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Art Appreciation Lesson

I am art! Element of Art: Line
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Jessica Ridley

on 7 October 2012

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Transcript of Art Appreciation Lesson

The story of art Elements of art:
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1A - Miss Ridley What is art? Hello!
I am art. I may be more than
40 000 years old. But I've changed a lot... I will last forever. "The physical impossibility of death in the mind of someone living." -Damien Hurst, 1991 And perish quickly.... Snow and stone arch
- Andy Goldsworthy, 1986 I can be fun! And confusing... And colourful! I may even make you curious. Although sometimes I mock myself... Other times I'm
quite serious. I can show you the world... and many different
cultures. I can be seemingly ordinary... or any everyday objects. I could be something crazy. Or something incredibly beautiful. I can be 3D... or abstract. Landscapes... or portraits. The truth is... we've met before. You were younger than four. Great Sphinx of Giza (2558 - 2532 BC) Christopher Haines "Waterfall" - M.C. Escher 1961 Ross Burden, 2007 E.L.O. by Christian Partos "The Thinker" - Auguste Rodin, 1902 Eugene von Guerard 1877 - 1879 Sculptures by the sea "Starry Night" - Vincent van Gogh, 1889 "Untitled" - Maurizio Cattelan, 2000 "Baba tagwa mask" - Papua New Guinea Gino Dominic Nardo "Self portrait" - Vincent van Gogh, 1886-1887
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