The british museum the final presentation

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The british museum the final presentation

  1. 1. By Brenda NoysTHE BRITISH MUSEUM
  2. 2. INTRODUCTIONThe British museum has a variety of artwork that express different regions, themes, materials , and etc. The artwork I chose consist of sculptures, clay, and textile.
  3. 3. CLAY WATER VESSEL The “Water Vessel” by S. Posey is a clay piece that has lines that are vertical, horizontal, and diagonal. • The visual elements of lines are perceived as a delicate and elegant design. • The principles of design shown are balance and emphasis. • This is a three dimensional sculpture.
  4. 4. CLAY GROUND WATER JAR This clay artwork is called “Greek Vases” by D. Williams is three-dimensional. It has 3 thin black horizontal lines in the midline of the vase. The clay water-jar is balanced on a geometrical square base.
  5. 5. TEXTILE WOMAN’S HEAD SHAWL This “North African textiles” by C.J. Spring is very Colorful and has many visual elements. •Such visual elements include: lines (contour), geometrical shapes, colors (red, yellow, orange,
  6. 6. TEXTILE WOMAN’S GARMENT This artwork has visual elements that include: •Lines- horizontal and vertical lines •Shapes- geometric shapes •Color- blue and burgundy •Texture- appears to have rigid The principles of design exhibit unity and a focal point.
  7. 7. ART GALLERY LAYOUTAs a whole, all the art pieces are visually connected through lines. I chose all four portraits which exhibit similarities .The thematic connection of the three pieces involve women and one is symbolic for death. I would exhibit them in a gallery in the order of textiles and then sculptures.
  8. 8. CONTINUED…..ART GALLERY LAYOUT

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