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Exploring Different art forms
surrealism
movement in art and literature that sought to release the creative potential of the unconscious mind
Expressionism
Impressionism
Impressionism-
artistic style that seeks to capture a feeling or experience rather than to achieve accurate depiction
My favorite Surrealism Painting
Dali's Metamorphosis of Narcissus depicts the tale of Greek figure Narcissus, the egotistical man who pined for his reflection in a pool of water.
Art: Behold the wonder that resides here.
Visual Arts
APPLIED ARTs
Performing Arts
visual Arts
Visual art can be defined as a form of art that uses any medium to represent the artist's idea, emotion and imagination. Visual art like paintings, sculptures and architecture have evolved with time and different periods saw the emergence of different art movements. The most famous art movements and styles are Impressionism, cubism, surrealism, expressionism, favism, art noveu, realism and relativism.
Impressionism-
artistic style that seeks to capture a feeling or experience rather than to achieve accurate depiction
cubism-
movement in modern art that emphasized the geometrical depiction of natural forms

surrealism-
movement in art and literature that sought to release the creative potential of the unconscious mind
expressionism-
style of painting, music, or drama in which the artist or writer seeks to express emotional experience rather than impressions of the external world
fauvism-
style of painting with vivid expressionistic and nonnaturalistic use of color
art nouveau-
characterised by an elaborate ornamental style with sinuous linearity and flowing organic shapes based on plant forms
realism-
the quality or fact of representing a person, thing, or situation accurately or in a way that is true to life
Definitions
Artist Examples
Vincent Van Gogh's Starry Night
Dean Johnson's Forest Scene
Dafen Oil painting on Canvas
movement in modern art that emphasized the geometrical depiction of natural forms

cubism
Artist examples
Modern Cubism
Pablo Picasso's Guitar
Picasso's Woman with Mandolin
Artist Examples
the persistence of memory
Vladmir Kush
Vladmir Kush
style of painting, music, or drama in which the artist or writer seeks to express emotional experience rather than impressions of the external world
Artist Examples
Van Gogh's Starry Night over the Rhone
Shahid
Fauvism
style of painting with vivid expressionistic and non naturalistic use of color
Artist Examples
nashaath self portrait
Thad M. Morgan
the weight that colours carry within their structures collectively creating melodic harmony. But the true validity of my work is the effect the work has on the emotions of it's viewing audience
Françoise nielly
art nouveau
characterized by an elaborate ornamental style with sinuous linearity and flowing organic shapes based on plant forms
Artist Examples
Peter Brockhammer
Alphonse Mucha
Alphonse Mucha
realism
the quality or fact of representing a person, thing, or situation accurately or in a way that is true to life
Artist Examples
Christiane Vleugels
Ride to realism by fabianoMillani
Rob Ebeen
Visual Arts can be further classified as:
Drawing
painting
Sculpture
Calligraphy
Photography
Drawing
Drawing is a representation of any form or object by hand through the medium of pencil, pen, charcoal, etc. Drawings are not necessarily a depiction of what we see around us. A drawing can also be abstract, illustrating certain emotions and ideas that are in the mind of the artist and which are open to interpretation. There are many drawing and sketching techniques and what an artist uses depends upon his skills and preferences.
Medium
In art, a medium is the material that artists use to create their art. It's that simple. Whatever a piece of art is made out of is its medium. The plural of medium is media. So one piece of art can be made of one medium, or several media.
Charcoal
Graphite
Pen and Ink
Ink Wash
Mixed Media
•Made from burnt wood.
•Great for value studies. Gives us a sense of three-dimensional space and a great range of lights and darks with minimal effort.
•Known for expressive, direct and immediate qualities. Can create bold, thick lines or be sharpened to a point for more detailed marks.
•Use paper with a medium to heavy tooth or texture.
•Can be erased; smudges easily - can be controlled by spraying a synthetic fixative over the drawing.
•Charcoal comes in three basic types:
Willow charcoal is light-weight, hard and brittle. It is powdery and easily rubbed off.
Vine charcoal is a fine quality natural charcoal made from hardwoods, which offers a full range of tone, yet is easily erased or blended with a paper stump.
Compressed charcoal is made of powdered charcoal and is available in varying degrees of hardness. It has a good overall considency, but its dense tone can be difficult to erase and blend. It is available in squared bars, rounded crayons, pencils, chunks, and powdered.

Charcoal Artwork
My Personal Favorite
Graphite Pencils
•Made of powdered graphite (not lead) fired with clay, ranging in hardness from 6H to 8B, the softest, and encased in wood.
•A good assortment for freehand drawing includes: HB, 2b, 4b, 6b, 8b.
•Graphite is also available in bar, crayon, chunk, and powdered form.
•Use paper with a smooth or hot press surface that has very little tooth or texture.
•Can be erased; softer graphite smudges easily - can be controlled by spraying a synthetic fixative over the drawing.
•Begin lightly with the hardest pencil and gradually darken the drawing with softer graphite. Do not put harder graphite over softer.
•Use a light hand. Be careful not to score the paper surface with the harder pencils.

Graphite Artwork
David Filer Wildlife Artist
pen drawing, artwork executed wholly or in part with pen and ink, usually on paper. Pen drawing is fundamentally a linear method of making images.

Inks of various types used in pen studies contribute additional diversity to the final effects.
Pen and INk artwork
Ink wash painting uses tonality and shading achieved by varying the ink density, both by differential grinding of the ink stick in water and by varying the ink load and pressure within a single brushstroke. Ink wash painting artists spend years practicing basic brush strokes to refine their brush movement and ink flow. In the hand of a master, a single stroke can produce astonishing variations in tonality, from deep black to silvery gray.
INk Wash Artwork
Yuriy Ratush
Rembrandt
keron Grant
1. A technique involving the use of two or more artistic media, such as ink and pastel or painting and collage, that are combined in a single composition.

2. The combined use of media, such as television, radio, print, and the Internet, as for advertising or publicity.
Mixed Media ArtWork
Stéphanie Ledoux
Florian Nicolle
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Painting
??!: Mystery Solved
Sebastien Del Grosso is a 33-year-old artist from Paris who has found an imaginative way to bring his selfies to life — he sketches himself into the picture in such a way as to make the photographs look like paintings.

Sebastien came up with the idea when he decided to update his Facebook profile photo and has since created a whole collection of such images.

The trick to producing the incredible effect is that, instead of completely transforming the pictures into sketches, Sebastien adapts only parts of the original pictures, creating an amazing composite effect.

The entire process, from the shooting to producing the final image, can take the artist anywhere from a few hours to several days.

Sebastien began his career as a sketch artist but later he discovered a love for photography and sought a way to combine the two. the result is this amazing mixed-media self-portrait series he named “The Sketch of a Life”.

Sebastien Del Grosso
Painting is the practice of applying paint, pigment, color or other medium to a surface (support base). The medium is commonly applied to the base with a brush but other implements, such as knives, sponges, and airbrushes, can be used.

In art, the term painting describes both the act and the result of the action. Paintings may have for their support such surfaces as walls, paper, canvas, wood, glass, lacquer, clay, leaf, copper or concrete, and may incorporate multiple other materials including sand, clay, paper, plaster, gold leaf as well as objects.

Painting Media
Painting surfaces
walls
paper
canvas
wood
glass
lacquer
clay
leaf
copper
concrete
Walls
Paper
Canvas
Wood
Glass
lacquer
Clay
leaf
Copper
Oil paint
Acrylic paint
Tempera
watercolor &
spray paint
Oil paint
Acrylic paint
Tempera
Watercolor
Spray Paint
Acrylic paint is a fast-drying paint containing pigment suspension in acrylic polymer emulsion. Acrylic paints are water soluble, but become water-resistant when dry.
Definitions
Pigment suspension
-pigment suspended in a liquid); dries to form a hard coating.

Acrylic Artwork
eRIC mARETTE
mAXIM gRUNIN
patrice murciano
a method of painting with pigments dispersed in an emulsion miscible with water, typically egg yolk. The method was used in Europe for fine painting, mainly on wood panels, from the 12th or early 13th century until the 15th, when it began to give way to oils.
Tempora Artwork
Risparmia con l’offerta
Pigment
Egg Yolk
+
=
tempera paint
artists' paint made with a water-soluble binder such as gum arabic, and thinned with water rather than oil, giving a transparent color.
Watercolor Artwork
Absract
Peggy Brown
Roland Lee
a paste made with ground pigment and a drying oil such as linseed oil, used chiefly by artists because it is slow to dry.
Oil Paint Artwork
fabiano millani
leonid afremov
Christiane Vleugels
paint that is contained in an aerosol can for the purpose of spraying onto a surface.
Spray Paint Artwork
Porfirio Jimenez
a continuous vertical brick or stone structure that encloses or divides an area of land.
Graffiti Artwork
Stencil Artwork
Wall Artwork
Wall Artwork also has to do with different effects you create while painting your everyday dining room.
Art Paper Surface Types
There are several factors influencing the texture of paper. First is the fiber itself. The different types of wood pulp, cellulose, and cotton will behave differently when made into paper. The volume of pulp per sheet will affect the weight and strength of the paper. The production process itself is also important, with the choice of mould, a machine or hand process, and the amount of heat and pressure in the drying process all changing the paper. Surface textures can be created by the mesh mould that paper sheets are made on, or applied by a roller to machine-made paper. Lastly, the amount of 'size' - that means a binding glue, not the dimensions - in the paper and on the surface will affect how well it holds water, and how 'toothy' the surface is. So let's take a look at some of the descriptions you'll find applied to paper, and learn about what they mean.
Laid Paper
Laid paper has a pattern of parallel lines created by the wires of the mold in its production. Some papers, such as Ingres, have a broad, pronounced surface texture which is clearly visible in the drawing.
Textured Pastel, Charcoal and Craft Papers
Textured surfaces typically have a fine, irregular texture pressed into the surface during manufacture, often mimicking the natural irregularities of mold-made paper. The tooth and hardness of the paper itself varies according to manufacturer, though most have a hard vellum surface with moderate sizing. This allows them to be used with quite hard media, and a certain amount of layering.
Wove paper
Wove paper is made on a woven wire 'cloth' like a fine sieve, instead of the traditional parallel wires of Laid paper. Most of the paper we use has been manufactured in this way. The tightly woven mesh creates a fine, smooth surface, ideally having no texture at all.
Rough grained paper has a noticeably bumpy surface. In making rough paper, the pulp is pressed without additional heat, so there is natural variation in the surface. When shading with chalk or flat pencil, the pits in the paper create an irregular pattern of white spots throughout the area. Mold-made watercolor paper is a typical example of a rough paper surface.
Rough Paper
Medium paper includes 'Not' (meaning not hot pressed) cold pressed watercolor paper, as well as a variety of medium-surfaced drawing papers such as Lana Dessin. Medium paper has a fine grain, which can look quite subtle when shading with a sharpened pencil, or may be accentuated by shading with a blunt pencil or charcoal.
medium paper
Smooth - Hot Press
Hot Pressed or smooth paper has been, as the name suggests, hot rolled or 'ironed' during production to create a very smooth, flat surface. Hot pressed paper allows you to draw very fine detail without any bumps or texture showing up. The amount of manipulation and type of medium depends on the quality of raw fiber, manufacturing process and fiber used.
A strong, coarse unbleached cloth made from hemp, flax, cotton, or a similar yarn, used to make items such as sails and tents and as a surface for oil painting.
Wood offers a fascination, beauty, and complexity in the grain, that often shows even when the medium is painted. Wood is used by carpenters to create many useful items such as cabinets, furniture and musical instruments. Artists use wood for sculpture because it is plentiful and inexpensive when compared to other media like stone or bronze. It is in some ways easier to shape than harder substances, but an artist must develop specific skills to carve it properly. Wood does not last as long as other sculpting media because it can be affected by water rot, dry rot, insect invasion and fire.
An item that is made, usually for decoration but also for purpose, from glass that has been worked into a form that is considered pleasing to the eye.
A stiff, sticky sedimentary material that is soft and pliable when wet and consists mainly of various silicates of aluminum. Clay is widely used to make bricks, pottery, and tiles.
Lacquer is a clear or coloured wood finish that dries by solvent evaporation or a curing process that produces a hard, durable finish. This finish can be of any sheen level from ultra matte to high gloss, and it can be further polished as required.
The term metal leaf is normally used for thin sheets of metal of any color that do not contain any real gold. Layering gold leaf over a surface is called gold leafing or gilding.
Copper plate, if properly prepared, is a smooth, archival oil-painting surface that’s been used by artists for hundreds of years with stunning results.
Tim Spillane
Sculpture
The art of making two- or three-dimensional representative or abstract forms, especially by carving stone or wood or by casting metal or plaster.
Carving Stone sculpture
carving wood sculpture
metal casting sculpture
plaster casting sculpture
Freedman by john quincy adams
Calligraphy
The art of producing decorative handwriting or lettering with a pen or brush.
Photography
The art or practice of taking and processing photographs.
Applied Arts
The applied arts are the application of design and decoration to everyday objects to make them aesthetically pleasing. The term is applied in distinction to the fine arts which aims to produce objects which are beautiful and/or provide intellectual stimulation.
What Does Applied Art Include?
For the sake of simplicity, works of applied art is comprise of two different types: standard machine-made products which have had a particular design applied to them, to make them more attractive and easy-to-use; and individual, aesthetically pleasing but mostly functional, craft products made by artisans or skilled workers. Artistic disciplines that are classified as applied arts, include industrial design, fashion design, interior design, and graphic art and design (including computer graphics), as well as most types of decorative art (eg. furniture, carpets, tapestry, embroidery, batik, jewellery, metalwork, pottery, goldsmithing, basketry, mosaic art, and glassware).
Man Made Products
factory made in china
Individual
machine-made products which have had a particular design applied to them, to make them more attractive and easy-to-use
individual, aesthetically pleasing but mostly functional, craft products made by artisans or skilled workers
Performing Arts
Performing arts are art forms in which artists use their voices and/or the movements of their bodies, often in relation to other objects, to convey artistic expression—as opposed to, for example, purely visual arts, in which artists use paint/canvas or various materials to create physical or static art objects.
types
Performing arts may include
dance
,
music
,
opera
,
theatre
and
musical theatre
,
magic
,
illusion
,
mime
,
spoken word
,
puppetry
,
circus arts
,
performance art
,
recitation
and
public speaking
.
Dance
Dance is the art of movement of the body, usually rhythmically and to music, using prescribed or improvised steps and gestures
MUsic
Music is an art form whose medium is sound. Generally, a song is considered the smallest standalone work of music, especially when involving singing
Theatre
Theatre or theater is a collaborative form of fine art that uses live performers to present the experience of a real or imagined event before a live audience in a specific place
Illusion and Mime
An illusion is a distortion of the senses, revealing how the brain normally organizes and interprets sensory stimulation.
A mime or mime artist (from Greek mimos, "imitator, actor") is someone who uses mime as a theatrical medium or as a performance art, involving miming, or the acting out a story through body motions, without use of speech.
Illusion
mime
Spoken Word
Spoken Word is poetry intended for onstage performance, rather than exclusively designed for the page. While often associated with hip-hop culture, it also has strong ties to storytelling, modern poetry, post-modern performance, and monologue theatre, as well as jazz, blues, and folk music.
At its best, spoken word is a powerful, high-energy form of expression that attracts artists and audiences of all ages from a wide range of disciplines and socio-cultural backgrounds.
Can we Auto-Correct Humanity?-Prince Ea
Puppetry
circus arts
Performance arts
Puppetry is a form of theatre or performance that involves the manipulation of puppets. It is very ancient, and is believed to have originated 3000 years BC
a form of performing art in which the instrument of artistic expression is the body's precise movement, which is based on circus technique and is combined with objects or instruments from a circus discipline
Performing arts are art forms in which artists use their voices and/or the movements of their bodies, often in relation to other objects, to convey artistic expression
Dead Men Can't Catcall
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