Visual Art And Design Essay Examples

  • Analysis Of Rembrandt Joseph Accused By Potiphars Wife

    1758 words - 8 pages

    The story of Joseph and Potiphar's wife is told in the first book of the Bible, Genesis, chapter 39. Joseph was sold into slavery by his brothers and bought by Potiphar, a high ranking official in the Pharaoh's service. "The Lord was with Joseph," and gave him success in everything he did. This pleased Potiphar and before long Joseph was given the highest position in the household, and left in charge when Potiphar was away. Now Potiphar's wife found Joseph to be very good looking and had approached him several times saying "come to bed with me;" and Joseph being a man of God would no

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    Da Vinci

    578 words - 3 pages

    I chose Leonardo Da Vinci as the greatest renissance personality. I chose Da Vinci because he made many contributions to the time period. Da Vinci was an artist, a scientist, and a philosopher. A lot of the famous artists and thinkers of the time weren?t recognized as being great for many years after their death. The kings and other important people of the time recognized Da Vinci as a great artist. This is why I chose Da Vinci as the greatest renissance personality. Leonardo Da Vinci was born in 1452 on his father?s estate in Vinci, Italy. At 15 his father had noticed L

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    Edgar Degas

    359 words - 2 pages

    Degas Edgar was a French painter. His compositions, skillful drawings, and perceptive analysis of movement made him one of the greatest artists of modern art in the late 19th century. Degas is usually classed with the impressionists and exhibited his work in seven of the eight impressionist exhibitions. However, even though he was classed as an impressionist, his training in classical drafting and his dislike of painting directly from nature created a style that represented a related alternative to impressionism. Degas was born into a well-to-do banking family on July

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    Greek And Roman Art

    1352 words - 6 pages

    Art has changed a great deal since it began many centuries ago. Centuries, however, are not necessary to notice the small changes that are evident even between cultures of similar times. Such is the case with the Greeks and Romans. Both cultures had exquisite pieces of art, but they were very different from each other. The amazing thing about art is that no matter how many differences exist, it is still beautiful in its own sense. There are also a number of similarities that are evident with these two cultures as well, but the point that will be focused on is the differences tha

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    Magdelana Abakanowicz

    243 words - 1 page

    Magdelana Abakanowicz was born in 1930 near Falenty, Poland. She studied at the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts, and sought to escape from the conventional art forms through weaving. Abakanowicz creates sculpture in bronze, wood, steel, ceramic, and burlap. Her main subjects are human and animal figures presented in large groups of 50, 80, or 150 exemplars. Abakanowicz also works in drawing, painting, choreographing dances, and architectural projects. Her work can be seen in museums all over the world. Often in her work she explores the alerted reality created by groups of sculptu

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    Monet And His World

    1878 words - 8 pages

    I have always been interested in the impressionist style of art, especially the work of Claude Monet. When making my book selection I took this under consideration and chose a book written by Raymond Cogniat entitled Monet and His World. This lively illustrated book is written with great detail. Using explanations, illustrations, pictures and paintings, Cogniat helps to illustrate not only the life of Monet, but also the world of Impressionism, art and French society during Monet's time. You are thrust into the life of this painter and his frame of mind throughout the various stag

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    Portraits Of Ingres And Reynolds

    1812 words - 8 pages

    The portrait. A single person immortalized forever on canvas. At first glance, you only see the subject. With a more analytical eye, though, you not only see the image but you begin to hear the voice of the painter and of his time. This is what I hope to do, to feel and understand the mind of the painter Ingres when he painted Louis-Francois Bertin and Reynolds when he painted General John Burgoyne. In the portrait of Bertin, Ingres has captured on canvas a man who has never been pampered in his life. You feel by looking at him that this is a man who has worked for ever

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    Samuel Morse

    833 words - 4 pages

    Early Life Samuel Morse: a man, an artist, and an inventor. He knew as a childhood love, he was an artist. But the thing he did not know was that out of his love of art and curiosity would come an invention. His invention, now obsolete, was a great weapon of war and means of communication for everyone. Born April 27, 1791, in Charleston, Mass. Morse was the oldest son of Rev. Jedidiah Morse and Elizabeth Ann Breese. From early on in his childhood he had a talent in his art. At the age of eight Morse was taken to Phillips Academy, where his f

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    The Avant Garde Architecture Of I M Pei

    1357 words - 6 pages

    The Chinese-American architect Ieoh Ming Pei (I.M) is known as one of the greatest architects of the Twentieth Century. His long, brilliant career was highlighted by several internationally famous structures. While many of Pei?s buildings were generally accepted by the public, some of them precipitated fair amounts of controversy. The most notable of these controversial structures is his Glass Pyramid at the entrance of the Louvre in Paris. For these reasons, I.M. Pei seems to be an architect who exhibits interest in the avant-garde through both the creative design and aesthetici

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    Vincent Van Gogh

    400 words - 2 pages

    Vincent van Gogh was born near Brabant, the son of a minister. In 1869, he got a position at the art dealers, Goupil and Co. in The Hague, through his uncle, and worked with them until he was dismissed from the London office in 1873. He worked as a schoolmaster in England (1876), before training for the ministry at Amsterdam University (1877). After he failed to get a post in the Church, he went to live as an independent missionary among the Borinage miners. He was largely self-taught as an artist, although he received help from his cousin, Mauve. His first works were heavily

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    Scholarship Essay

    277 words - 2 pages

    No greater contribution can be made to a specific field than research that leads to the development of a new and superior technology. Universities and businesses constantly attempt to remain on the cutting edge of new design, manufacturing, and application systems through research and development. If I were given the opportunity to conduct my own research, I would dedicate my efforts to the design of computer processing chips with the goal of increasing their speed and computational ability. It is now possible to construct memory chips almost atom by atom, allowing for n

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    Building In The Voice Of The Customer

    1619 words - 7 pages

    Building in the Voice of the Customer. (Quality Functional Deployment.) In partial fulfilment of the requirements for the award of : BA(Ordinary) Food Marketing Building in the Voice of the Customer. The first understanding of "building in the voice of the customer" for the manufacturer, are you producing a product that the consumer feels satisfied with? Within so many products there are sometimes so many misunderstandings because the customer and the product development teams speak completely different languages. For example a customer may stat

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    A Picture Of Dorian Gray By Oscar Wilde

    888 words - 4 pages

    Oscar Wilde, author of The Picture of Dorian Gray, makes Basil's life change drastically by having him paint a portrait of Dorian Gray and express too much of himself in it, which, in Wilde's mind, is a troublesome obstacle to circumvent. Wilde believes that the artist should not portray any of himself in his work, so when Basil does this, it is he who creates his own downfall, not Dorian. Wilde introduces Basil to Dorian when Basil begins to notice Dorian staring at him at a party. Basil "suddenly became conscious that someone was looking at [him]. [He] turned halfway a

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    A Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man

    839 words - 4 pages

    A Portrait of Stephen Dedalus as a Young Man A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man is above all a portrait of Stephen Dedalus. It is through Stephen that we see his world, and it is his development from sensitive child to rebellious young man that forms the plot of the novel. There are many Stephens, often contradictory. He is fearful yet bold, insecure yet proud, lonely and at the same time afraid of love. One Stephen is a romantic who daydreams of swashbuckling heroes and virginal heroines. The other is a realist at home on Dublin's most sordid streets. One Stephen i

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    899 words - 4 pages

    The 14th, 15th and part of 16th century was a glorious time for Europe, it was the reformation of many old ideas and the formation of many new, this was called the Renaissance. The Renaissance brought many changes to Europe, the economy was greatly boosted by of all the new explorations. The flourishing economy helped to inspire new developments in art and literature. And from that many new beliefs were formed. The European economy flourished during the Renaissance due to many factors. There was a large income coming in from over seas exploration. Spain alone received a

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    2187 words - 9 pages

    Picture in your mind the skyline of downtown Toronto. There's the CN Tower, of course, and the 72-floor First Canadian Place, the city's tallest skyscraper. Cascading from there are the assorted banks and hotels and insurance towers. Now, use your imagination to construct some new buildings, these ones reaching three, four and five times higher than the others. Top it all off with a skyscraper one mile high (three times as high as the CN Tower). Sound fanciful? It did 30 years ago when Frank Lloyd Wright proposed the first mile-high building. But not today. We are

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    The Hamlet In Me

    670 words - 3 pages

    Whether we are planning to build a boat or hoping to write a good essay, the only way to go about these tasks is to make a detailed plan of all the steps that need to be taken in order to get the desired result. If you spontaneously decide to build a boat, the result may be a plywood tub that leaks from all sides, let alone hold anyone in it. Hamlet, a seventh century story put to life through the amazing writing of Shakespeare, is a play that shows how meticulous and well thought out plans will bring about the desired result. The plays main character, Hamlet, is a Renaissance man

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    Henry Ossawa Tanner

    336 words - 2 pages

    Henry Ossawa Tanner was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1859, to Sarah Miller Tanner and Benjamin Tucker Tanner. Henry is best known for his paintings of everyday African American life and for his from the bible. His most well known work is The Banjo Lesson painted in 1893, at the Hampton University Museum, in Hampton, Virginia. When he was 13 years old, Henry watched an artist at work and was fascinated by it. It was then that he decided to become an artist. He entered the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia in 1879. He became the second black student to att

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    The Bahaus

    952 words - 4 pages

    The Bauhaus was a modernist school in Germany that played an instrumental role early in the twentieth century in shaping today?s modern tastes and art education. At a time when industrial society was in the grip of a crisis, the Bauhaus questioned the ideas of traditional design and asked themself how the modernisation process could be mastered through design and architecture. It was founded in1919 and headed by Walter Gropuis, with a faculty including Paul Klee, Lyonel Feininger, Wassily Kandinsky and Marcel Breuer. The Bauhaus began with a Utopia

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    Velazquez And Bronzino Comparison

    1089 words - 5 pages

    When studying Art history we come across many beautiful styles. Mannerism and the Baroque style are two that are filled with incredibly strong use of light. The careful handling of brush stroke to create the sense of light and reflection is one task that is not simple. Among the painters of these two eras that have utilized and honed this skill, there are two which stand out as the leaders in their home countries. Agnolo Bronzino (1503-1572) was a brilliant Italian painter of the High mannerist style. Agnolo was court painter to Medici and created a large numbers of portraits and rel

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    The Scream By Edvard Munch

    760 words - 4 pages

    Edvard Munch?s ?The Scream? was painted around the end of the 19th century, and is possibly the first Expressionist painting. The Scream was very different from the art of its time. During this time artists tried to paint realistic paintings. Munch was a tortured soul, and it certainly showed in this painting. Most of his family had died, and he was often plagued by sickness. The Scream was a reflection of what was going on at the time, and what was going on in Munch?s own mind It seemed to me that I could hear the scream. I painted this picture; painted the clouds as real bloo

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    Marketing The Electronic Business Card Major Marketing Project

    3320 words - 14 pages

    Executive Summary Far from being a simple business card, the E-card is an excellent marketing tool that can be tailored to fit the market being reached. At present, the current situation offers E-Card Design Inc. an excellent opportunity to capture a significant market share. CD-ROM Business Cards being offered in the marketplace at present are offered as blank CD-ROMs or as part of an integrated marketing package. Products are standard throughout the marketplace, as CD-ROMs run on standard personal computers. Distribution channels employed by established manufa

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    Research Methods In Politics

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    Research Methods in Politics. Can we ?generalize? from empirical data? A 300 word short essay, for MA international politics. According to a widely accepted view, empirical sciences can be characterized by the fact they use ?inductive methods?. Empirical science emphasizes the role of experience in human knowledge: that all concepts are derived from the experience to which they are applied, ultimately all knowledge of matters of fact is based on, or derived from experience. Accordingly all knowledge of the world can be justified only by experience. Thi

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    Higher Learning

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    In the 1995 film “ Higher Learning” it show evidence of society issues. In which people pass judgment because of the color of your skin and or beliefs. The character Monet who is played by Regain King is shown as a young black woman who is a freshman at Columbus University. Throughout the film she deal with issue such as compromising, leadership, being judge, and being disrespected by those who are not African American. Issue that African American still face today. In “Higher Learning” the freshman Monet take on a maternal role toward her new white room

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    Leibnizs Monadology

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    LEIBNIZ MONADOLOGY The Monadology attempts to define the ultimate substance of the world. The first part of The Monadology explains what a monad is, whereas, the second part of The Monadology concentrates on metaphysical principles. All that there is in the universe consists of monads, which there are an infinite number of them. A monad is a simple, indivisible substance. They have a certain type of perfection to them. Monads have an infinite number of properties; they have all the properties that they will ever need to exhibit during the course of their existence. Therefore, all their prop

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    What Is Art

    659 words - 3 pages

    It’s Just Art What does a person actually do when he or she draws? According, to, “to draw is to compose or create a picture in lines; to paint is defined as to coat, cover, or decorate with paint.” For some people, drawing is just something to do when bored, especially in school. Sometimes people are forced to draw or paint for projects or decoration. Naturally, some people are more artistic than others. This might be because to them, art is a lot more than a hobby. Art is a necessity. How does a true artistic masterpiece come to be? Skill and technique are not the only t

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    Qi Baishi

    608 words - 3 pages

    Chinese tradition places essences, character, and spirit above the simple faithfulness to appearances. Qi Baishi(1863-1957) was one of the greatest Chinese painters of modern times, whose paintings well represent Chinese traditon. He was born in a small village named Stars Pond, from Xingtan County in Hunan Province. He lived with his parents, grandparents, and eight younger sisters and brothers. He was born in a poor family, so he had to abandon his studies at an early age. At fifteen years old, he began his apprenticeship in a carpenter's shop. When he was twenty, he became famous for his f

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    Edgar Degas

    514 words - 3 pages

    Hilaire-Germain-Edgar De Gas was born on July 19, 1834, at 8 rue Saint-George's in Paris. His father, Auguste, a banker, was French, and his mother, Celestine, an American from New Orleans. The family name "Degas" had been changed to "De Gas" by some family members in Naples and France in order to sound more upper class. The preposition indicated a name derived from land holdings. Degas went back to using the original spelling sometime after 1870, and that is how we spell his name today. He was destined for a law career, but instead entered the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, where he studied with Lou

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    Blood Sport

    852 words - 4 pages

    Looking at some of the upcoming class changes in patch 2.4, I can't help but feel that many of them are driven by PvP - particularly Arena - issues. Blizzard is undoubtedly trying to level the playing field for the classes before the 3v3 Arena Tournament, tentatively set to begin in April. That's a very short time to iron out problems and further imbalances that the patch will bring. A design philosophy that Blizzard has insisted on from the beginning is that each class should play similarly in both PvP and PvP. Tom Chilton (Lead Designer, or Kalgan) said at last year's Blizzcon that the ga

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    Art In Western Europe

    1650 words - 7 pages

    Art in Western Europe Throughout various centuries of history, art has always reflected what was occurring during the time period is was made. Artists become inspired by the message their society sends to its citizens, and illustrate that through means of a painting brush or writing instrument. I will be utilizing three very diverse artistic time periods to substantiate my theory, the Late Middle Ages, the Renaissance and the Protestant Reformation. A very famous writer of the Late Middle Ages is Giovanni Boccaccio. Although Boccaccio was a Florentine native, he primarily used the Tusc

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    692 words - 3 pages

    “They thought I was a surrealist, but I wasn’t, I never painted my dreams, I painted my reality.” Frida Kahlo Surrealism is an artistic movement that explored the territory of dreams and the unconscious mind through the creation of visual art. It was officially launched in Paris, France, in 1924, when French writer André Breton wrote the first surrealist manifesto. The movement soon spread to other parts of Europe and to North and South America. One of the most important artists within this movement was a woman called Frida Kahlo. Frida Kahlo is an artist in many ways. Besides her talent t

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    Art Institute

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    Art Institute of Chicago 1. My visit to the Art Institute was fascinating. I had a wonderful time examining all the exquisite art works. I got to see some of the most inspirational and beautiful pieces of art that I have never seen before. Certainly my experience was an educational one; I learned so much about extraordinary artists like Monet, Van Gogh and Homer Winslow. This was my first time at the Art Institute and I would most certainly go again to enjoy a little bit more thoroughly without having to worry about taking notes or doing an assignment about it. 2. The current photography on

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    Dorian Gray Invisible Man

    1753 words - 8 pages

    Dorian Gray The beauty of Dorian Gray lies within his youth, but ugly of sin. It is said that something is beautiful than it's not confined to realm of morality and immorality. He purses his curiosity of pleasure by using his body. As a temple of beauty his body it used for exotic pleasure for his twisted mind. Also he tried to evade other moral laws to the purse of pleasure. His soul is unclean of sin and ugliness of a pleasure life. Dorian Gray's innocence's of youthful mind is destroyed. To a corrupt failed life of virtue, but from downfall bad influences. Yet ideal influencing of p

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    Barbarians Essay

    475 words - 2 pages

    Stanley Hubbel is a quiet man, that probably lives in Brooklyn, or at least close by. He has had a nervous breakdown and his therapist has told him to paint occasionally. Stanley does not take this painting very seriously. However, he still want his Sundays with painting to be silent, but a lot of guys have started to play ball in the yard which Stanley’s apartment building owns. These guys are big violent types, and they are, as Stanley describes them, barbarians. When they play ball, then it is with no respect at all. They yell and scream, drink beer and destroy the plants which Stanley has

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    Salvadore Dali

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    Salvador Dali is considered as the greatest artist of the surrealist art movement and one of the greatest masters of art of the twentieth century. Salvador Dali was born as the son of a prestigious notary in the small town of Figuera in Northern Spain. His talent as an artist showed at an early age and Salvador Felipe Jacinto Dali received his first drawing lessons when he was ten years old. His art teachers were a then well known Spanish impressionist painter, Ramon Pichot and later an art professor at the Municipal Drawing School. In 1923 his father bought his son his first printing press.

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    Way Of Seeing

    1599 words - 7 pages

    The article that I have Chosen is the way of seeing. Our eyes are one of the most important organs when it comes to analyze a visual. I strongly believe that vision in our eyes is very critical to human being. In order to see, we need our eyes. When it comes to immediate reaction, seeing comes before when someone speaks. It is how our body senses for such reaction. Our first sense comes to seeing is our sight/ vision, by using our eyes. John Peter Berger has explained in his book of ‘ways of seeing’ is about the organized collection of ideas in visual arts. Many of us got different interpretat

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    What Is Art

    586 words - 3 pages

    The world is full of astonishing surroundings that some people take for granted. If people would just take the time to take a walk and see the beauty in every step, they would realize a tremendous amount of things. These things are called buildings, sculptures, poems, trees, music, food etc. but that is just there name, to me its art. The majority of people when they hear the word art, they think about a random painting on a wall. Art isn’t just about a painting on a wall; it’s an expression or creation of someone’s emotions or something. Everyone knows that a painting, a picture taken, a

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    432 words - 2 pages

    The Awakening Conscience, 1853 Before I begin my detailed analysis of “The Awakening Conscience”, a painting of the Victorian Era, I wanted to give a brief introduction of the era itself. No analyst can pull any individual painting from any point in the Victorian era and describe the entire period in uniformity. The Victorian Era is upheld from 1837 to1901 during Queen Victoria’s rule. During this time there was much change that took place, entirely as a result of her decisions. Throughout the first decade of her rule there were many “Social Evil’s”, such as prostitution, taking place –

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    A Moment In Time

    418 words - 2 pages

    Jack Vettriano, originally Jack Hoggan, was born on Januarary 25, 1951. Vettriano is a Scottish painter. He did not plan on becoming an artist and his talent in painting was not what he intended on making a life out of. Jack started painting as a hobby. He copied famous paintings, mostly impressionist paintings. His first painting was of Monet’s Poppy Fields. His big break was in the year of 1988, when he felt he was ready to display his paintings. They were a huge hit, and still today, Jack is one of the most successful living artists. I chose the painting One Moment in Time by Jack Ve

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    Impressionism Degas

    880 words - 4 pages

    Impressionist displayed their work in independent shows from 1874-1886. Their desire to create an open forum for artist to show their work, united them as a group. The term impressionist was brought about by the critic Louis Leroy, after screening paintings in the first Impressionist exhibition in April of 1874. He as well as the entire French public, did not consider the works of Edgar Degas as art that valued serious attention. Degas was best known as an Impressionist and was a notorious member, if not the strongest supporter of the group. He was outspoken about the need for artist to joi

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    Volley Ball Project

    3823 words - 16 pages

    Introduction The project goal was to design a durable volleyball practice and training system for use by high school volleyball players. The intended user should be able to position the apparatus and adjust the velocity, spin and trajectory of the volleyball. Constraints: The following constraints were developed for the design of an automated volleyball training apparatus; the device must: 1. Set, serve and spike a volleyball weighing 0.27 kg with a diameter of 0.21 m. 2. Set volleyball with no spin. 3. Simulate a spike of up to 130 kph. 4. Simulate a serve of up to 100 kph. 5.

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    Progression To Insanity In The Yellow Wallpaper

    2393 words - 10 pages

    In “The Yellow Wallpaper”, by Charlotte Perkins Gilman, the unnamed narrator tells a story through journal entries about her interactions with yellow wallpaper found in her bedroom. The wallpaper progressively drives her to insanity and causes her to distrust the other characters. The narrator starts in the new home to recover from her sickness, which her husband john believes is a case of temporary nervous depression. Her first journal entry in the colonial mansion introduced the readers into what has been going on. For a woman with mental issues, her thoughts in this first entry were pre

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    Van Gough

    1099 words - 5 pages

    Vincent Van Gough By: Daniel Forrester Vincent Van Gogh Vincent was born on March 30, 1853, in the village of Groot Zunbert in the Dutch province of North Brabant. At sixteen, he left school. Through the influence of Uncle Cent, a place was found for him in the office of Goupil and Cie at The Hague. Goupil's was a conservative house, specializing in well-made reproductions of famous paintings. When he was twenty Vincent was transferred, with a fine recommendation, to the London branch of Goupil's. He found a room in the home of Mrs. Loyer, who with her daughter Ursula. In 1875 Uncle Ce

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    Trinity Of Masaccio

    564 words - 3 pages

    The image is is more than 6 meters high and 3 meters wide. The fresco represents God the Father holding Christ on the Crucifix and showing it to the people. Between the two, a dove flies silently representing the Holy Spirit. The Madonna and St. John are at the feet of Christ. This sacred group is inserted in an architectural structure, a chapel, that ideally separates them from us as well as from the two people kneeling at the bottom of the scene. The married couple Cardoni, the buyers of the fresco, are also present in the painting. He is dressed in red and she in blue. They are depicted not

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    Kandinsky Compositions

    942 words - 4 pages

    Wassily Kandinsky, a famous 20th century Russian painter and printmaker is credited with painting the first modern abstract work (Wikipedia). Kandinsky’s Composition IV is such a piece. The use of bold lines and color are two of the many elements he used to create what seems to be a nonrepresentational work of art. Kandinsky created ten composition pieces. Naming these ten works ‘compositions’ is more than likely a metaphor on his part to imply his love of music. Magdalena Dombrowski says all ten compositions were his statements of the apocalypse (13). Therefore the viewer may look at th

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    Brett Whiteley

    1230 words - 5 pages

    Brett Whitley’s art practice drew influences from artists such as van gough and hokusai. Brett whitely had many motifs in his painting and also had a lot of curves as he was interested in the female body. Brett whitely also made a lot of motisse inspired paintings. ”I am addicted to the curve”- Brett whiteley exaggerated curves in a lot of his works. This motif of the female body is used in nearly all of his paintings. It is first shown in his bathroom series. Some of whiteley’s works that show the exaggeration of curves are Thebes revenge, summer at carcoar and lindfeild gardens. Thebes

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    Yellow Wall Paper And Energy

    769 words - 4 pages

    The main character, the wife, in Gilman’s “The Yellow Wallpaper” is a character that I connect with deeply. She is misunderstood. The story begins with the wife and her husband, a noted physician, arriving at a colonial mansion for a period of “rest.” She has been exhibiting a “slight hysterical tendency” and her husband and his brother, a colleague, both agree that what she needs most is rest. The wife has complete faith in her husband and loves him with her entire heart. She is so faithful to him that she fails to pay attention to any of the details around her. In her room, there are

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    Sculptures Of David

    921 words - 4 pages

    David, who was destined to be the second king of Israel, destroyed the Philistine giant Goliath with stone and a sling. Donatello, Verrocchio, Michelangelo, and Bernini each designed a sculpture of David. However, the sculptures are drastically different from one another. Each one is unique in its own certain way. Donatello, whose David was the first life-size nude statue since Classical times, struck a balance between Classicism and the realism by presenting a very real image of an Italian peasant boy in the form of a Classical nude figure. Although Donatello was inspired by Classical figure

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    Of The Rural View

    499 words - 2 pages

    A green polo shirt is flapping upwards on the clothe line. The clothe line, which merely consists of a piece of string tied to a wooden stick on one end, and to the corner of the cottage on the other. The ground is covered with fresh, green grass, on which stand three wooden cottages, surrounding its farmland. The sky is blazingly blue as the sun peer out white clouds… As if gazing out a car window, the painting embraces me into a world of nature. I forget about the endless pile of homework on the table, feeling invigorated by the dazzling sunshine, the streaming wind… The painting “R

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    New Mexico Art And Artists

    722 words - 3 pages

    New Mexico Art and Artists: W. B. Oldham and L. Caton New Mexico has a vast history of paintings dating back to the 1900’s beginning with buildings. Throughout that time art and artists have expanded their passions and hearts far throughout what would be considered normal. Artists have the tendency to do that since I believe it is the artist’s imagination that actually gives us a portrait of the world through other people’s eyes. In this paper I am going to describe two very successful, talented, and emotional artists and their artworks by the names of W. B. Oldham and L. Caton. These t

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