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Sunday, May 26

  1. page CLAES OLDENBURG edited ... Claes Oldenburg Imagine walking down the street and all of a sudden, you see a giant shovel s…
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    Claes Oldenburg
    Imagine walking down the street and all of a sudden, you see a giant shovel sticking out of the ground! Now of course that’s not something you see everyday, but Claes Oldenburg is no ordinary artist. This Sweden born, American artist creates amazing pop art sculptures that can really catch someone’s attention. These one of-a-kind sculptures are usually of everyday objects made of different materials. Some examples are: Clothespin, Spoonbridge and Cherry, Architect’s Handkerchief, and Plantior. There are many other sculptures and drawings by Claes Oldenburg, those are just a few examples. As of 1976, Claes Oldenburg has worked in a partnership with another sculptor named Coojse van Bruggen. They both create large soft sculptures together.
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    is January 18,28, 1929. He
    In 1977, Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen were married. They have continued their artistic collaboration for over 25 years. Both American citizens, Oldenburg and van Bruggen's work reflects a creative sensibility that is informed by their native countries of origin, their distinct educational and professional histories, and their individual personalities.
    Many of Oldenburg’s sculptures were made with stainless steel. Most of his sculptures are over 10 feet tall. Many of his objects are at an interesting angle and they make you look at it a second time. Coosje van Bruggen and Claes Oldenburg are creative and original sculptors.
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Wednesday, November 3

Thursday, September 30

  1. page Emily edited This is by pablo picasso {http://www.popartuk.com/g/l/lgap599+old-guitarist-1903-4-pablo-picasso-…
    This is by pablo picasso {http://www.popartuk.com/g/l/lgap599+old-guitarist-1903-4-pablo-picasso-poster.jpg} {http://knowledgenews.net/images/picasso_boy_with_a_pipe.jpg}
    {http://knowledgenews.net/images/picasso_boy_with_a_pipe.jpg}

    source: http://www.better-digital-photos.com/image-files/sketch-after.jpg
    {http://www.artquotes.net/masters/picasso/picasso_marie1937.jpg} Element- Line: This is another of many paintings by Pablo Picasso and this particular one represents the element line. The lines show the pattern in her outfit and even the lines in her hair
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Sunday, September 26

  1. page Yuqian edited ... Shape Pablo Picasso was a cubist, or that he uses cubism in his paintings. Cubism is an early…
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    Shape
    Pablo Picasso was a cubist, or that he uses cubism in his paintings. Cubism is an early 20th century style and movement in art, which a one-point perspective is abandoned and it’s created using simple geometric shaped and interlocking planes. I chose Picasso to show the art element shape because he invented cubism. This painting, The Three Musicians shows the element in art because it’s a cubist painting. It’s made up of different shapes and composed together to make the painting.
    {picasso_3musicians.jpg} this this picture was
    http://www.artquotes.net/masters/picasso/picasso_3musicians.jpg
    Color
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  2. page Yuqian edited ... Paul Gustave Dore was born on January 6, 1832. He was a French painter and printmaker. His fir…
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    Paul Gustave Dore was born on January 6, 1832. He was a French painter and printmaker. His first illustrated story was published at age 15. He began work in Paris, France by working as literary illustrator. Then in 1853, he was asked to illustrate the works of Lord Byron. Because of the success of Dore’s English Bible, he had a major exhibition of his works in London, which led to the foundation of publishers of Grand & Co. that involved working in London three months a year. He was paid 10,000 a year. He book, London: A Pilgrimage was published in 1872 with 180 engravings. The book was a financial successty that existed in London. Nonetheless, he went on publishing more books Thomas Hood and Milton’s Paradise. He continued publishing more books until his death in 1883.
    I chose Paul Gustave Dore to represent lines because he used only lines on his prints. His prints incorporated lines of all sorts, such as vertical, horizontal, diagonal, curves, and zigzag. His prints also included lines of different widths and textures. He incorporated all aspects of the art concept of line into his works, and his artworks became a great success.
    an he was gay...
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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Doré_-_Vivien_Pa_II.jpg
    Shape
    Pablo Picasso was a cubist, or that he uses cubism in his paintings. Cubism is an early 20th century style and movement in art, which a one-point perspective is abandoned and it’s created using simple geometric shaped and interlocking planes. I chose Picasso to show the art element shape because he invented cubism. This painting, The Three Musicians shows the element in art because it’s a cubist painting. It’s made up of different shapes and composed together to make the painting.
    {picasso_3musicians.jpg} this picture was painted by the famous george coleman.
    http://www.artquotes.net/masters/picasso/picasso_3musicians.jpg
    Color
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  3. page Yuqian edited Line ... a financial success but he was criticized because critics said his works were too focu…
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    a financial success but he was criticized because critics said his works were too focused on the povertysuccessty that existed
    I chose Paul Gustave Dore to represent lines because he used only lines on his prints. His prints incorporated lines of all sorts, such as vertical, horizontal, diagonal, curves, and zigzag. His prints also included lines of different widths and textures. He incorporated all aspects of the art concept of line into his works, and his artworks became a great success.
    an he was gay...
    {225px-Doré_-_Vivien_Pa_II.jpg}
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Doré_-_Vivien_Pa_II.jpg
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Thursday, September 9

  1. page Taylor edited ... Line Line is a long narrow mark or band that can help show value. There are different types o…
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    Line
    Line is a long narrow mark or band that can help show value. There are different types of lines like diagonal, horizontal, and vertical. You can use line for techniques like hatching and showing texture. In this picture, texture and value are both shown.
    {TigerSketchJan06.jpg} amazingly realistic
    This picture is from http://www.lathamstudios.com/rebeccasblog/blog/wp-content/images/TigerSketchJan06.jpg
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Friday, September 3

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