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LIVING WITH ART. Megalith. Figure & Ground. Figure & Ground. Vanitas. ART IDENTIFICATIONS. Brancusi, Bird in Space , 1928-30, Modernism . Other views of Bird in Space. Van Gogh, The Starry Night, 1889, Post Impressionist . Matisse, Venus , 1952, Modernism.

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Living with art

LIVING WITH ART


Megalith

Megalith


Figure ground

Figure & Ground


Figure ground1

Figure & Ground


Vanitas

Vanitas


Art identifications

ART IDENTIFICATIONS


Brancusi bird in space 1928 30 modernism

Brancusi, Bird in Space, 1928-30, Modernism


Other views of bird in space

Other views of Bird in Space


Van gogh the starry night 1889 post impressionist

Van Gogh, The Starry Night, 1889, Post Impressionist


Matisse venus 1952 modernism

Matisse, Venus, 1952, Modernism


Neolithic stemmed vessel china 2000 bc neolithic

Neolithic Stemmed Vessel, China, 2000 BC, Neolithic


Hawkinson emoter mixed media installation 2002

Hawkinson, Emoter, Mixed Media Installation, 2002


Critical thinking questions

Critical Thinking Questions


Living with art1

Living with Art


Form meaning

Form & Meaning


Form meaning1

Form & Meaning


Order structure

Order & Structure


Exploring aesthetic possibilities

Exploring Aesthetic Possibilities


Functions of an artist

Functions of an artist

  • Create places for human purpose

  • Create extraordinary version of ordinary objects

  • Record & commemorate

  • Tangible form to the unknown

  • Form to feeling and ideas

  • See the world in new ways


Places for human purpose

Places for human purpose


Places for human purpose1

Places for human purpose


Places for human purpose2

Places for human purpose


Extraordinary versions of ordinary objects

Extraordinary versions of ordinary objects


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Extraordinary versions of ordinary objects


Record commemorate

Record & Commemorate


Record commemorate1

Record & Commemorate


Form to the unknown

Form to the unknown


Feelings ideas

Feelings & Ideas


New way of looking

New way of looking


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New way of looking


Creative traits

Sensitivity

Flexibility

Originality

Playfulness

Productivity

Fluency

AnalyticalSkill

OrganizationalSkill

Creative Traits


Edward weston

Edward Weston


Reversible figures

Reversible Figures


Reversible figures1

Reversible Figures


Reversible figures2

Reversible Figures


Reversible figures3

Reversible Figures


Why study art

Why Study Art?

Expression


Why study art1

Why Study Art?

Social Values


Why study art2

Why Study Art?

Human Intelligence


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