Visual Journeys Through Works Of Art

Visual Journeys Through Works Of Art
  • Engels
  • Paperback
  • 9781535090698
  • juli 2016
  • 72 pagina's
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"Visual Journeys through Works of Art," is an Innovative expository book. It systematically examines creative means of exploring and making art. It is a contemporary resource for teaching and learning about art. This book provides a deeper analysis for teaching art to children during the cognitive stages of development. In addition, educators can teach students analytical, inquisitive, and perceptive reasoning skills using this guidebook. It may also be use as a reference for art patrons and art connoisseurs. It should be use to enhance and teach inventive and visionary means of musing, making, and judging art. A journey entails movement, progression, climax, and a conclusion. A journey can be concrete or simulated. It is an act of traveling from one area to another area. It is an actual or virtual expedition. It could be a physical route of travel or passage from one place to another: such as a bus ride from school to home. It may be an idea, suggesting travel or passage from one place to another, case in point; a journey from youth to adulthood. It can also be an exciting or unusual experience such as; a fictional novel of time travel. In conclusion, a journey is the action or process of passing from one place, condition, or section to another which requires continuous concrete or simulated movement or flow. When techniques, concepts, or images, employed in a work of art, stimulate interest, or excitement, it is then, that the visual journey of musing has begun. The observer mentally connects with the artwork, through a personal perception of the visual message conveyed by the artist. Subjective and guiding principles of personal aesthetic judgments take place during the visual journey. The muser instinctively analyzes the artists’ elemental choices within the artwork. As the visual journey continues through the work of art, the observer feels either a sense of satisfaction or dissatisfaction. This reaction is supported by personal aesthetic preferences. This corresponds with the visual and cerebral beauty, within the work of art. The viewer personally justifies the aesthetic criterion employed by the artist. Consequently, the observer exits the artwork through visual movement, propelled by a sensation of aesthetic judgment.



juli 2016
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72 pagina's



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254 g
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216 mm
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5 mm
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280 mm

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