The Hallucinogenic Toreador Painting Report
Assignment ID Number AFFGEHU83939HD Type of Document Essay Writing Format APA/MLA/Harvard Academic Level Masters/University References/Sources 4 References
The Hallucinogenic Toreador Painting Report
For this assignment, you will visit a virtual art museum and engage in a formal analysis of a selected artwork, considering the work as primary source. By formal analysis, I am asking you to consider the artwork’s visual attributes as they relate to the formal elements and principles of design (listed on page 48). In addition to the visual elements, you will discuss the artist’s choice of medium.
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HOW TO PREPARE FOR THIS ASSIGNMENT You will use and apply concepts learned in Module 2 in Canvas and Part 1 of the textbook (starting on page 48). Before completing this essay, review pages 44-45 and pages 178-180 of the textbook.
FORMAT AND SUBMISSION GUIDELINES:
1-Part One of the Museum Report should be at least 4 full pages in length, no less than 1200 words. Include a word count at the bottom of your essay.
2-Although I am calling this essay a “part” or a “stage” of a writing process, do NOT submit a draft. You are expected to submit a fully complete essay for both Part One and Part Two, with clearly developed introduction and conclusion paragraphs for each stage.
INSTRUCTIONS A work of art is the product of the dynamic interrelationships between the various art elements and principles. As you analyze the artwork, ask yourself why the artist made such choices. By considering the formal elements and principles of design involved, you can make yourself look more closely at the work of art, and thus understand more fully the artist’s intended vision, as well as noticing how the work reflects the time and place from whence it came.
- Formal Analysis (this section should be the “meat” of your paper): Find any work of art in the museum that interests you. You will engage in a thorough visual analysis of that work. There should be no need to consult outside sources for the content of your paper. Reflect directly on the work using the material you have learned from the course. Follow the guidelines below.
1- Identify the work fully (artist name if known, title if available, time period or date, medium, dimensions or approximate dimensions).
2- Provide a brief description of the subject matter of the work.
3- Analyze, describe, and discuss the work in terms of three (3) formal elements of art
4-Analyze, describe, and discuss the works’ composition using three (3) principles of design.
IMPORTANT: It is expected that the analysis of the work’s formal elements and principles of design be the most in-depth and therefore most time should be spent on this section. You must demonstrate your understanding of the concepts learned in the course by utilizing appropriate course vocabulary within your analysis. Please use precise terminology associated with the elements and principles chosen. Failure to do so will result in a reduced grade. Consult the chapters and course material from Module 2.
Spend a good amount of time looking at the work and taking notes. It is helpful to provide the reader with an overall picture of the work you are describing. You may find it useful to pretend you are describing the work to someone who cannot see, but must create an impression of the work based solely on your words. Clearly and articulately analyze and describe the formal elements and principles of design that you see in the work. There may be many, but be selective and try to determine the most significant elements of composition. Remember to utilize key terms from the textbook associated with the specific elements/principles chosen.
Is the work non-objective, representational, figurative, or abstract? Note that a work of art can fall into more than one of these categories. Please explain fully and in a way that demonstrates you have a correct understanding of the term(s) as it relates to our course content.
- Discussion of Medium: Examine your artwork further by discussing the medium used and the artist’s technique and application of materials. Is the object two- or three-dimensional? What limitations, if any, might the chosen medium create for the artist? Below are some further questions to consider, depending on the type of medium employed. See Part Two of your textbook (Media & Processes) for further information on art materials and media.
Painting: How did the type of paint affect the strokes the artist could make? Was it fresco, oil, tempera, or watercolor? Was it a fast-drying paint that allowed little time to make changes? What kind of textures and lines was the artist able to create with this medium? Does it lend a shiny or flat look? How durable was the medium? Does the work look the same today as when the artist painted it?
Drawing: Consider the materials utilized: metal point, chalk, charcoal, graphite, crayon, pastel, ink, and wash. Is the artist able to make controlled strokes with this medium? Would the tool create a thick or thin, defined or blurred line? Was the drawing intended to be a work of art in itself, or is it a study for another work, a peek into the artist’s creative process?
Printmaking: What is the process the artist undertook to create this work? Did he or she need to carve or etch? Did the medium require a steady hand? Strength or patience?
Photography: What is the process the artist undertook to create this work? Is it an example of early photography or more recent processes? Is it created from digital, film or other processes? Documentary? Staged?
Sculpture: Is the sculpture high or low relief, or can we see it in the round? What challenges did the material present to the artist? Was the work created through a subtractive process or an additive one? What tools did the artist use to create the form? Is your work created from constructing or assembling things together?
Craft: Is it made of fiber, textile, ceramics, metalwork, glass, etc? Is the art object considered craft or fine art? Why? Can works of fine art be utilitarian, in your opinion?
Alternative media and processes: Is your work a video, sound art, interactive, a work of conceptual art or even a performance piece? How does it differ from traditional works of art? Did you encounter the actual work itself, or is it documentation of an event or a time-based piece? Do you find it easier or more difficult to apply a formal analysis to this type of work? Explain.
III. Interpretation: This is the part of the paper where you go beyond description and offer a conclusion and your own informed opinion about the work.
Consider how the formal aspects of the work and the subject matter work together to produce significant meaning.
How did the artist’s choice of materials and medium affect its message and reception?
What questions does the work raise or leave you with, if any? Is it possible to make a reasoned statement about the artist’s aim?
Describe your personal reaction to the work. Did a visual analysis change your first reaction and interpretation of the work?
In addition to the above, include the following somewhere within your essay:
Which museum did you attend?
What is the basic organization of the museum’s collections? Discuss your personal overall impression of the experience itself, the museum, the exhibitions and their presentation.
Do not forget to include your “Proof of Attendance” (screenshot of the work within the virtual museum).
The Hallucinogenic Toreador Painting Report
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