Artforms

  • Some People Believe That Government Funding of the Arts Is Necessary to Ensure That the Arts Can Flourish and Be Available to All People. Others Believe That Government Funding of the Arts Threatens the Integrity of the Arts.

    culture and it depicts at each phase, what the society is going through. In today's fast paced era, people are almost always preoccupied with the chores of today and the concerns of tomorrow and they hardly find time to devote in appreciating various artforms which may have been one of their several childhood interests. Also, people's interests are increasingly changing and aligning with the art attractions of the latest century like metal music over classical or carnatic, plastic decorative furniture

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  • Skin Deep Tattoo Magazine

    time is better spent here taking care of my regular customers. The past few years I’ve done a lot of conventions, which means a lot of time away, and I just feel like staying at home for a while. GOODBOOK THE LA YING BARE THE UL TIMA TE ARTFORM 164 pages, hundreds of glossy images and expertly-written advice and commentary on the tattoo scene and industry, all perfectly bound and presented in a highly collectible publication. From the publishers of A comprehensive guide for the tattoo

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  • Humanaties

    Gallery of Art; Washington, D.C. “Mountains and Sea” http://www.artchive.com/artchive/F/frankenthaler/frankenthaler_mtns.jpg.html Norman Lewis http://www.pbs.org/wnet/aaworld/arts/nlewis.html http://www.artnet.com/artists/norman-lewis/ Prebles’ Artforms; Tenth edition by Patrick Frank, published by Pearson

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  • Impressionism

    preferences and main focuses. It is easy to tell that all three of these paintings are from the Impressionist era, but it is really neat to see how each artist captures the landscapes in different ways. References Frank, P. (2011). Prebles’ Artforms (10th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall. The metropolitan museum of art. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/works-of-art/29.100.112

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  • Art Appreciation

    both told with images of oil done on canvas. References Artlex. (2011). Artlex on later renaissance, Judith by da Castelfranco Retrieved October 21, 2011 from (http://www.artlex.com/ArtLex/r/renaissance.later.html) Frank, P. (2011). Prebles’ ArtForms; An Introduction to the Visual Arts, 10th Edition, Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, New Jersey. The State Hermitage Collection. (2011). Western European Art. Retrieved October 22, 2011 from http://www.hermitagemuseum.org/html_En/03/hm3_3_1c.html

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  • Postwar Modern Movements of the West

    suffering from famine and Nazi oppression, many leading artist fled Europe for the United States. and settled in New York in 1945 (ArtForms 397). Devastated and scarred by the aftermath of war the artists settled in New York and joined “The New York School” and became a huge influence to other artist’s in a new art movement called Abstract Expressionism (“ArtForms 397”). There was no certain rules or characterisitics in Abstract Expressionism however, the artist’s shared an interest in painting

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  • Violence & Coffee Beans

    http://www.mylittleempire.ie/index.php/visual-artists/street-art/banksy/ Falcon, A. (n.d.). Latte art: 40 very delicious examples. Retrieved from http://www.hongkiat.com/blog/creative-latte-coffee-art/ Frank, P., & Preble, D. (2006). In Prebles' artforms: An introduction to the visual arts. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall.

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  • Is There a Need for Arts Managers?

    Art Business (n.d.) ‘Do Artists Need Managers’ [www] Arts Business. Available from: http://www.artbusiness.com/artistmgr.html [Accessed: 29/12/12]. Arts Council England (n.d.) ‘Supporting artforms’ [www] Arts Council England. Available from: http://artscouncil.org.uk/what-we-do/supporting-artforms/ [Accessed: 02/01/2013] Atkisson, V. (2012) ‘Are Commercial Galleries Essential to Artists?’ ArtBistro, [Online] Available from: http://artbistro.monster.com/benefits/articles/7418-are-commercial-galleries-essential-to-artists

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  • Neoclassicism

    produced during a period of public corning for the victims of the riots. References Aaron Art Prints, The Oath of the Horatii, undefined, retrieved from http://www.aaronartprints.org/david-theoathofthehoratii.php Patrick, F., Prebles’ Artforms: An Introduction to the Visual Arts, Tenth Edition, 2011, Pearson, Jacques-Louis David ‘s Life and Works, n.d, .retrieved from http://sites.google.com/site/jacqueslouisdavidlifeandworks/the-death-of-socrates The Death of Socrates, undefined

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  • Art Appreciation

    Green Life: Early Childhood painted by Donald Zolan. (2010, December 10). In Midori-life. Blogspot.com. Retrieved June 11, 2013, from http://midori-life.blogspot.com/2010/12/early-childhood-painted-by-donald-zolan.html Patrick, F. (2011). Prebles' Artforms: An introduction to the Visual Arts (10th Edition). Preason. Retrieved from http://wow.coursesmart.com/9781256766919/?CSTenantKey=aiuniv&spid= Photography community, including forums,reviews, and galleries. (2013). Retrieved June 13, 2013, from

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  • Impessionism

    from, http://www.oxfordartonline.com.proxy.cecybrary.com Impesionism. (n.d.). In http://www.oxfordartonline.com.proxy.cecybrary.com . Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://www.oxfordartonline.com.proxy.cecybrary.com Frank, P. (2011). Prebles’ Artforms: An Introduction to the Visual Arts, Tenth Edition Grove Art Online. (n.d.). In http://www.oxfordartonline.com.proxy.cecybrary.com. Retrieved August 1, 2013, from http://www.oxfordartonline.com.proxy.cecybrary.com Langdon, H. (n.d.). In www.oxfrodonline

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  • Ip 4 Art

    http://www.rembrandtpainting.net/rembrandt's_prodigal_son.html Frank, P. (2011). Prebles Artforms. New York: Pearson. Works Cited (n.d.). Retrieved from Caravaggio:: http://www.bc.edu (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.huntfor.com/arthistory/c17th-mid19th/baroque.htm Rembrandt's Prodigal Son. (2012). Retrieved from http://www.rembrandtpainting.net/rembrandt's_prodigal_son.html Frank, P. (2011). Prebles Artforms. New York: Pearson. n/a. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.huntfor.com/arthistory/c17th-mid19th/baroque

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  • Comparison of Three Sculptures

    as works of art to this day. All three of the artist had the same message they were trying to convey when David was sculpted, he was a symbol of freedom. They each just had their own way of expressing the message. References Frank, P. (2011). Artforms (10th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall. Sayre, H. M. (2010). The World of Art (6th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.

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  • What It Takes to Be a Dj

    DJing alone, and on top of that, they have to spend a lot of time and money on their craft. Of course, there are the obvious pluses; the awe-factor, the parties, the party-boys and girls, the ass-kissing. But there is more to it than that. This is an artform, an expression, a way of life (kbein). Many people dream of becoming a DJ, but to really be a DJ, one must buy the right equipment to handle the big-beat tunes. The first thing a DJ needs to do is to determine the type of gear he wishes to use. Building

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  • Xyz-Drama Based Article

    Advisor, Education and Learning, Arts Council England Headteacher, Stantonbury Campus (retired 2003) 1 Introduction The most valuable asset a nation has is the creativity of its children. Alan Plater (playwright) Drama is an artform, a practical activity and an intellectual discipline. A drama education, which begins naturally with learning through dramatic play, will eventually include many elements of theatre. Like the other arts, it involves imagination and feelings and helps

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  • The Illusion of Leadership

    original vision and delivered on time and within budget. It will also look at some of the craft skills of acting, as they relate to working within creative groups, and to some of the principles of creative working that seem to be universal across many artforms and how they may be applied outside the arts. But it will also examine the proposition that the arts, particularly the theater arts, do more than merely hold up a mirror to life. They reflect the fact that much of what we call “reality” is no more

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  • Renaissance Art

    about in the Catholic art. Leonardo eliminated any objects that could distract the viewer from what is meant to be seen. The focus is primarily on Jesus and his apostles. References Frank, P. (2011). Renaissance and Baroque Europe. In Prebles’ Artforms: An Introduction to the Visual Arts (10th ed., pp. 250,254,256). Pearson. Last Supper - Smarthistory. (n.d.). Retrieved July 3, 2014, from http://smarthistory.khanacademy.org/leonardo-last-supper.html Masaccio's Holy Trinity - ItalianRenaissance

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  • On Art Theory as Art

    subjects-flags, numbers. In essence, Steinberg blew Abstract Expressionism out of the water almost overnight. Something had finally come along to crush the pureness abstract expressionism represented and, in the end, proved it to be a sort of post-pure artform. This art became Pop Art because it used sign systems and the like as its subjects. (Wolfe 83). To make long stories short, more or less, art theory spirals at this point straight down the line from Pop Art to Op Art, and even further and further

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  • Process Analysis

    your temptation to pour the noodles right in, resist. It is futile and will only result in complications later. You will know the water is boiling when bubbles are rapidly rising to the top, and this, my friend, is when the fun begins, but the artform must start. The next few steps must be performed precisely or else your macaroni and cheese will end up in the trash just like all of your dreams. But if you complete this correctly, you mac and cheese will be held high and praised, much like you

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  • Process Analysis

    your temptation to pour the noodles right in, resist. It is futile and will only result in complications later. You will know the water is boiling when bubbles are rapidly rising to the top, and this, my friend, is when the fun begins, but the artform must start. The next few steps must be performed precisely or else your macaroni and cheese will end up in the trash just like all of your dreams. But if you complete this correctly, you mac and cheese will be held high and praised, much like you

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  • Art Appreciation 1

    senses through a variety of mediums such as paint, photography, words, or music. I believe art can be anything that appeals to your senses; even food can be art for both the eyes and the taste buds. 2. What is “art”? According to our textbook, Artforms by Patrick Frank, “a work of art is a visual expression of an idea or experience formed with skill through the use of a medium (Frank, p.3)” This means that if you develop a skill such as a painter or a guitarist, and you paint a picture or play

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  • Art Appreciation 2 - Research an Artist - Diego Rivera

    2010. Web. 18 September 2010. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diego_Rivera Diego Rivera Web Museum. The Virtual Diego Rivera Web Museum. N.p. 9 September 2010. Web. 18 September 2010. http://www.diegorivera.com Frank, Patrick. Prebles’ Artforms: An Introduction to the Visual Arts. Upper Saddle River: Pearson Education, Ninth Edition. 2009. Print.

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  • Huma 205 Unit 1

    com/content/entry/heliconhe/art/0 Escher, M. C. (1943). Reptiles [Printmaking]. In Mcescher.com. Retrieved from The M.C. Escher Company website: http://www.mcescher.com/gallery/back-in-holland/reptiles/ Frank, P. (2011). Modern art beyond the West. In Prebles’ artforms: An introduction to the visual arts (10, p. 420). Pearson. doi:10:0-20579753-9 Marie-Bénédicte, A. (n.d.). "City gates" sarcophagus [Architecture]. In Louvre.fr. Retrieved from The Louvre Museum website: http://www.louvre.fr/en/oeuvre-notices/city-gates-sarcophagus

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  • Censorship and Its Affect on Art

    censorship has effected expression, and this is by no means the first time censorship took place in history. I personally never put too much thought into censorship and the severity of its faults until I read about the Byzantine Empire in chapter six of ArtForms. In the years of 726 to 843 a serious controversy took place among the empire, known as the Iconoclastic Controversy. During this time current Emperor Leo III ordered all images of Christ, Mary, the saints, and the angels to be destroyed upon discovery

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  • Summary of Shelley’s “Defence of Poetry”

    the poisonous waters which flow from death through life; it strips the veil of familiarity from the world, and lays bare the naked and sleeping beauty, which is the spirit of its forms. (527) 6.Poetry’s superiority to the sciences and to other artforms: to non-linguistic forms of art because it “expresses those arrangements of language, and especially metrical language, which are created by that imperial faculty, whose throne is curtained within the invisible nature of man” (517) (the Imagination)

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  • After Campbell: Parody

    of expression would not fall precisely under the auspices of parody and, hence, the protection of fair use. n205 However, the Court should have applied the same rationale to satire, which compelled it to find that parody is a necessary and useful artform. Justice Souter argued that satire is not fair use where "the alleged infringer merely uses [the original work] to get attention or to avoid the drudgery in working up something fresh." n206 The purpose of parody is to raise social consciousness

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  • White Paper

    To increase the accessibility of works of arts to the public To provide a famework for artists to showcase their talents, get trained on the latest techniques To improve the ‘state of the art’ when it comes to the various artforms To preserve, promote and encourage the development of indigenous and … arts and crafts We have to understand that the processes of artistic creation, appreciation of works of art and public participation in cultural events are

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  • Music Proposal

    Council England, 2004 Audience development is a continual, actively managed process in which an organisation encourages each attender and potential attender to develop confidence, knowledge, experience and engagement across the full breadth of the artform to meet his or her full potential, whilst meeting the organisation’s own artistic, social and financial objectives.’  Morris Hargreaves McIntyre Audience development is a planned process which involves building a relationship between an individual

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  • Artforms

    Artforms 4/16/11 Francisco Goya, The Third of May, 1808 p.327 Visual Elements A.Line-There are actual lines in this painting from the rifles toward the man holding his hands up. When looking at this painting you view quickly from the right to the left and can almost feel the inevitable execution. There is also a line in the sand separating the light from the dark. Seems to be imply between the good of the Spaniards who are about to be executed, from the evil hooded men who are shooting. I

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  • The Design and Implementation of a Leadership Development Program for Greenheck Fan Corporation

    this research, but existing managers and executives would benefit from similar development opportunities. Greenheck should continue to develop leadership programs for other groups of employees. 34 REFERENCES Bennis, W. (1982, April). The Artform of Leadership. In J. Thomas Wren (Ed.), The Leadership Companion (pp. 377-378). New York: The Free Press. Bennis, W. (1994). On Becoming a Leader (Rev. ed.) (p. 1). Reading, MA: Perseus Books. Byham, W.C. (1999, February). Grooming Next-Millenium

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  • Art Research Paper - Lee Ming-Wei

    things in our daily life. Therefore, I can always feel something peaceful, calm, and warm in his art works, and I am really obsessed with it. 7 Work Cited “Art and Society” Web. 29 October 2015. http://praxis.tw/ Frank, Patrick. Prebles’ Artforms : an introduction to the visual arts -11 edition. New Jersey: Pearson Education Inc., 2014. Print. “LEE MINGWEI” Web. 29 October 2015.. http://www.leemingwei.com/ McQuaid, Cate. “Lee Mingwei offers the gift of song at the MFA” The Boston Globe

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  • What Makes Art Art

    cultural aspect to it as well, particularly in how we interpret art. Georgia O’Keeffe says, “I found that I could say things with colors and shapes that I couldn’t say in any other way-things I had no words for.” I really think our book Prebles’ Artforms by Patrick Frank says it good when he says, “Not all of us regularly create works of art, but we are all creative in some way. We create a home life. We create relationships. We create events, goals, projects, and accomplishments. Even the common

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  • Art 101

    student to understand the historical, social, and psychological factors involved in the creation of works of art through an analysis of the language, media, and rationale of visual communication. Prerequisites: None. Units: Three Required Text: Artforms, 11th Edition, Patrick Frank, Pearson Prentice/Hall, Upper Saddle River, New Jersey, 07458. Method of Presentation: Lectures with PowerPoint presentations and class discussion. Student Learning Outcomes: Art 100 – Introduction to Art

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  • Develop Workplace Policy and Procedures for Sustainability

    and operations. Theatre is a resource intensive activity, but one in which both creators and consumers alike can join to bring about positive environmental change. The theatre of the future will depend on developing new work practices that make the artform more sustainable and innovative.  Queensland Theatre Company is ideally suited to be a leader at a local, state and national level. It is the state’s flagship theatre company presenting an annual season of 7-9 professional, mainstage productions

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  • Renaissance Art

    during this time period and each serve as a window to the past for everyone to admire and learn from. References Renaissance Art. (n.d.). Retrieved on April 11, 2013 from http://www.history.com/topics/renaissance-art Frank, P. (2011). Prebles’ Artforms: An Introduction to the Visual Arts (10th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education. Later Renaissance Art. (2010). Retrieved on April 11, 2013 from http://www.artlex.com/ArtLex/r/renaissance.later.html Da Castelfranco, G.

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  • Fgkjdkjk

    Instructor Information Dr. Patricia Rooney, PhD American Studies-Visual Culture, St. Louis University M.A. Art History, Webster University parooney@cougars.ccis.edu Textbooks Frank, Patrick. Prebles’ Artforms 11th Edition. 2014. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson, 2014. ISBN: 978-0-205-96811-4 Textbooks for the course may be ordered from MBS Direct. You can order * online at http://direct.mbsbooks.com/columbia.htm (be sure to select Online Education

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  • On Seats

    Drama Makes Meaning Drama Australia – The National Association for Drama Education What is Drama? Drama is an artform highly accessible to young people. In education, it is a mode of learning that challenges and supports students to make meaning of their world and enables them to express and communicate ideas in the artform. ΅΅ Drama is the enactment of real and imagined events through roles and situations. ΅΅ Drama enables individuals and groups to explore, shape and symbolically represent ideas

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  • Gothic Cathedrals, Compare and Contrast Two

    ville-bourges.fr/english/heritage/cathedral.php Unknown. Earthlore: Expression and Technique of Craft Utilized Within Gothic Churches, Cathedrals, and Monasteries. Retrieved from http://www.elore.com/Gothic/Glossary/techniques.htm Patrick, Frank. Artforms. Gothic; page 244-255.

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  • Culture

    Location: Santa Maria Novella, Florence I started this project by searching the paintings that I will be analyzing. In the internet, I found a great painting from Raphael named The School of Athens (1509-1510) and from the text book Prebles’ Artforms by Patrick Frank, I found a painting from Masaccio named The Holy Trinity (1425) Both paintings fit in the Renaissance period where painters in Italy specifically wanted to have a re-birth in art. Renaissance is a period in the art history used

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  • A Portrait of Georgia O'Keeffe

    you hung all your own associations with flowers on my flower and you write about my flower as if I think and see what you think and see of the flower – and I don’t.” References Patrick Frank, Prebles’ Artforms, 10th Edition, Chapter 2

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  • Baroque Period

    a lot of the paintings that were done during this period that the artist were focusing not just on the people that they see everyday, but on the aspect of a newfound faith in the church and in God. References Frank, Patrick: Prebles’ Artforms Tenth Edition (Renaissance and Baroque Europe) www.huntfor.com/absoluteig/Rembrandt.htm www.huntfor.com/absoluteig/dyck.htm

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  • Huma205-1201a-11 Art Appreciation

    of Art, Retrieved January 8, 2012, from: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/art Dr. Zahoor and Dr. Haq (2012). Taj Mahal history, Retrieved January 8, 2012, from:  http://www.islamicity.com/culture/taj/default.htm Frank, P. (2011, Prebles’ artforms: an introduction to the visual arts, 10th Edition, Prentice Hall, Hoving, T. (2010) Installation Art, Retrieved January 8, 2012 from: http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/understanding-installation-art.html Jahan, S (Builder). (1666). Taj Mahal

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  • Adfafrare

    these not-for-profit venues attract audiences from a larger area than might otherwise be expected for cinema screenings, probably due to the programme choice and to their marketing efforts which are designed to attract audiences (for films and other artforms) from a wide catchment area. 3.5 TOWN SIZE The demographic data in Table 3.5 reveals that in Ireland the mid-size towns (population between 10,000 and 35,000) have achieved high real growth in the population together with a high percentage increase

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  • Greek and Roman Art: Compare and Contrast

    comes in different forms. The Doryphoros and the Roman Art were constructed between 450 and 500BCE and both were created using bronze. They each show strength, while the She-wolf also shows protection. Reference Frank, P. (2002-2011). Prebles Artforms. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall. Joe, J. (2008, November 16). Tales of Rome. Retrieved from Timeless Myths: http://www.timelessmyths.com/classical/gallery/shewolf.jpg Lapatin, K. D. (n.d.). Reviews.Art Bullentin, 79(1), 148. Retrieved from

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  • Art Appreciation

    gov/downloads/pdfs/Resource_Guide_Chapters/PictAmer_Resource_Book_Chapter_5A.pdf Wilmerding, J., (September 25, 2010). Reflections on the American Landscape. Retrieved from http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703556604575502081408169148.html Frank, P. (2011). Prebles’ Artforms (10th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education The Burning of the House of the Lords and Commons [pic] The Oxbow [pic] Blue Hole, Little Miami River [pic]

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  • The Eight Types of Art

    Oxford Reference Online, Oxford University Press, Career Education Corporation., Retrieved from http://www.oxfordreference.com.proxy.cecybrary.com.proxy.cecybrary.com/views/ENTRY.html?subview=Main&entry=t4.e1822. Frank, P., (2011). Prebles’ Artforms An Introduction to the Visual Arts., 10th ed., Pitzer College Claremont California, Prentice Hall. Garden, D., (2012). Retrieved from http://www.panascape.com/html/display.php?y=2001&n=20 Installation Art, (2012). Indianapolis Museum of

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