Variety is created through the different shapes, patterns, and contrasting colors that bring the painting together. Activity C: Evaluating a Painting Directions Evaluate Frida Kahlo’s painting Diego and I. Then answer the following questions. Write your answer in the box. 1.
A couple of his artworks for example, “The family, 1941” and “The visitation, 1941” were among his early collection. Both of these pieces were very similar in style: the paintings were abstract, however, were drawn to scale. He painted the people to have comparable, dominating features: long flat noses, full lips and dark skin. In “The visitation, 1941,” the visual point is the faces of the two women. Their expression is one of sadness or maybe confusion.
Olumide Adeyekun Group #2 Termite Response to Either Red Ink Pen or Red ink Sharpie Hypothesis: Termites were observed by seeing what ink they preferred, whether it is the ink from a red pen or the ink from a red sharpie. The termites were placed on paper that had drawings in red pen ink and red sharpie ink. They were drawn towards the areas drawn in red ink pen more than the areas drawn in red ink sharpie. The reaction of the termites may be due to the characteristics of the red ink pen and the red ink sharpie. The actual color, the scent and/or the dryness may play a role in the termite’s preference.
This was done by using some felt and cutting it to a shape of a charicter they wanted to make out of a book i drew the shape on the felt and asked the children to cut around it. I carefully supervised the children to make sure that they do not hurt themselves while they were doing the activity. I also asked the children that were struggling using the scissors if they needed help or if they wanted to use a different type of scissors. I also asked if they were using the correct hand with the scissors if not i would give them the right scissors to match the hand they were using. This is so that they will find it easier and comfortable to use them i also showed them how to hold the scissors to make it easier for the children.
After that I will then contract each district and ask for time to come to one of their in-services meetings and show the pencil and have them try using the device. The two types of business that will be involved in helping to produce the writing pencil will be the company that will help in making the mold for the pencils. The other business will be the company that will create the software that will be in the clip of the pencil. In order to find the right company I will interview different ones and I will know which one is really interesting and believes the product will work and be
Materials: The materials we will need are students, pitcher, and a pretend sun. Procedure: We will bring students to the carpet and discuss the plant cycle again just making sure they a great understanding about the plant cycle. Then we will have some start off as a seed on the floor. Next we will ask one student to pretend that are the water and give them a pitcher and pretend they are pouring water on the students. I will then hold up the sun to demonstrate the sunlight that the plant needs to receive when
Courage gives people the push when things go wrong. To sum up courage when it comes to persistence and enthusiasm, courage give people the push they need to get things done, to strive not only for excellence, but to become number one. The video I picked was Tom Shannon’s, The Painter and The Pendulum. This short interview was about Tom Shannon who uses an elaborate, but easy set up to paint his masterpieces. Tom created a machine using a pendulum which he referred to as the point between the earth and the sun, a few paint sprayers connected to toy plane motors, and a remote control with sliding dials to paint his pictures.
In order for this style to be clarified artists used short brush strokes, dotting and smearing techniques. This was achieved in the paintings I’ve chosen, making them each historically significant. The post-impressionism transitions these styles by adding more emotion to the naturalism. It’s a movement in broad terms that covers many artists and styles. The post-impressionist paintings I’ve selected were closer to the impressionist style and created by founding artists of this new movement.
Naming and detailing help paint a picture for the readers, making them aware of the surroundings, as if the reader had experienced the same childhood memory. The combinations of the sentences are structured to give every detail, binding every small piece of information together, with the use of many commas to separate the many elements given. On the other hand, “Always Running” is not so much detailed as Dillard’s. The use of descriptive strategies draws the readers in differently, creating dominant impressions that enable the readers to imagine what the significance was like for the author. “We stopped in front of a chain-linked fence which surrounded the school.
When he felt he had the right image he would then project the slide onto a canvas and pencil in both lines and details. The reason why Goings was so amazingly talented is because he could paint the photograph with such profound detail that the audience would be able to see detail that they would typically not be able to see in reality. "My paintings are about light, about the way things look in their environment and especially about how things look painted. Form, color and space are at the whim of reality, their discovery and organization is the assignment of the realist painter." The painting called Ralphs Diner (1982) is a great example of the vivid detail he used with light color and texture.