Bees can repeat a hexagon millions of time and never have any open spaces or gaps in their honeycomb. The volume of a hexagon, or how much honey one can hold is pretty big. The biggest volume and surface area you can have for a shape is a circle. It would be a good shape to use for a honeycomb, but bees can’t use a circle. They can’t use it because a circle can’t tessellate.
Andy Goldsworthy is an environmental artist who is mainly concerned with the natural world. His artworks can be analyzed through the Postmodern Frame; he uses natural and found materials such as leaves, sticks, rocks and spit to form his sculptures and challenges the notion of the art object as permanent and valuable. He also documents his works through photography, a non-traditional art medium, due to their transitory nature. He intends to amuse the audience and question their use of the environment. One of his artworks, "Midsummer Snowballs" (2000), consists of thirteen oversize snowball sculptures formed out of concealed pieces of natural materials, including river pebbles, ears of barley and feathers.
People from all walks of life; gather to see the ground zero sight. I think she wanted the reader to know how an event like this can bring all sorts of people together. There seems to be a need to pay respect to the living heroes, as well as the lost lives. The beginning of Suzanne’s article, she mentioned that she had never visited the Manhattan’s financial district. I personally think she mentioned this so you would know that she had never seen the towers standing.
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Q1 After reading the essay, What image do you carry away of taxidermy? Q2 Why do you think Susan Orlean chose to attend a taxidermists’ championship ? A1 In the essay “Lifelike”, Orlean introduced taxidermy by writing the experience of 2003 World Taxidermy Championships. The author delivered her experience from the point of view of someone who does not know about taxidermy at all. The way of her writing does work well to approach the readers who don’t know much about mounting animals because I also changed my view point to look at the field after I read the essay.
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Mud and sugar or syrup with paint on plywood as in “Woman with Glasses” by Jimmy Lee Sudduth, who collected and used earth pigments in a way that recalls prehistoric painters who’s subtle and sophisticated depictions of game animals adorn the caves of Southwestern Europe. While there were many more works that truly astounded me, there were two that require mention. The first reminded me of what Rodin’s door sculpture might be like; it was an actual door with paintings depicting the stages of death, from the funeral to the afterlife. It was
Natural World I have for some time been exploring and reflecting on what urban naturalism might look like. Thus, I was very excited to read Lyanda Lynn Haupt’s book Crow Planet: Essential Wisdom from the Urban Wilderness, in which she ponders what it might be like to be a naturalist in the city. Haupt has chosen the crow whose presence in almost any environment, even ones that have been highly humanized, to write this book. The focus of the book is mainly crows, but it is really about so much more. It makes the readers notice the simple and unknown urban wildlife that can be found essentially everywhere in the city, and the wildlife is living with humans.
The way Balla saw the world influenced his artwork being that it was dedicated to the era of futurism and the technique that he used to depict the movements of the dachshund and owner were symbolic to the futurism movement. Giacomo Balla’s painting “Dynamism of a Dog on a Leash” purpose is to depict the movement of the dog and its owner through the use of superimposing several images on top of each other. Balla created this painting in the Futurism era, which was focused on capturing movement as the twentieth century dynamically thrusted forward. The artist has attempted to recreate the movement sequence of the dog and its owner walking through the use of painting every position that their body parts could be in. This results the images of the two subjects to be blurred but if you look closely you can decipher each leg, tail or foot into singular limbs/body parts.