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  • First of all. I’ll start with a presentation covering a wide range of things. Things that I found interesting.\n\nNext. I’ll have a video that goes along with my application\n\nand then I have a class activity.\n
  • Throughout history, Schools have been placing more and more emphasis on Math and English Subjects. When there are funding problems, Art Classes and Music Classes are often the first on the list to be cut.There is something that we all take for granted. As technology advances. We lose the need for natural talent. What happens when all pictures we see are just enhanced pictures?Art and Music provides students with Freedom from Reality. A freedom that Math and English Classes are unable to give. Art is a perception of Reality, something that Mathematics and Reading can’t teach.\n
  • If I had a few words to describe my life. I would use these words.\n\nI’ve encountered many art students, many of whom took Art seriously and recent have accepted that some people live their lives through Art. I just happen not to be one of those people.\n\nPersonally, I believe Art is a process and a form of creation. To draw is to create.\n\nI recently wanted to do color because to me, I wanted to add another layer to my pictures. A very large portion of my pictures are in black and white because I am so comfortable using just a pencil.\n
  • Before I get started on Art Inspiration, being the history man I am, I want to talk about why we lost our interest in art and the government has something to do with this loss. Thats why I’m starting with Art programs. Art Programs were brought up from the late 19th Century. During the 1920, Educators believed that arts had been firmly rooted in the curriculum. It wasn’t till the Great Depression that Art programs Dwindled. Many schools suffered from budget cuts. To compensate for the lowering cost, most art programs were usually the first to have their funds cut in order to keep other programs alive like Math and Sciences. The War didn’t help. Many people were focused on getting jobs that nobody had free money to spend on things like Art supplies.\n
  • In the 1950s, Art programs were brought back up because of the Massive Baby boom era that occurred at the Time Periods when war veterans were settling down and having children.\n\nSchools had a lot of Government funding. However, the success that art programs had was short-lived. When the Russians Launched Spunik, many schools were forced by the government to place more emphasis on Mathematics and Sciences. And this yet again stifled any sense of resurgence of art education\n
  • After the election of Reagan in 1980, Frank Hodsoll was elected as fourth Head chairman of the NEA, National Endowment for the Arts, in 1981. Previously, the NEA funded the Arts but its effect was not effective enough. Frank Hodsoll weighed on the NEA report “A Report on Arts Education.” With that, he visited Arists and argued with teachers for better curriculums, comprehensive testing, improved data gathering improved teacher quality, and increased educational responsibility. \n\n\n
  • In 1994, the influential National K-12 Standards for the arts was published. Following new standards, the K-12 arts teacher associations was successful when Congress signed in 1994 the Goals 2000: Educate America Act into Law. All students will “demonstrate competency over challenging subject matter in many subjects including Art.” This was one of the first times that art was included as a core subject.\n
  • George W Bush who was the Governor of Texas at the time of the 2000 presidential campaign thought that the “Texas educational miracle” was a model for the rest of the Nation. In Texas, Dropout rates plunged and test scores soared but Critics argued that the schools were focused on Areas or subjects tested on high stakes exams. As a result, Bush saw this as an opportunity and came up with the reauthorization of the No Child Left Behind. \n
  • Because of the No Child Left Behind Act, many school districts have increased instructional time for Reading and language arts and an even greater amount of time is devoted to test taking Strategies. You can say that the No Child Left Behind Act really hurt Art Education. Time and Time after again. Policy makers have been increasing focus on Core Subjects at the expense of Art education.\n
  • In this slide, I will diverge from History to Science. We can all agree that we have heard that a portion of the brain is dedicated to creativity and the other portion to intelligence. I want to explore the idea.\n
  • A study was done on Americans’ leisure time. As a result, most Americans spend most of their time not eating, nor drinking alcohol but indulging in experiences that they know are not real. We much would rather create a world and pretend than socialize or build relationships. We, as people are moved by “motivational” stories because we believe these stories to be real. It is the imagination that is the source of our empathy if we believe the events were true. If we were to watch a movie, we would feel bad when something bad happened to an undeserving person.\n
  • There is a part of our brain which controls our relational thoughts. That part of our Brain is called our Limbic System, located underneath the top layer of our brain or the inner border of the cortex. Through the limbic system, Artists discover the world through the logic of presentation. Artists have the aesthetic vision which reshapes images into a sense of perception. Artists interpret and reconstruct images that follow that set pattern.\n\n
  • There is actually a lot more to the limbic system. There is one part that controls the hormones production and release that could be the source of our talents. The articles I’ve read only had Orbitofrontal Cortex which is usually used for decision making, Dentate Gyrus whch usually regulates happiness, hippocampus which regulates long term memories.\n
  • Through the limbic system, Artists are writers have similar views on their works. Both Artists and Writers view their work of art as a form of structure and perception. Effective art is used to invoke emotions. Effective writing is used the same way. \n
  • Artists and musicians have a few things in common. Through the limbic system, Art perceives their work as a form of structure and systems. Musicians should feel the same way. Sometimes, we have a set way of illustrating our problems through art. Musicians do the very same thing. Musicians view their work as a form of controls and system.\n
  • At the very least, modern music has overtaken classical music. Digital technology has made drawn art useless. There have been budget cuts for Art programs. As technology has advanced, less and less natural talent in the Arts is needed.\n
  • Now to the actual Art education. At the core of every art student, almost every art student must learn the concept behind Color unless he happens to be Shade Artist. But otherwise these are the very basic terminology of color students.\nSaturation\nColor\nHue\n
  • We all know RGB. Before, in the 1660s, scientists and people believed that White and Black were the only two color that existed. Color was formed when light hits a prism and the prism “colors” the light. There then came a man named Hooke who hypothesized that White is the closest to Red and Black is the Closest to Blue. To alter the color, you just needed to add more pure white light or pure black darkness. This was completely wrong.\n
  • Then came a man named Newton. He proved Hooke wrong by doing this experiment. Here’s how he did it. Newton set up a prism near his window, and projected a rainbow spectrum 22 feet onto the far wall. He did this to show that light is composed of color. Further, to prove that the prism was not coloring the light, he placed another prism to refract the light back together. Therefore. He showed that the color can be refracted into light.\n
  • Color Wheel? Newton invented it. The main three colors are Red, Yellow and Blue. and we define these colors as primary colors. The reason for it was that Newton believed that these colors were the most intensive. When we mix the primary layers, we’ll get our secondary layer and have our Secondary colors consisting of Green, orange and purple. If we happen to do it one more time, we will get something called. Tertiary colors, which are basically those colors we name Red-Orange. Yellow Green. Etcetera.\n
  • In the simplest of terms, color theory is the study of which colors have the most psychological impact on the human mind and any sense of mixture/design that it would have on the human mind. Color Theory is also a study of the color mixing and complements.\n
  • The concept of complementary colors is a simple concept. We need to use the color wheel. For example when we use this shade of red, according to Color Theory, we can use any color that is either adjacent or directly accross. Meaning. Red would look good with a type of cyan, magenta or orange. As illustrated by this picture, red and orange complement each other.\n
  • Color has the effect of affecting moods and work ethics. Cool tones are calm and relaxing. Hot tones are stimulating and vibrant. Cool tones are placed in order to placate stressed employees. Also the colors are used in order to tell what type of room it is. Cool colored rooms signifies a quiet environment. Hot colored rooms signifies a more stimulating environment. However there are limitations to the stimulation of hot colors. When choosing colors, first priority is color. Second priority is durability, lighting and quality of colors.\n
  • Achromatic colors are usually any form of gray but there are instances in which each picture doesn’t nesessarily have to have too much color. When we think of gray, we think of dull and boring. These pictures are lacking in stimulation.\n\nFor actual shades of Gray. the concept of warm vs cool also applied here. Red. Orange. Yellow can be combined to create a warm colored. Gray. Blue. Green. violet can create a cool colored gray. Branching of my previous slide of complementary colors. Two colors are complementary if they were to mix and form the color gray.\n
  • Tint and Shading. These two terms are usually associated with each other. Tint is how much white is added and shading is how much black is added. As you can see, this tint of color is much lighter than the regular color and as we progress, the colors get darker. Note that if you were to change the tint or shade of a color. The hue would still stay the same.\n
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  • The purpose of this slide is to show that I actually have a background with shading. There was another reason that I wanted to talk about color. I wanted to add another layer to my picture. Like I said before. Gray is a very dull color. I wanted to add another dimension to my pictures with color. And thats why I choose color theory.\n
  • At first. I thought. how am I going to talk about something for 8 minutes. Well this is how. I started with this picture and drew it sometime in December? I know I did it a while back. I pondered how I would approach color. Seeing the artist I am. I didn’t really want to waste my good copy so I made a copy and colored the copy and shaded the other. I actually prefer the color over my shaded picture. There is something very relaxing with the colored picture. But Hell. I can’t talk about this for 8 minutes. So. Instead of talking. I’ll show a movie.\n
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  • I started this picture sometime in January? It took me a total of 3 days to finish outlining, shading and coloring. 5 hours outlining. 3 hours shading. 2 hours. coloring. I prefer my shaded picture over my colored picture.\n
  • I actually came up with the character in front. I did not come up with the character in back. The character in the back is actually named after a greek demon called Thanatos. What I tried to do was approach both the concept of complimentary color and warm vs cool. The character in front. I wanted to show that it was a more relaxing feeling. However in the back with the monster. I wanted to show the urgency that monster was showing. I don’t like how this colored picture showed up. My biggest regret? Not using a good enough black. Drawing a person. The reason I don’t draw in color was because I never could get skin color correct. The color would appear very pasty to me and would really offset my entire picture. We all have different skin color. I can’t always get the proper skin color. \n
  • This is among my favorite pictures. I drew this days after the first portfolios were due. I made a movie illustrating the first picture but I thought it was too boring. So I drew this guy. This guy sadly is not my creation. What I like most about this creature is the fact that he has no skin color. \n
  • Applied learning? I tried to stick with colors that usually compliments each other. It may not look like it but I used 7 different shades of red just to get the color correct. I like colored picture if I did not draw the shaded picture. The shaded picture is definitely among my top favorites. There is just so much detail. My biggest regret is definitely not using a good enough black. If I were to redraw this picture. I would do a half-shaded half-colored pictured. I believe that I would not only have another dimension to my pictures but definition as well. Sadly I didn’t have enough time.\n
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  • In Conclusion. I’m pretty happy that I did Color Theory. Even though I was not successful in my honest opinion, I did get a little more knowledge with Color. I never knew that.\n
  • this color wheel. is. possibly. the. most. important. thing. to. any. artist. I NEVER paid any attention to this color wheel. I’m pretty sure I’ll be drawing more pictures which are half colored and half shaded. Maybe thats my style of drawing.\n

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  • “As long as I cancurse your name, Ishall not bedefeated!” “This is the final chapter “Pride? I’ll show you the of my story.” true heart of a lion.” Julian Yuen “I’m going to echo my name Period 2. Rieger. through the world.”
  • Overview Look. I said I was sorry. Play Time is over. Presentation. -History.of.Art.Education -Science.Behind.Art -Some.Topics.Art.Education. Application. Class Activity.Enjoy this moment because this Pray. One. Last. Time. breath will be your last
  • Objective✤ Throughout history, Schools have been placing more and more emphasis on Math and English Subjects. When there are funding problems, Art Classes and Music Classes are often the first on the list to be cut.✤ There is something that we all take for granted. As technology advances. We lose the need for natural talent. What happens when all pictures we see are just enhanced pictures?✤ Art and Music provide students with a freedom from Reality, a freedom that Math and English Classes are unable to give. Art is a perception of Reality, something that Mathematics and Reading can’t teach.
  • Why Art? Style. Way of Life. Process. Creation. EmotionClean Simple Ambition Life
  • History behind Art and Art Programs1 7
  • History [...continued]• Sputnik • Property of the Soviet Union • First launched in October 4, 1957 2 2. Sputnik http://www.flickr.com/photos/davepearson/2100336355/sizes/o/ 02 Mar. 2011 18. My first Shooting star http://www.flickr.com/photos/atom916/5335010259/ 06 Mar. 2011
  • History [...continued]3. Ronald Reagans first speech of the 1980 Presidential campaign, July 18, 1980 (Houston, Texas) http://www.flickr.com/photos/jim-in-times-square/288095872/sizes/o/ 02 Mar. 20114. Ronald Reagan http://www.flickr.com/photos/45829817@N02/4209378415/sizes/m/ 02 Mar. 2011
  • K-12 Standards Goals.2000.Educate.America.Act All Students will “demonstrate competency over challenging subject matters in many subjects.”19. Educate-k-12.jpg http://www.flickr.com/photos/babuljak/5302091060/ 10 Mar. 2011
  • George W. Bush Reauthorization of the No Child Left Behind Act5. George W. Bush http://www.flickr.com/photos/45829817@N02/4209378513/sizes/m/ 02 Mar. 2011
  • No Child Left Behind• More instructional Time for Reading and Language Arts.• More Test time to Test Taking Strategies.
  • The Intelligence behind The Human MindArt Inspires the Curious Mind What is life, but a series of inspired follies? -George Bernard Shaw6 6. Art Inspires the Curious Minds / 100% Acrylic Art Guards by Agata Olek / Dumbo Arts Center: Art Under the Bridge Festival 2009 / 20090926.10D.54792.P1.L1.CC / SML http://www.flickr.com/ photos/seeminglee/3977227610 02 Mar. 2011
  • “Art is made to disturb. Science reassures. There is only one valuable thing in art: The thing you cannot explain.” -George Braque. Dreams Inspiration Aspirations“The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance.”-Aristotle8. Pencil Vs Camera – 32 http://www.flickr.com/photos/benheine/4918260582/sizes/l/ 02 Mar. 2011
  • Concept behind the Artistic Human Mind “Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.”11. Art Class http://www.flickr.com/photos/36076161@N06/3345216012/sizes/z/in/photostream/ 02 Mar. 201112. Thinking: Self Portrait http://www.flickr.com/photos/budrowilson/3863087943/sizes/l/ 03 Mar. 201113. Presentation, GSM, Cambridge http://www.flickr.com/photos/therevsteve/1584427733/ 04 Mar. 201117. Day 365/365 – 365 Phobiahttp://www.flickr.com/photos/fixe/3717728110/sizes/l/ 06 Mar. 2011
  • Limbic System.• Orbitofrontal Cortex:- Usually used for decision making• Dentate Gyrus:- Usually regulates Happiness• Hippocampus:- Formulates Long-term memories.• :-A lot more.
  • Artist - Writers29. Street Artist (Art . Life) http://www.flickr.com/photos/chezc/5549189986/ 11 Mar. 201130. Writer’s Block http://www.flickr.com/photos/harry20larry/5581251101/ 11 Mar. 2011
  • Artists - Musicians“The longer you look at an object, themore abstract it becomes, and, ironically,the more real.” -Degas “To be an artist is to believe in life.” -Henry Moore
  • Verdict? 16. St Michael slaying the dragon http://www.flickr.com/photos/paullew/2213944755/ 06 Mar. 2011 13. Presentation, GSM, Cambridge http://www.flickr.com/photos/therevsteve/1584427733/ 04 Mar. 2011 12. Thinking: Self Portrait http://www.flickr.com/photos/budrowilson/3863087943/sizes/l/ 03 Mar. 2011“You could say that I have no inspiration, that I only need to paint.” Francis Bacon
  • Very.Basic.Terminology• Saturation:- Sense of Colorfulness. Usually. Color Artists compare any color to the color gray, in order to determine the level of colorfulness.• Hue:- tUsually. Its the pure color.• Tint:- a shade or variety of color: Uses the Color of White.• Shade:- a shade or variety of color: Uses the Color of Black
  • A Little Background knowledge Behind Color Sky. Squall. Clouds. To where will you run away? Into the world that abhors you and I?20. Color Chasing http://www.flickr.com/photos/thomasonimages/3436014515/ 10 Mar. 2011
  • “Stand Back. Watch me Grow.” Newton. “Stand Back. Take it easy.”24. So Much Undiscoverd http://www.flickr.com/photos/sky_jokiel/4448932975/ 10 Mar. 2011
  • Color Wheel? “I walked into an art room and there wasn’t even a single piece of art. All that was hanging was this single Color Wheel.”
  • Color Theory Color Theory. Study of Psychological Impact Color Mixes and Complements.
  • Concept of Complementary colors “God was just showing off when he created you.” “I can live for two months on a good compliment.” ~Mark Twain23. Sky Fragments http://www.flickr.com/photos/angie_real/2847253015/ 10 Mar. 201126. Ferris Wheel http://www.flickr.com/photos/zebandrews/3591813160/ 10 Mar. 2011
  • Warm V. Cool Cool When.snow.falls. Nature.Listens Heat22. Symphony of Colors. http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3388/3343188281_7a072cd592_o.jpg 10 Mar. 2011
  • Achromatic Colors “I dream in my own little world. There. I don’t get hurt.” “I dream of a life25. http://www.flickr.com/photos/daytripper-/5150239791/ 10 Mar. 2011 better than this.”27. I’m a dreamer http://www.flickr.com/photos/letv/5359750247/ 10 Mar. 2011
  • Tints and Shades 28. Colour- Tints & Shades 2 http://www.flickr.com/photos/52882578@N05/5035593111/ 10. Mar. 2011
  • The Application of Color Theory
  • “Stay your “I fight tongue. I “Brave because I have seen Spirit. have a whatCome to dream. A comes of “Juding by yourme. Bathe dream to those who attitude. I’m guessing in the fill the raise that you don’t use that light” world themselves brain very often.” with Wild above roses.” others.”
  • Applied Learning? Regrets?
  • Applied Learning? Regrets?
  • Class Activity• Think of an inspiration and instead of writing the inspiration on the large piece of paper. Draw an inspiration and give it some sort of Shape or Form.
  • Class Activity . . .• Think of an inspiration and instead of writing the inspiration on the large piece of paper. Draw an inspiration and give it some sort of Shape or Form.
  • Works CitedPicture Citations 1. Learn to drive!...Art Deco Poster style!! http://www.flickr.com/photos/truelovetomorrow/3747787948/sizes/o/ 02 Mar. 2011 2. Sputnik http://www.flickr.com/photos/davepearson/2100336355/sizes/o/ 02 Mar. 2011 3. Ronald Reagans first speech of the 1980 Presidential campaign, July 18, 1980 (Houston, Texas) http://www.flickr.com/photos/jim-in-times-square/288095872/sizes/o/ 02 Mar. 2011 4. Ronald Reagan http://www.flickr.com/photos/45829817@N02/4209378415/sizes/m/ 02 Mar. 2011 5. George W. Bush http://www.flickr.com/photos/45829817@N02/4209378513/sizes/m/ 02 Mar. 2011 6. Art Inspires the Curious Minds / 100% Acrylic Art Guards by Agata Olek / Dumbo Arts Center: Art Under the Bridge Festival 2009 / 20090926.10D.54792.P1.L1.CC / SML http:// www.flickr.com/photos/seeminglee/3977227610 02 Mar. 2011 7. World War 2 Soldier (Home Guard), Leuchars, Scotland http://www.flickr.com/photos/baosbheinn/3274075089/sizes/l/ 02 Mar. 2011 8. Pencil Vs Camera – 32 http://www.flickr.com/photos/benheine/4918260582/sizes/l/ 02 Mar. 2011 9. Right Brain vs. Left Brain http://www.flickr.com/photos/thomasludovic/854795115/sizes/z/ 02 Mar. 2011 10. LézArts Scéniques - Babylon Circus http://www.flickr.com/photos/m4tik/5080812144/sizes/l/ 02 Mar. 2011 11. Art Class http://www.flickr.com/photos/36076161@N06/3345216012/sizes/z/in/photostream/ 02 Mar. 2011 12. Thinking: Self Portrait http://www.flickr.com/photos/budrowilson/3863087943/sizes/l/ 03 Mar. 2011 13. Presentation, GSM, Cambridge http://www.flickr.com/photos/therevsteve/1584427733/ 04 Mar. 2011 14. 365: day 149: my madness http://www.flickr.com/photos/dacamsterr/4271079782/ 04 Mar. 2011 15. Faces in the Crowd http://www.flickr.com/photos/barbstur/3218341164/ 05 Mar. 2011 16. St Michael slaying the dragon http://www.flickr.com/photos/paullew/2213944755/ 06 Mar. 2011 17. Day 365/365 – 365 Phobia http://www.flickr.com/photos/fixe/3717728110/sizes/l/ 06 Mar. 2011 18. My first Shooting star http://www.flickr.com/photos/atom916/5335010259/ 06 Mar. 2011 19. Educate-k-12.jpg http://www.flickr.com/photos/babuljak/5302091060/ 10 Mar. 2011 20. Color Chasing http://www.flickr.com/photos/thomasonimages/3436014515/ 10 Mar. 2011 21. TrUe CoLoRs http://www.flickr.com/photos/luminous_dazzle/2639647767/ 10 mar. 2011 22. Symphony of Colors. http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3388/3343188281_7a072cd592_o.jpg 10 Mar. 2011 23. Sky Fragments http://www.flickr.com/photos/angie_real/2847253015/ 10 Mar. 2011 24. So Much Undiscoverd http://www.flickr.com/photos/sky_jokiel/4448932975/ 10 Mar. 2011 25. http://www.flickr.com/photos/daytripper-/5150239791/ 10 Mar. 2011 26. Ferris Wheel http://www.flickr.com/photos/zebandrews/3591813160/ 10 Mar. 2011 27. I am a dreamer http://www.flickr.com/photos/letv/5359750247/ 10 Mar. 2011 28. Colour- Tints & Shades 2 http://www.flickr.com/photos/52882578@N05/5035593111/ 10. Mar. 2011 29. Street Artist (Art . Life) http://www.flickr.com/photos/chezc/5549189986/ 11 Mar. 2011 30. Writer’s Block http://www.flickr.com/photos/harry20larry/5581251101/ 11 Mar. 2011 31. Basilica St. Martin - Weingarten, Germany (HDR Vertorama) http://www.flickr.com/photos/farbspiel/5437875123/ 11 Mar. 2011
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  • Conclusion “This picture is nice. Now. Where is the actual picture?”