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  • Other works of public art are not recognizable to most people and are called abstract art, such as this piece. It’s actually a blown up version of a crystal from a snowflake so from the artist’s perspective, it is representational. This piece of art is also iconic. It’s starting to represent the building it’s associated with: when you see it, you think, the Anchorage Museum.

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  • UAA Art Appreciation SPRING 2011
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  • 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.
    • Visual Elements
    • Line
    • Shape
    • Mass
    • Space
    • Time and Motion
    • Light
    • Color
    • Texture
    • Design Principles
    • Unity and Variety
    • Balance
    • Emphasis and Subordination
    • Directional Forces
    • Contrast
    • Repetition and Rhythm
    • Scale and Proportion
  • Power of Images
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  • How We See
  • Optical Illusions
  • How many legs does this elephant have?
  • Use your Creativity Name ______________ Title ______________
    • Express a feeling
    • Tell a story
    • Create a message
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  • Art Interpretation / Storytelling
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  • Description
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  • Art Criticism
    • DESCRIPTION: What do I see?
    • What tools, materials, or processes did the artist use?
    • What elements did the artist choose and how did the artist organize the elements?
    • Does the artwork depict anything? If so, what?
    • INTERPRETATION: What is the artwork about?
    • Can I express what I think the artwork is?
    • What evidence inside or outside the artwork supports my interpretation?
    • JUDGEMENT: Is it a good artwork?
    • What criteria do I think are most appropriate for judging the artwork?
    • What evidence inside or outside the artwork relates to each criterion?
    • Based on the criteria and evidence, what is my judgment about the quality of the artwork?
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  • 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
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  • Photography Ansal Adams
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  • Computer Graphic Popcorn Night
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  • FIELD TRIPS Anchorage Museum Alaska Native Medical Center First Friday Downtown Art Event
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  • Chevak Old People Doll
    • Artist: Rosalie Paniyak, Chevak
    • Medium:
    • seal gut, sealskin,
    • glass marble eyes
  • Graphic Design Magazine Evaluation
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  • VoiceThread Group Projects Art in Alaska
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  • 1% Art
  • Robert Pfitzenmeier Crystal Lattice Painted metal Anchorage Museum of History and Art
  • Robert Feldman Hockey Players Painted steel MacDonald Recreation Center
  • Melanie Walker and George Peters Denali Wind Lexan, paint, tile, media board and metal Denali Elementary School
  • Sculpture Alexander Calder
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  • Spring is Here
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  • Junk to Funk
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  • Glass Dale Chihuli
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  • Maya Lin
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  • I.M. Pei
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  • ART 21
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  • Junk to Funk Recycle Notebook
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  • Earth Day Celebration
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  • Best Wishes!!
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