Small written assignment (Answering questions)- Museum paper
I am looking for someone who has knowledge of art, because I will need you to use and implement elements of art in order to answer the questions. You will need to look at the pictures/sculptures that I will post the document down below"Pictures with info" is the document and to choose 3 questions and answer them while you look and describe the painting/sculpture.
Another important thing:
If you're referencing material found in research, then you should always provide a citation. If you're including a direct quote from a source, then you MUST use quotation marks around the text, and then provide a citation mark. Otherwise, it would be considered plagiarism. In general, you shouldn't have more than one or two sentences of quoted text per page in an essay.
Here are the questions: READ CAREFULLY !!!
From the list below, select THREE (and only three) questions to respond to. Your response to each artwork should consist of approximately one paragraph. Be sure to tell me which question you are answering, and identify each artwork by the label information provided by the museum. Answer all of the questions within the topic for each object selected.
Make sure that you answer only 3 of the 6 possible questions. Please note that Question #6 is split into an A or B option. You can only pick one of those. For all the questions, you're asked to find two different artworks as examples. That will be a total of 6 different artworks. Please don't repeat the same work for multiple questions.
1. Locate two objects that have a function beyond serving an aesthetic or
devotional purpose (make sure each object serves a different function). Describe
each object: how was each made? How did it function? Next, discuss how two
formal elements operate in each work.
2. Compare and contrast two artworks that are dependent on two different
types of line. Identify each work by artist, title, medium, and date. Define the
type of line used in each work as actual (outline or contour) or implied. Define
the expressive nature of line in each work: is it rational and geometric, or
emotional and expressive? If the work is representational, describe how the line
quality relates to (defines or enhances) the subject depicted. If the artwork is
non-representational, assess how the line quality affects the formal composition.
3. Search for two portraits, one of which is two-dimensional (drawing,
painting, print) and one of which is three-dimensional (sculpture). Describe
each. Who is represented? Summarize how the individual is represented. Next,
discuss how two elements of art and are used in each portrait. How does the
medium contribute to the appearance of the portrait (e.g., an oil painting will have
very different qualities than a marble sculpture)?
4. Find two works of art; one two-dimensional (drawing, painting, print) and one
three-dimensional (sculpture). How does each work make use of space? In the
two-dimensional piece, is the artist rendering the illusion of three-dimensional
space? How? In either piece, what is the interplay between negative and
positive space? In the three-dimensional piece, think about how we, the viewers,
are supposed to interact in the space of the object.
5. Find two works of art that use two different color schemes – analogous,
monochromatic, complementary, or polychromatic. Identify each work by artist,
title, medium, and date. Identify the color scheme of each and describe
specifically how it makes you “read” the artwork. Last, assess how the color
scheme is related to the subject matter and/or the form (if non-representational).
Think about how color enhances the subject and/or form. How does it contribute
to the content (meaning) of the work?
6. This question has an A or B option. Option A is about pattern. Option B is about texture. Please only pick one, do not write about both pattern & texture.
A) Find two artworks in which pattern plays a vital role. Define how pattern is
created. Is pattern the result of the media used to create the artwork (for
example pattern may result from the weaving process in fiber art) or is it “applied”
(drawn, painted, carved, etc.)? Describe in detail the effect that pattern has on
the work of art (Does it create movement? Does it give structure to the work?
Does it direct your eye in a specific way)?
B) Find two artworks in which texture plays a vital role. Define the texture as
actual or visual. How is the texture created? What does this element contribute
to the work?
I also attached an example how it should look. You can read the example but DO NOT use any words/ or try to copy some of it.
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