Is this artwork representational with a higher degree realism, or representational with a degree of abstraction (term referenced in cpt 2 & on pg 33, 666,661) (?/1pt) and why?

 STUDENT 3 QUESTIONS ONLY AND PROJECT IS ON THIS ARTIST AND INFO

a. Giotto

b. Madonna and Child Enthroned

c. Current location: ??

d. Sayre, Henry M. A World of Art 8th ed.  Pearson Education, 2016. (insert page number here) ??.  Print.

e. Date artwork created state answer here 

Enter Step 1 Thread – reply with Student # claim

Enter Step 2 Thread – reply with your “collaboration answers” for (Student #) &(All Student) questions & work with your group

Enter Step 3 Thread – reply with your ‘final answers’ for (Student #) &(All Student) questions

Enter Step 4 Thread –  reply with any requested revisions

All answers must be in your own words. Make note of any quoted or summarized answers from a source (like textbook or the museum website which holds the artwork) with an in-text citation.)

NOTE: all elements of art must be underlined within your answers= color/light, line, (shape, form, space), time/motion, pattern, texture

CTC Fine Art Appreciation Group Gallery Review Critique

(all Students)1. Artist, artwork found on page, date created. Use index to find the artwork.  All answers must be in reference to this artwork

a. Giotto

b. Madonna and Child Enthroned

c. Current location: ??

d. Sayre, Henry M. A World of Art 8th ed.  Pearson Education, 2016. (insert page number here) ??.  Print.

e. Date artwork created state answer here

All answers must be in reference to the above listed artwork.

NOTE: Underline all Elements of Art within your answers

 (Student 1) 2. Subject/subject matter (term referenced on pg 30,665) (?/.5pt)

a. re-state Artwork Title here

b. state subject(no opinion, content or supposition) of this artwork here

 (Student 2) 3. Form (medium & literal description) (term referenced on pg 37, 664)( (?/.5pt)

a. Medium: state answer here

b. Literal Description (without content, opinion or supposition): state answer here

(all students) 4. Intent/content//+ theme of content.  If your source states the artist’s intent then state this here, otherwise clearly state if the below is your opinion of content for this artwork(term referenced on pg 30,37,662) (?/.5pt)

a. Content: state answer here

(Student 1) 5. Is this artwork representational with a higher degree realism, or representational with a degree of abstraction  (term referenced in cpt 2 & on pg 33, 666,661) (?/1pt) and why?

a. state answer here

b. Why— state answer here.

 (Student 2) 6. Style of Art (will require research) and why? ((Use the date this artwork was created and Chapters 16-20 to determine the Style/Period of Art.). (?/.75pt)

a. Style:  state answer here

b. Why:  state answer here- due to the presence of which style characteristics specifically

 (Student 3) 7. What is the role of the artist in this artwork? Is the artist an analyze, record, to elevate, form to thoughts process (terms referenced on pg 10-19) (?/.5pt)  and why?

a. state answer here – (one possibility)

b. Why:  state answer here

(Student 3) 8. Line is an element of art.  Identify at least 2 types of lines, depicted, drawn or painted by the artist, and describe why (ex. linear or contour, actual or implied, etc.)( term reference in chapter 3) (?/1pt)

a. state answer here

i. Why?— state answer here

b. state answer here

i. Why?— state answer here

 (Student 3) 9. Color/light is an element of art.  What colors are present and which combinations (ex. primary or secondary or      intermediate or other, complementary colorscheme, imposed color, etc.) (term reference in chapter 5) (?/1pt)

a. Colors in artwork:   state answer here

b. Combinations:

i. Color schemes (analogous, complementary, simultaneous contrast, polychromatic) state answer here

ii. Color temperature

1. cool = state answer here

2. warm =state answer here

 (Student 2) 10.  Texture is an element of art.  What type/s of texture does each object as depicted in this artwork have? (actual texture or a visual illusion of the original object’s texture)   Not paint roughness or smoothness.

(term reference in cpt 6) (?/.5pt)

a. state answer here

(Student 2) 11. Space/shape/form is an element of art.  This question deals with spaceshape and form.  Is the artwork 3D or a 2D or 2D with illusion of 3D mass/ forms and how? (term reference in chapter 4) (?/1.25pt)

a. state answer here –

i. state answer here

ii. How: state answer here

 (Student 1) 12. Time is an element of art.  Does this artwork make use of time and how? (term reference in chapter 6) (?/.5pt)

a. state answer here

b. How: state answer here.

(Student 1) 13. Focal point is a Principle of Art/Design. When you look at the artwork what is the first thing you see (focal point) and why? (term reference in chapter 7) (?/2pt)(The focal point is usually where your eye starts in an artwork, and you should explain why your eye goes there first.  How has the artist manipulated (by using the elements of art (color/light, line, (shape, form, space), time/motion, pattern, texture )) your eye to rest where he/she wants it to?)

a. state answer here

b. why: state elements of art as they relate to your answer here

 (Student 3) 14. Variety is a Principle of Art/Design.  When you look at the artwork where do you see variety and gradation? (term reference in chapter 7) (?/.5pt)

a. Variety of which colors state answer here

b. Variety of which shapes/forms state answer here

c. Gradation of  state answer here

 (Student 2) 15. Balance is a Principle of Art/Design. By definition determine what type (symmetrical absolute, symmetrical bilateral, asymmetrical, or radial) of visual balance was used by this artist and why? (The definition of each of these vocabulary words will be how you will determine the correct answer —term reference in chapter 7) (?/2pt) Then the second part of your answer must include: what elements of art(color/light, line, (shape, form, space), time/motion, pattern, texture ) does the artist use to create balance. )

a. ….(state type of balance here) visual balance

b. Why: was achieved by this artist by the placement of these (state elements of art here)…elements of art within these …objects.  ~For example if asymmetrical visual balance[[ the objects of …. created by the elements of art ____&____ on the left are then offset on the right with the objects of …. created by the elements of art ____&___]]

 (Student 3) 16. Rhythm is a Principle of Art/Design.  What contributes to the rhythm of the piece and how?   (term reference in chapter 7)(?/2pt) (Rhythm:  Once your eye perceived the focal point- where does your eye move (or what path does your eye take) from there.  Thus what devices were used/which elements of art were used (color/light, line, (shape, form, space) time/motion, pattern, texture ) does the artist use to move your eye throughout the artwork. )

a. state specific element/s of art used within this artwork here

b. How: state answer here- [[For example: starting from the focal point of …., my eye moves to this area/object… due to the repeated placement of the element of art _____]]

 (all students) 17. Composition:   (term reference on 37,662, chapters 2&7) (?/3pt)(Composition and content are two different aspects of an artwork, although the way an artist sets up the composition of an artwork usually supports/contributes to the content.  Please carefully consider composition as a vocabulary word and how it is used within your text and specifically within this artwork.) Blank answers cannot earn full points. Essentially you will focus on how (underlining) the elements of art were placed by your artist in this artwork—this is important for this answer.  (See provided example Gallery Review)) Ensure your answer includes the elements of art ((color/light, line, (shape, form, space, depth), time/motion, pattern, texture.)

a. (Content) re state answer here,

b. the Composition is successfully set(by use of the elements of art ((color/light, line, (shape, form, space), time/motion, pattern, texture, etc.) and thus these principles of art) up to orchestrate this, and this is why…

The artist has arranged this composition) focal point, rhythm, variety, balance, unity

Focal point of this artwork is  (state answer here)and was achieved by the specific use/placement of these elements of art….( state specific element/s of art used within this artwork here)

Rhythm was achieved by the specific repeated use of this/these element/s of art….(state element/s of art here)( where: state answer here- [[For example: starting from the focal point of …., my eye moves to this area/object… due to the repeated placement of the element of art _____]]

By definition which of the 4 types of visual balance (types: symmetrical absolute balance, symmetrical bilateral balance, asymmetrical balance, or radial balance) was achieved by the specific use of these elements of art….(state type of balance here) visual balance was achieved by this artist by the placement of these (state elements of art here)…elements of art within these …objects.  [[~For example if asymmetrical visual balance: the objects of …. created by the elements of art ____&____ on the left are then offset on the right with the objects of …. created by the elements of art ____&___]]

Variety was achieved by the specific use of these elements of art….(state answers(state specific element/s of art used within this artwork here for variation)

Unity was achieved by the specific use of this/these element/s of art….( state specific element/s of art used within this artwork here to achieve agreement )

 (Student 1) 18. Symbolism as stated by artist ((or perceived by viewer(if justified)) regardless state clearly if this is your opinion or artist’s intent (term reference on pg 39,667) (?/1pt)  :

a.  Symbolic Objects

i. state object here= what is this object symbolic of?

ii.

iii.

b. . Symbolic Colors

  1. state color and what it is symbolic of here

c. . Is this obvious or is a cultural reference necessary?

i. state answer here

(All students) 19. To be answered by all group members: (?/.5pt) In your own words and in your opinion.  How could this artwork possibly be connected to your career field.

a.  state answer here

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