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    • UAA Art Appreciation SPRING 2012
    • FIELD TRIPS Anchorage Museum Alaska Native Medical CenterFirst Friday Downtown Art Event
    • Chevak Old People Doll• Artist: Rosalie Paniyak, Chevak• Medium: seal gut, sealskin, glass marble eyes
    • Power of Images
    • How We See
    • Optical Illusions
    • How many legs does this elephant have?
    • What is Art?
    • What is Art?• Art is Art, Art is everywhere.• Art is a way for people to express themselves.• Art is a form by which we perceive the beauty that is around and within us.• Art is something you can see, hear and experience in a creative way.• Art is something that touches a person’s soul. Art is visual and emotional.• Art is the unique ability human beings have to celebrate themselves & their world, feelings, fear, and dreams, etc.
    • Yong Soon Min. Dwelling. 1994. 72" × 42" × 28".
    • Nancy GravesFootscray
    • Visual Elements Design Principles• Line • Unity and Variety• Shape • Balance• Mass • Emphasis and Subordination• Space • Directional Forces• Time and Motion • Contrast• Light • Repetition and Rhythm• Color • Scale and Proportion• Texture
    • Torii Kiyonobu
    • Marc Chagall,I and the Village
    • M.C. EscherDrawing Hands
    • Giacomo Balla, Dynamism of a Dog on a Leash
    • Use your CreativityName ______________Title ______________ • Express a feeling • Tell a story • Create a message
    • Art Interpretation / Storytelling Painting & Drawing
    • Aesthetics• Aesthetic experience begin when the viewer takes an interest in looking at things for pleasure, for the sake of the visual experience, and rather than a focused interest in the function.• Aesthetic experiences substantiate the human need for intellectual thinking and reasoning, rather than physical provisioning.
    • Printmaking
    • PhotographyAnsal Adams