlessly with creating images in a wide variety of styles, some abstract, some less so. Visionary, subtle, whimsical, sometimes innocent, but always innovative, his prolific/


Splash Screen.

things or occurrences. Words like dog and sky are concrete, while words like truth and evil are abstract. See also ABSTRACT LANGUAGE. Concrete language Confessional poetry A movement in poetry begun in the 1950s in which the poet /brief, clear, concrete, and similar to spoken language. See also MODERNISM. Imagism Impressionism A nineteenth-century movement in art and literature Impressionism A nineteenth-century movement in art and literature. In literature, characters and scenes are presented as the author’/


Modern Art Chapter 33. Expressionism: Before WWI GROUPDATESPLACE OF ORIGIN LEADING MEMBERS Fauves1905-1910FranceMatisse, Rouault, Derain Fauvist Sculpture.

colors Key influences: Van Gogh, Munch “Look behind the appearance of things” to achieve more authentic image of world Expressionism: Btw. Wars DATESPLACE OF ORIGIN LEADING MEMBERS 1920s-1930sGermanyKollwitz, Grosz, Beckman, Barlach, /geometric abstract shapes entirely independent of visible world, expressing pure artistic feeling Influenced Constructivists Abstraction: Constructivism/Productivism Main Characteristics Applied Cubism to relief sculpture Arrived at 3D collage Geometric abstract art movement /


Chapter 3 ArtTalk Textbook

, Oslo Kathe Kollwitz, Selbstbildnis von vorn (Self-Portrait from the Front). 1923. Woodcut. 15 x 15.6 cm (image). Gift of Albert M. Bender. Kathe Kollwitz, Selbstbildnis mit der Hand an der Stirn (Self-Portrait with Hand on the/of Modern Art, New York. Jose Clemente Orozco, The Dartmouth Mural. 1932 – 1934. 20th Century Art Abstract Expressionism Abstract Expressionism was one of the first art movements to emerge after World War II. It was abstract because it emphasized the elements of art and principles/


Lissette Collazo Art p. 94-101. El Lissitzky Lazar Markovich Lissitzky, known as El Lissitzky, was an important Russian Jewish artist His contemporary.

geometric forms and its goal of creating the ideal using abstraction. Contextual Analysis The movement toward abstraction in the 20 th century was politically meaningful. The content of abstract art derived from the rejection of all beliefs and ideals that/State university, the Red Gates Administrative Building, and the Ministry of foreign Affairs. These buildings established a modern image for the city and represented a new social order under Stalin’s rule. Function The Kotelnicheskaya Embankment Building /


An Abstract Art Movement CUBISM.  What’s going on in this picture?  What do you see that makes you say/think that?  What more can we find?  Does anything.

not become extinct.  This new way of seeing was called Cubism. Cubism was the first abstract style of modern art.  Cubism is an art movement in which three-dimensional objects are pictured from many different angles at the same time.  The images seen in cubist paintings are impossible to see in real life at one time.  Cubist paintings depict real people, places or objects/


TCA Juried Biennial G L A S S Tempe Center for the Arts Oct. 30-April 9.

Biennial: Troy Moody, Tempe While on a backpacking trip through Europe 15 years ago, Troy Moody was introduced to abstract stained glass art produced in post World War II Germany. The experience left him awestruck “by the bold fields of color and /masters and her mother took her to the Phoenix Art Museum. Peterson uses glass and other intriguing surfaces because of the way they reflect and distort shapes - the resulting images being both realistic and abstract. She uses watercolor because it allows her to /


May 6 th, 2009 Wednesdays 6:30 - 9:15 p.m. Bryce Walker Art 1010: Week #14 Art Since 1945.

gestures keep trying to establish a painting about the act of painting, but against this effort the image keeps reasserting itself, demanding to be recognized. ART1010- Intro to Art, Bryce Walker6 “Woman IV” De Kooning, 1952 The New York School Mark Rothko Another form of abstraction that came into prominence in the postwar period is known as Color Field painting. The work of/


Splash Screen. Literary Terms Menu A Main Menu Abstract language Absurd, Theater of the Act Allegory Alliteration Allusion Ambiguity Analogy Anapest.

occurrences. Words like dog and sky are concrete, while words like truth and evil are abstract. See also ABSTRACT LANGUAGE.ABSTRACT LANGUAGE Confessional poetry Confessional poetry A movement in poetry begun in the 1950s in which the poet/image was the essence of poetry, conveying a poem’s meaning and emotion. The language of poetry, they believed, should be brief, clear, concrete, and similar to spoken language. See also MODERNISM. MODERNISM Impressionism Impressionism A nineteenth-century movement in art/


VISUAL MESSAGES DIGITAL ARTS AL LARSEN. VISUAL MESSAGES We express and receive visual messages on three levels: Abstractly Representationally Symbolically.

Abstractly Representationally Symbolically ABSTRACTION Abstract art is generally understood to mean art that does not depict objects in the natural world, but instead uses shapes and colours in a non- representational or subjective way. 2 ABSTRACTION In its wider definition the term describes art/ 3 SYMBOL (1) SYMBOL (2) DISCUSS THE FOLLOWING IMAGES IN TERMS OF… ABSTRACTION REPRESENTATION SYMBOL In-Class Lab 1 Use Photoshop Divide an image into even strips Horizontal or vertical Rearrange the order example:/


Major Art Modality Utilized: Visual Art Multiple Intelligences Addressed: Visual-Spatial, Verbal-Linguistic, Intrapersonal Unit Plan Abstract: This Unit.

containing cards at the beginning of class. Each box contains 4 cards: one blank card and three art cards with a small images from a magazine affixed to the card. The images are often very abstract, which may cause some confusion for the students. They may ask,What is this? The response should be something along the lines of I dont know. Write about/


Art Deco (1920s-1930s) By: Winnie Qian Victoria Humphreys Megan Yeung Niru Gunabalasingam.

Gave the impression of vulgar and modish, plus a clear taste of character Art Abstract art strengthened during this period Paintings often used intense colours that collided with one another Greatest art deco painters –Paul Colin –Cassandra Advertised railways and luxury liner voyages Painters also/org/wiki/Art_deco Book-Spotlight Canada (Pages 150-155) http://images.google.ca/images?hl=en&q=automobile&ie=UTF- 8&oe=UTF-8&um=1&sa=N&tab=wihttp://images.google.ca/images?hl=en&q=automobile&ie=UTF- 8&oe=UTF-8&um/


Affective Image Classification Jana Machajdik, Vienna University of Technology Allan Hanbury, Information Retrieval Facility using features inspired by.

60 participants Dataset 2  „Art“ photos from an art-sharing web- site  „art“ = images with intentional expression & conscious use of design  Artists use tricks (or follow guidelines) to create the proper atmosphere of their images  Data set assembled by searching for images with emotion words in image title or keywords/tags  Images are from the art-sharing web community deviantArt.com  807 images Dataset 3  Abstract paintings  How do we perceive/


The building blocks used to create a work of art.

life of its own. I try to let it come through.” He painted no image, just ”action” Piet Mondrian Dutch Abstract Painter the real artist of geometry, “abstract purity” 1872-1944 “Composition with Red, Yellow, Blue and Black”, 1921 Mondrian imposed/Leonardo da Vinci, “Vitruvian Man”, 1480 Unity: The quality of wholeness or oneness; when the components of a work of art are perceived as harmonious, giving the work a sense of completion. Variety: adds interest by using contrasting elements within the composition/


1 1. 2 The Tabernacle: Fine Arts ch11 People in the Presence of God Supplement ©2014Barry Liesch Biola University La Mirada, California.

Music Summer of 1524: Clergy e ntered the parish churches removed the relics and images whitewashed the paintings and decorations nailed the organs shut--that no music resound in churches again. Why? What was going on? 22 Representional & Abstract art Representional & Abstract art  Both permitted, despite 2nd Commandment Abstract art Abstract art  Floral patterns, geometric design, etc  Is God an abstract artist/creator?  Snowflakes, spiral nebula in solar system Representational/


Review Session Art 101 Mid-term Exam Fall 2003 Things to review Important concepts Review of various media Artwork highlights from each period.

the physical embodiment of the deity itself Divine Ruler Augustus of Primaporta - Roman Palette of King Narmer - Egyptian Abstract vs. Representational Art Representational - art intended to realistically depict something from life (or, something real) Abstract - an image created by taking something from, or abstracting, an life-like object –Even a photograph is “abstract” since it takes a three-dimensional object and forces it into only two dimensions/


Ancient Aegean and Greek Art Part I: Ancient Aegean Art The origins of the Greek world.

Minoan Bull-leaping Images The image of the bull-leaping acrobat appears frequently in Minoan art, including decorative arts, ornaments, and sculptures, as well as frescoes. Minoan Bull-fighting Image Minoan Snake Goddess A recurring theme in Minoan art is the “Snake/ Very precise, but mostly just shapes and decorations Representations of gods, animals and men But …only abstract representations Repetitive patterns rather than individual studies Parts of the body arranged as triangles, sticks and blobs /


What is Abstract art?.

painters of this movement where Piet Mondrian and Theo van Doesburg. Piet Mondrian "Composition with Red, Yellow, and Blue" Abstract Expressionism Abstract Expressionism is a style of painting in which the painter shows his personality through spontaneity.  Most abstract expressionist art is not a painting of an object or image, but instead a study in color and brush stroke.  There are two major types of/


Der Blaue Reiter Wassily Kandinsky Franz Marc. Der Blaue Reiter In1909 a group of Munich-based artists announced their common aim of “organising art exhibitions.

in debate as to whether this is the first true abstract art work. Brings in connections between art and music where he saw music’s free chords and harmonic tones as an analogy for abstract art. Early abstract forms still bound in some way to nature ie. weren/centre, opposite a blue shape that has dark lines with light greens, whites and orange. Black Arch shape gives weight to the image. Binds them together. Black Arch appears as an eruption of energy, violent struggle. Red=1side. Blue the other. Theme of /


Unit IV Subtractive Sculpture Abstraction of the Human Form

What is the definition of Additive sculpture : What is the definition of Assemblage:  What is the definition of Abstract art:  What is the definition of Non-Objective Abstract Art: What is a Maquette: What is a Contour line: What is the name at least 2 of one/ rounded contours of the form/body. Does your eye easily move around sculpture (movement)? Trace image onto tracing paper using only a contour outline. Abstract the image to include at least one hole or empty space within it. (negative space) Your only /


Art History- Pop Art + Andy Warhol

the Generation of Shopping. Pop Art Characteristics Hardedges, representational art Using mundane reality, irony and parody to “move on“ from the symbolism and "painterly looseness" of Abstract Expressionism. Appreciates popular culture, or “material culture.” It does not critique materialism and consumerism. Recognizable imagery, drawn from popular media and products. Bright colors. Influenced by comic books and newspaper photographs., Images of celebrities or fictional characters/


Chapter 15 15.2 The Influence of Abstraction In New York City, photographer Alfred Steiglitz encouraged young American abstractionists, such as Georgia.

of his compositions. While he borrowed certain visual ideas from the Cubists, his own work anticipates American Pop Art which would arise in the 1960s. Stuart Davis (1894-1964) Davis developed a hard-edge style of abstraction that was clean, colorful and personal. His images often included letters, numbers and words, and this typography was an essential part of his compositions. While he/


Purpose of Art What Is Art? What Does Art Do?

a novel or play. Bourgeios often arranges them in groups or pairs- implying a story for them. Why Abstract Art? Since the invention of photography artists have questioned whether the role of the artist paint subjects that the “camera/images may serve to focus the thoughts of the faithful by giving concrete form to abstract ideas. Greek god Inupiaq, Ceremonial Death Mask Standing Buddah (India) The End of Modernity, Josiah McElheny, 2006 Crucified Christ, Susan Young *Art Expresses Fantasy and Invention Art/


Review Grade 11 Art 2012. A French term meaning "low-raised work." Sculpture meant to be seen primarily from one direction -- as opposed to sculpture.

born), Cassatt often created images of the social and private lives of women, with particular emphasis on the intimate bonds between mothers and children. Paul Cézanne – Known for Landscapes and still life- beginnings of abstract art- influenced cubism) Berthed/Expressionism (Mexico) Diego Rivera- Liberation of the Peon Expressionism (Mexico) Frida Kahlo-The Two Fridas Cubism an abstract movement in art, developed in the early 1900s It is based on the theory that objects should be captured by showing /


Art 3101 Powerpoint Two Powerpoint Presentation Two Dr. David Ludley.

James Marshall Kerry James Marshall, "Many Mansions“ 1994. Acrylic and collage on unstretched canvas, 114 x 135 inches. Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL. Courtesy Jack ShainmanJack Shainman Gallery, New YorkGallery, New York. "The painting is / images as black folks. Ive seen and heard white folk refer to these images as black folks. And its really disturbing. They dont say images, they dont say representations, whether grotesque or accurate or abstracted...Thats troublesome because... theyre images /


1 Image Subject Searching: What We Know and Where We Need to Go Rachael Bradley April 2007 Acknowlegement: This presentation builds upon research conducted.

abstraction symbolized by time 1. Shatford, 1986; Armitage and Enser, 1997 Each level can be divided into factual or expressional Simplified into Specific Of, Generic Of, and About 10 Image Analysis Descriptive Analysis –Recognition and description of visual elements in a work of art/ public as well as professional community to apply text descriptions to images Steve.museum –“At The Metropolitan Museum of Art, early studies indicate a significant variation between the existing collections documentation/


Abstract Expressionism By: Sofia Garces-Vasquez. What is it? Abstract Expressionism is the name for an artistic movement that grew in the USA (1940) (1950)

to express the subconscious using symbolic and dream like images. While abstract expressionists expressed things through the actual process of painting. Before Abstract Expressionism many artists did not value American art as much as European art. Some copied its style while others painted realist images of life. In the rural and urban united states the recognition of the Abstract Expressionist meant that for the first time the/


Semi-Abstract Art refers to a style of painting or sculpture in which the subject remains recognizable although the forms are highly stylized in a manner.

recognizable although the forms are highly stylized in a manner derived from abstract art. so, basically, it is the art of simplifying an image to say “more” with “less” detail Abstraction of a tree through 3 stages, by famous artist, Mondrian Assignment – Mini Abstraction Series Vocabulary: balance, negative space, composition, unity, abstract Project: Create a semi-abstracted painting Process: Using a viewfinder or cropping “L’s”, you will/


Art History II Instructor Dustin M Price. What did we cover last time? -The Rape of Europa Film - Remember that there are two questions that I want you.

art movement known as Abstract Expressionism. The term typically describes large-scale canvases dominated by flat expanses of colour and having a minimum of surface detail.” - “Color-field paintings typically have a unified, single-image field/own life on February 25, 1970, in his New York studio Untitled (Black on Grey) 1969/1970 Exam III: Vocab: -Art Informal - Abstract Expressionism - Formalist - Color Field Painting -Artists: - Jackson Pollock - Lee Krasner -Willem de Kooning - Mark Rothko -Artwork/


Making a place: art, writing and a more-than- texual approach A peer reviewed paper that was published in the Geographical Review, Volume 103, No. 2, pages.

University/ University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, ‘The making of a place: Art Making and the Value of the More-Than-Written’, formed the basis for the article in the Geographical Review. Image one & a description of what we are looking at in the context of the project. Image six: Abstract for the academic paper presented at the Canadian Association of Geographers Annual Congress/


Early Twentieth Century Art Prairie Style 1900-1917 Wright Fauvism 1905 Derain, Matisse The Bridge 1905 Kirchner Cubism 1907-1930’s Picasso Futurism 1909-1914.

and how they were exhibited Characteristics of Dada Dadaists accepted ready-mades as an art form and often worked on glass Challenged the relationship between words and images, incorporated words prominently in their works If a glass shattered (a few / Third International, 1919-1920, wood, iron, glass, model now destroyed Commemorates the 1917 Russian Revolution Tatlin believed that abstract art represented a new society built free of past associations To have been made of iron and glass, existed as a model/


Art 1010: Week #8 Writing About Art June 11th, 2009 TWTh 6:00 - 8:40 pm Bryce Walker.

Lake George.  II. O’Keeffe’s move toward abstraction even before Lake George. Discussion of her early style.  III. Lake George as a topic. Stieglitz’s images of Lake George. Discussion of several key images by O’Keeffe.  IV. Summary of changes in/and employ inaccurate or immature vocabulary, the resulting paper will not be successful. Common Questions About Writing ART1010- Intro to Art, Bryce Walker 10  Word Usage Most students consider the first draft their final draft. The unfortunate effect of this /


2013-14 Studio Art Daily Plans Nov 18-22, 2013 Ms. Livoti.

of abstract portraits by Pablo Picasso Design Principal Focus Unity: Sense of togetherness. Created through using simplified art elements such as shapes, lines and values. Also, similar art elements throughout a design create unity. Variety: Creating interest by using different art elements and techniques within a composition. What is creating unity? What is creating variety? Do you think the same artist created this image? Why/


AP ART HISTORY What I Need To Know. ELEMENTS OF ART AND PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN.

stylized aquatic birds on top ; below stylized running dogs with long narrow bodies -Oversized horns abstract stylized motif -In the middle of horns is a clan symbol of family ownership Why? -Perhaps the image identifies the deceased as belonging to a particular group or family Visual example Sculpture in Prehistoric Art Tlatilco Female Figures c. 1200- 900 B.C.E, ceramic, Princeton University/


POP ART ANDY WARHOL AND FRIENDS. ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONISM Pollock’s Legacy – Pictures of Nothing: Abstract Art Since Pollock by Kirk Varnedoe Critic Clement.

Independent Group Sir Eduardo Paolozzi John McHale Focused on popular culture images POP ART In the US 1960s Jasper Johns and Robert Rauschenberg NYC show POP ARTISTS Jasper Johns Robert Rauschenberg WHITE FLAG Jasper Johns White Flag - Pictures of Nothing: Abstract Art Since Pollock by Kirk Varnedoe Started countercurrent to abstraction Advent of pop art New imagery or return to real Revival of Duchamp and Dada/


Principles of Art Organize the Elements of Art Create Visual Comfort & Interest.

that is not the figure(s). PRINCIPALS OF ART SUMMARY 1. BALANCE: Similar amount of information in two parts 2. MOVEMENT: Leads the eye to the focus of the image 3. RHYTHM/REPITITION/PATTERN: The same element used/abstract- art.com/abstraction/l2_grnfthrs_fldr/g029b_kand insky_tr_ln.html Kandinsky http://www.abstract- art.com/abstraction/l2_grnfthrs_fldr/g029b_kand insky_tr_ln.htmlhttp://www.abstract- art.com/abstraction/l2_grnfthrs_fldr/g029b_kand insky_tr_ln.htmlhttp://www.abstract- art.com/abstraction/


Abstract Photography Manipulating Reality. What is Abstraction? What does it mean to “abstract” something?What does it mean to “abstract” something? An.

or imitating external reality A VERY BRIEF Historical Overview of Abstraction in Painting Neo-Classicism Impressionism… Expressionism Cubism…. Surrealism Modern Why make abstract art? What is the purpose of art? What is the purpose of an image?What is the purpose of art? What is the purpose of an image? How is art different from real life?How is art different from real life? How did the invention of/


ASSESSMENT FOR LEARNING KS3 Subject: Art & Design KS3 Theme/Topic/Project: The White Rabbit - Base Line Test KEYWORDS:- Media, Watercolours, Poster Paint,

interesting patterns, shapes and textures and create an attractive composition. You may use watercolours or pencil crayon to colour the images. Focus on creating tonal difference across the piece. Task Three: Learn the following 10 Key Words for a test: Abstraction, Surrealism, Conceptual Art, Symbolism, Rabbit, Queen of Hearts, Cheshire Cat, Mad Hatter, Mock turtle, Flamingo (Look, Cover, Say, Write x3) Working bronze/


Arts and Modern Society Poetry Review Marcel Duchamp Nude Descending a Staircase No. 2 1912.

html by Pieter Bruegel the Elder (c. 1525-1569), "Musée des Beaux Art" (1)The Massacre of the Innocents Images source: http://bruegel.pieter.free.fr/innocents_soldats.htm http://bruegel.pieter.free.fr/innocents_soldats./” and “Musee des beaux arts”) Human Suffering/Aspiration and Art: Abstraction & Understanding of Human Position (“Musees des beaux arts”), Human Sympathy (“Vincent”) Reference Alexander Nemerov. “The Flight of Form: Auden, Bruegel, and the Turn to Abstraction in the 1940s.” Critical Inquiry/


Word/Image Association Unit By Erin Wesely. LESSON 1: Feelings in Art.

and students follow. INTERDISCIPLINARY CONNECTIONS Psychology English VOCABULARY Emotion Experience Lesson 3: Feelings in Art LESSON THEME Word/Image Association BIG IDEA OR ENDURING IDEA Everyone has emotions. People have unique experiences in /images speak the message and my repetition of color and images create unity in the piece. Seeing the images in the PowerPoint helped me create a design with meaning. INTERDISCIPLINARY CONNECTIONS Math English History Science VOCABULARY Abstract Expressionism Pop Art/


BSRTAACT E XPRESSIONISM *Started in 1940’s*. Timeline Early 1940’s >> Abstract art emerged in New York City 1947 >> Jackson Pollock started the “drip”

and what mood they might want to portray Most people say that no matter what mood you’re in, you can look at a piece of abstract art and still be able to relate to it in some way Abstract art is all shapes, no real-life images, scenery, or objects Significant People Jackson Pollock (1912-1956) Moved to New York to study at the/


The Self in Women’s Art – Women Artists from the Middle Ages to Now Throughout the centuries, the self has been an important subject and topic of women’s.

texts they were producing. They create a sense of authorship by incorporating a self-portrait into letters and images of their work. Accompanied by the statement that they copied the text and illustrated it they established themselves as/abstract self-portrait, not of her body but of her soul and mind. Abstract art can be seen as a revelation of the self. Louise Bourgeois, “Spider”, 1997 Louise Bourgeois also dealt with personal issues in her works of art. Her art has been described as “confessional art/


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