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  • Studio Art Inspirations... Pinconning High School 2011 :Ideas for the experienced artist
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  • Nine Models of Interpretation
    • Symbolic
    • Cultural
    • Environmental
    • Functionalist
    • Structuralist
    • Behaviorist
    • Community
    • Social/ Historical
  • Symbolic
    • Role an object holds in society
    • Object represents meaning beyond obvious
      • Example: This painting was painted to symbolize a deaf poet; Silent language of the hands in harmony with mother nature
  • Cultural
    • Art related to particular cultures or regional styles
  • Environmental
    • Role of physical environment in art
    • Landscapes
    • Backgrounds
    • Interiors
    • Abstract
    • Other spaces both real and imagined
  • Functionalist
    • The way a piece of art is used for intention
  • Structuralist
    • How object was physically made...
  • Behaviorist
    • Interaction of the object (artwork) and the behavior patterns
    • How does the art make you feel? Or, What feeling(s) are you trying to express in your art piece?
  • Community
    • Interaction object or artwork has on society which forms/ reflects a common or contrasting viewpoint
  • Social/ historical
    • The story of the object/ artwork itself
    • Artwork that focuses on an historical or social event
  • “ An artist cannot fail; it is a success to be one.” -Charles Cooley