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Transcript: Commercial ice cream is prepared from butterfat, nonfat milk solids, sugar stabilizers, and flavoring agents. Butterfat gives ice cream its creamy flavor and texture. The nonfat milk solids give it body and make it smooth. The stabilizers, such as gelatin or gum, are added to give the blend a smooth texture by preventing large ice crystals from forming during the freezing process. Sugar and various kinds of flavoring provide sweetness and add to the taste of ice cream. Natural flavorings, such as chopped or whole fruits or nuts, also add a variety of different textures. (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr doodles and other ice cream strawberry with sprinkles about ice cream and how different ones you can have notes Budapest San Francisco Results Notes Stockholm Our Project (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr Double click to crop it if necessary After being mixed, the ingredients are pasteurized, usually at 155° F (68° C) for about 30 minutes. They are then thoroughly blended before being cooled in a freezer. In the freezer the mixture is whipped and becomes filled with air. This air, called overrun or swell, gives there are others ice cream like strawberry and blueberry there are some good kind and there can be the nasty kind to all different kinda of ice cream Research outlook there are different kind of ice cream to eat like cookie and cream photo frame Place your own picture behind this frame! (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr details Assets map Important Details additional smoothness and lightness tt the blend. It also serves as an insulator so that ice cream can be easily eaten even though it is very cold. While still in semiliquid form, the mixture is removed from the freezer and poured into packages. The packages are stored in refrigerated rooms at -25° F (-32° C) where the ice cream hardens.

Abstract Expressionism PowerPoint

Transcript: The spontaneous brushstrokes and lines are common in most abstract expressionist paintings There are many different layers of colors The artists use different brushstrokes to portray emotion, in this case, the artists seems angry and rebellious Different people interpret the painting in different ways, some people see different things than others This painting would be considered an action painting rather than a color field painting This movement was unique because every artists had their own version or style of painting abstract expressionism What type of painting is this?? What colors are used?? What do you see that others may not?? Any special shapes made in this painting?? Whats the mood shown in this painting?? The Artist is Franz Kline You can tell by the style of his painting. Parents divorced when he was 3 years old. An action painter A lot of his work reflected his anger through out his life. Went to the Rotterdam Academy of Fine Arts and Techniques. Heavily influenced by Picasso and his cubist work. Jackson Pollock Reactions: 1. Color Field Painting 2. Action Painting (Gestural painting He was born Wyoming and moved to New York in 1930. He started painting around 1928-30, when he was 16 and studied under Thomas Hart Benton. (However, the American rural landscapes had little to no impact on his work. Although, the use of colors and use of paint were more lasting influences.) Later, he used ideas from Pablo Picasso to start an new painting style focused from Cubism. Artists focus more on the process and technique of painting Not as much about the finished product generally this type of painting is considered "messy". Hard to depict what the message (content) is behind the painting Mark Rothko was born in Dvinsk, Russia on September 25, 1903 Rothko painted more with water colors and created some great works using a palette of grays and earth tones Some critics say that a few of his paintings are a "masterpiece and a landscape of the mind." The left picture is an example of Abstract Expressionism. Lets Go More In Depth Born in Pennsylvania Went to Boston University and Girard College. He taught many art classes focused on abstract art. His work becomes easy to recognize due to his use of thick, bold, black lines. Night Creatures Lee Krasner 1965 Willem De Kooning Mark Rothko (Gestural Painting) Untitled No. 3 Jackson Pollock Re-cap: 1912- 1956 Artists Involved In This Movement Can you guess the artist of this painting?? Two Types of Abstract Expressionism 1903-1970 Abstract expressionism was an art movement that matured in the 1930's and continued to developed after WW2 from the 1940's to the 1950's. It originated in New York City due to the political instability in Europe (Paris). The idea of abstract art was heavily influenced by cubism, and surrealism. Artist moved to America and translated their art into a new style fitted to the post-war mood of anxiety and trauma which set the stage for modern art, and America's post-war dominance of the international art world. Surrealism and Cubism (influences) rebelling against the strict rule of Europe (post-WW2) and showing social chaos of depression, trauma, and the anxiety people were feeling after the war. Identify Jackson Pollock 1959 Abstract Expressionism Characteristics of Abstract Ecxpressionism Which picture is an example of Abstract Expressionism? Untitled Jackson Pollock 1948-49 uses blocks of color to symbolize and express emotion color gave the painting the feeling they wanted to portray it was considered more "organized" than action painting Abstraction (Subject Matter) Influences, Ideas, Brainstorming and Sketching! Abstract Expressionism Watch Walt Disney's Fantasia. As you are watching the movie you will pay close attention to the music and art. Then, compile and list of words or thumbnail sketches that correlate what you are hearing and seeing. (So you will react to each musical segment focusing on the elements/principles of art "line, color, shape, pattern, value, rhythm, texture, etc.) Color Field Painting Untitled 1957 Many people back then and still in the present day don't understand the concept of abstract expressionism Red, Orange, Tan and Purple 1949 1910- 1962 Franz Kline Window Panes with Bicycle Pangin 2005 At first this movement was not liked because it was against the rules of tradition. Red Orange Tan and Purple 1949 - Mark Rothko 1908-1984 Pollock painting Noon 1947 Action Painting One of the few famous women from the movement. Was married to Jackson Pollock. Once married, she focused more on Pollocks work than her own. Excavation WIllem de Kooning 1950 Mural. Magenta 1947 Mark Rothko Jackson Pollock Willem De Kooning Hans Hofmann Mark Rothko Lee Krasner Franz Kline Clyfford Still Robert Motherwell Barnett Newman Characteristics about this painting... Woman V 1952-53 Lee Krasner Chief 1950 Expressionism (conveying emotions)


Transcript: Ice Cream Ice cream is a sweet frozen food. It contains cream or milk, butterfat, sugar, and eggs. Different flavorings are added. There are many different types And there are a tons of different possible toppings. -Fried Ice Cream -Sorbet -Soft Serve -Freeze Dried -Original 1. The ingredients are blended 2. The mixture is pasteurized to kill bateria 3. It is homogenized to produce a consistent texture 4. The mixture is cooled and rested to blend the ingredients' falvors 5. It is flavored 6. The mixture is frozen to softserve consistency 7. Fruit or sweetened chunks are added if needed 8. The ice cream is then hardened again The first ice dessert was prepared for the Roman emperor Nero Claudius Caesar during the 1st century A.D. It was made from snow and fruit juices and other flavorings. In the 13th century, Marco Polo brought to Europe a recipe from the East for an ice dessert made with milk. The dish became very popular among the nobility, andrecipes were improved by royal chefs. The recipes eventually became known to the common people. Ice cream was introducedto the American colonies in the late 1600's -Graeter's (Cincinnati) -Herrell's Ice Cream (Northampton, Mass.) -Double Rainbow (San Francisco) -Brown's Old Fashioned Ice Cream (York, Maine) -Mary Ann's Dairy Bar (Analomink, Pa.) -Toscanini's Ice Cream (Cambridge, Mass.) -Mad Martha's Ice Cream (Vineyard Haven, Mass.) -Incredible Ices (Port Jefferson, N.Y.) -Ted Drewes' Frozen Custard (St. Louis) -Handel's Homemade Ice Cream (Youngstown, Ohio) -Of all the days of the week, most ice cream is bought on Sunday! -Kids aged 2-12 and adults over 45 eat the most ice cream! -Vanilla, chocolate, butter pecan, strawberry, and mint chocolate chip are the most popular ice cream flavors! -Chocolate syrup is the most popular ice cream topping! -The largest ice cream cake in the world weighed 12,096 pounds. -The largest ice cream scoop pyramid was made of 3,894 scoops and weighed 1,005 pounds. -The largest ice cream sandwich weighed 2,460 pounds. -The largest ice cream sundae weighed 54,914 pounds. Different types of Ice Cream What is Ice Cream? Fun Facts! By: Anjum Malique The History of Ice Cream Top 10 Best Ice Cream Shoppes How is Ice Cream made? Thanks for Watching!


Transcript: Yummy icecream! It's no accident that a popular song says "I scream" for ice cream. The very first ice cream treat on a stick was called an I Scream Bar. Ice cream goes as far back as the ancient Egyptians. The top three ice cream flavors are vanilla, chocolate and butter pecan. Kids are the biggest eaters of ice cream. Kids between the ages of 2 and 12 eat the most ice cream. Adults over 45 years old come in second National Ice Cream Day July isn't just a month to see fireworks; it is also a month to eat more ice cream. National ice Cream Month is every July. It was first celebrated in 1984. The third Sunday of July is National Ice Cream Day. Ice Cream on Bread When immigrants came to America in the 1920s, they were given free ice cream at Ellis Island to introdue them to the treat. They had no idea what ice cream was. They thought it was a frozen butter, so they spread it on bread and that's how they ate it. Ice Cream Headache Another name for an ice cream headache is "brain freeze." It's a myth that we get this pain in our head if we eat ice cream too fast. An ice cream headache actually happens because the cold ice cream touched a sensitive nerve center in the roof of our mouths. First Ice Cream Treat on a Stick The first ice cream treat on a stick, the "I-Scream Bar," was created in 1920 by a candy store owner named Christian Nelson. When a young customer couldn't decide if he wanted a chocolate bar or ice cream, Nelson put ice cream on a stick and covered it with chocolate. The rest is ice cream history. Learning How to Make Ice Cream at School The Pennsylvania State College was the first school to offer a course on how to make ice cream in 1892. The second school to offer such a course was Iowa State College in 1901 The Epsicle An 11-year-old boy named Frank Epperson got the idea for the Popsicle in 1905. He left a stick inside of his soda drink in very cold weather. The soda froze to the stick and he enjoyed this unusual treat. He didn't get around to introducing his creation to the world until many years later, though. He finally created the first "Epsicle" in 1923. It was later renamed the Popsicle. Here is funny video of how icecream is made!

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