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Beauty as an Experience of Life
Beauty as an Experience of Life is a faux museum exhibit that addresses the use of photography as a means of recording and preserving memories from our personal lives. It emphasizes the development of the Kodak Camera in ...
Edward Steichen's Influence on the Value of Photography
The author examines how photography has been elevated from science to an art form through the photographer's talent and skill in creative processes, following the life and career of Steichen, who was one of the 20th century ...
Piety, Purity, and the Public : Views of the Art Museum, Past and Present
The creation of the public art museum in Western European society was simply a change in the way a culture viewed art. Since the creation of the public art museum, art in Western society has changed what was an exclusively ...
A Woman's Prerogative : Female Painters in 16th and 17th Century Italy and the Netherlands
The author reviews the life and work of six women : Levina Teerlinc, Maria van Oosterwyck, Fede Galizia, Artemisia Gentileschi, Lavinia Fontana, and Sofonisba Anguissola. She concludes that these six incredible, passionate ...
More Than Vision : The Works of Three Blind Artists
The author discusses the experience of the blind with visual arts and reviews the life and work of American sculptor Michael Naranjo, photographers David Plakke and Tim Vallender, and Turkish painter Esref Armagan.
The author describes her experience as intern with an interior design firm in Ann Arbor, Michigan and combines that with research into sustainable architectural design and the the LEED certification program.
Perceiving Identity : Marie Antoinette as Monarch, Matron, Mother
The problem with any artistic endeavor, the artist knows, is that once art enters the realm of the viewer, it becomes the vision of the particular viewer and not the vision or intention of the artist. When the object ...
Another Side : A Photography Senior Individualized Project
The "8x10" view camera takes the idea of having a small screen on which to compose your image and increases it greatly. While shooting with the large format camera what you see on the screen is what you get. There is no ...
Kite Aerial Photography : Defamiliarization Through Distance
All of these photographs were taken with a kite from 50-300 feet (approx. 15-91 meters) above the ground. The weight of the rig and camera and the nature of kite flying necessitated the presence of 15-25 mph winds (approx. ...
In describing her senior photography exhibit, the author writes “after adjusting to the fact that no images of humans would be taken during my visits with an Amish family in northern Michigan, I found that there is still ...