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Lesson 21: Vision And Abstraction By Female Artists, Marie Porterfield Barry Jan 2020

Lesson 21: Vision And Abstraction By Female Artists, Marie Porterfield Barry

Art Appreciation Open Educational Resource

This lesson covers female artists including Judy Chicago, Hilma af Klint, Georgia O’Keeffe, Frida Kahlo, Remedios Varo, Agnes Martin, Louise Bourgeois, and Yayoi Kusama.


Lesson 19: The Unraveling - Abstraction In The Modern Era, Marie Porterfield Barry Jan 2020

Lesson 19: The Unraveling - Abstraction In The Modern Era, Marie Porterfield Barry

Art Appreciation Open Educational Resource

This lesson covers cubism, abstract expressionism, and minimalism. Cubism is discussed with artworks by Pablo Picasso, abstract expressionism by Jackson Pollock, Willem de Kooning, and Mark Rothko, and minimalism by Donald Judd.


Lesson 20: Soup Cans! Consumerism! Balloon Dogs! - From Andy Warhol To Jeff Koons, Marie Porterfield Barry Jan 2020

Lesson 20: Soup Cans! Consumerism! Balloon Dogs! - From Andy Warhol To Jeff Koons, Marie Porterfield Barry

Art Appreciation Open Educational Resource

This lesson covers pop art by Roy Lichtenstein, Claes Oldenburg, Andy Warhol, and Jeff Koons.


Lesson 16: What Shocks In 1863, Marie Porterfield Barry Jan 2020

Lesson 16: What Shocks In 1863, Marie Porterfield Barry

Art Appreciation Open Educational Resource

This lessons discusses Modern art with a focus on Édouard Manet.


Art Appreciation Open Educational Resource [Complete Collection Of Lessons], Marie Porterfield Barry Jan 2020

Art Appreciation Open Educational Resource [Complete Collection Of Lessons], Marie Porterfield Barry

Art Appreciation Open Educational Resource

This course explores the world’s visual arts, focusing on the development of visual awareness, assessment, and appreciation by examining a variety of styles from various periods and cultures while emphasizing the development of a common visual language. The materials are meant to foster a broader understanding of the role of visual art in human culture and experience from the prehistoric through the contemporary. This is an Open Educational Resource (OER), an openly licensed educational material designed to replace a traditional textbook.


Lesson 22: Postmodernism, Marie Porterfield Barry Jan 2020

Lesson 22: Postmodernism, Marie Porterfield Barry

Art Appreciation Open Educational Resource

This lesson covers postmodernism with a focus on artists Cindy Sherman, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring, James Turrell, Damien Hirst, Nam June Paik, Kehinde Wiley, and Bruce Nauman.


Lesson 17 Part 1: Reactions To The Modern World-Introduction And Impressionism, Marie Porterfield Barry Jan 2020

Lesson 17 Part 1: Reactions To The Modern World-Introduction And Impressionism, Marie Porterfield Barry

Art Appreciation Open Educational Resource

This lessons covers the difference between impressionism and expressionism. Impressionism is represented through artworks by Claude Monet, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Mary Cassatt, and Edgar Degas.


Lesson 11: Bosch And Other Scenes Of The Apocalypse, Marie Porterfield Barry Jan 2020

Lesson 11: Bosch And Other Scenes Of The Apocalypse, Marie Porterfield Barry

Art Appreciation Open Educational Resource

This lesson covers artworks of scenes from the apocalypse with a focus on Hieronymus Bosch’s Garden of Earthly Delights.


Lesson 14: Judith And The Heroines Of Baroque Art, Marie Porterfield Barry Jan 2020

Lesson 14: Judith And The Heroines Of Baroque Art, Marie Porterfield Barry

Art Appreciation Open Educational Resource

This lesson covers Baroque artworks by Michelangelo da Caravaggio, Artemisia Gentileschi, and Gianlorenzo Bernini.


Lesson 06: Divine Architecture, Marie Porterfield Barry Jan 2020

Lesson 06: Divine Architecture, Marie Porterfield Barry

Art Appreciation Open Educational Resource

This lesson covers divine architecture including the Ancient Greek Parthenon, Ancient Roman Pantheon, Byzantine Hagia Sophia, and Gothic Chartres Cathedral.


Lesson 12: Hans Holbein And Kerry James Marshall, Marie Porterfield Barry Jan 2020

Lesson 12: Hans Holbein And Kerry James Marshall, Marie Porterfield Barry

Art Appreciation Open Educational Resource

This lesson connects Han Holbein’s The Ambassadors to Kerry James Marshall’s School of Beauty.


Lesson 17 Part 2: Reactions To The Modern World-Post-Impressionism And Expressionism, Marie Porterfield Barry Jan 2020

Lesson 17 Part 2: Reactions To The Modern World-Post-Impressionism And Expressionism, Marie Porterfield Barry

Art Appreciation Open Educational Resource

This lessons covers the difference between impressionism and expressionism. Post-impressionism is represented through artworks by Vincent Van Gogh, Paul Gauguin, Paul Cèzanne, and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Expressionism is represented through artworks by Edvard Munch, Henri Matisse, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, and Vassily Kandinsky.


Lesson 13: Mirrors In Renaissance And Baroque Art, Marie Porterfield Barry Jan 2020

Lesson 13: Mirrors In Renaissance And Baroque Art, Marie Porterfield Barry

Art Appreciation Open Educational Resource

This lesson covers mirrors in Renaissance and Baroque artworks by Johannes Vermeer, Diego Velázquez, Parmigianino, and Rembrandt van Rijn.


Lesson 23: The Postmodern Body In Art, Marie Porterfield Barry Jan 2020

Lesson 23: The Postmodern Body In Art, Marie Porterfield Barry

Art Appreciation Open Educational Resource

This lesson covers postmodern art that incorporates the body by artists Marina Abramović, Gonzalez-Torres, Nick Cave, and Wangechi Mutu.


Lesson 01: Introduction To Art Appreciation, Marie Porterfield Barry Jan 2020

Lesson 01: Introduction To Art Appreciation, Marie Porterfield Barry

Art Appreciation Open Educational Resource

This lesson covers the elements and principles of art. Elements of art are the physical parts of the work, including line, shape, form, space, texture, value, color, and time. Principles of art are the ways in which those parts are arranged, including unity/variety, balance, contrast, emphasis, movement, rhythm, and pattern.


Lesson 08: The Renaissance, Marie Porterfield Barry Jan 2020

Lesson 08: The Renaissance, Marie Porterfield Barry

Art Appreciation Open Educational Resource

This lesson covers artworks created during the Renaissance in Europe. It begins with a preface on artworks created prior to the Renaissance that focused on Christian ideology and iconography. Artists discussed include Botticelli, Donatello, Michelangelo, Bernini, and Leonardo da Vinci.


Lesson 03: Prehistory - Our Connection To The History Of Humankind Before Text, Marie Porterfield Barry Jan 2020

Lesson 03: Prehistory - Our Connection To The History Of Humankind Before Text, Marie Porterfield Barry

Art Appreciation Open Educational Resource

This lesson covers prehistoric art from the Paleolithic and Neolithic Ages. It focuses on cave art (Pech-Merle, Chauvet-Pont-d’Arc, Lascaux) and carved figures (Woman of Willendorf) from the Paleolithic period and megalithic architecture (Stonehenge) from the Neolithic period.


Lesson 05: Ideal Beauty In The Ancient World, Marie Porterfield Barry Jan 2020

Lesson 05: Ideal Beauty In The Ancient World, Marie Porterfield Barry

Art Appreciation Open Educational Resource

This lesson covers ideal beauty in the ancient world by discussing related art and architecture from Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece, and Rome.


Lesson 07: The History Of Blue, Marie Porterfield Barry Jan 2020

Lesson 07: The History Of Blue, Marie Porterfield Barry

Art Appreciation Open Educational Resource

This lesson covers the history of Lapis Lazuli and Tyrian Purple in art and architecture.


Lesson 04: Death And Mourning In The Prehistoric And Ancient World, Marie Porterfield Barry Jan 2020

Lesson 04: Death And Mourning In The Prehistoric And Ancient World, Marie Porterfield Barry

Art Appreciation Open Educational Resource

This lesson covers death and mourning in the prehistoric and ancient world by discussing related art and architecture including, but not limited to, Varna Necropolis, The Flood Tablet / The Gilgamesh Tablet, Ziggurat in Uruk, Royal Tombs of Ur, Great Pyramids of Giza, Tomb of King Tutankhamun, and Book of the Dead of Hunefer.


Lesson 09: Michelangelo- From High Renaissance To Mannerism, Marie Porterfield Barry Jan 2020

Lesson 09: Michelangelo- From High Renaissance To Mannerism, Marie Porterfield Barry

Art Appreciation Open Educational Resource

This lesson covers artworks created between the High Renaissance and Mannerism with a focus on Michelangelo.


Lesson 18: On The Dada Of Art Versus The Dada Of War, Marie Porterfield Barry Jan 2020

Lesson 18: On The Dada Of Art Versus The Dada Of War, Marie Porterfield Barry

Art Appreciation Open Educational Resource

This lesson covers Dada with a focus on artists Hugo Ball, Marcel Duchamp, Hannah Höch and surrealism with a focus on artists Meret Oppenheim, Man Ray, Salvador Dali.


Lesson 15: Fragonard Through The French Revolution, Marie Porterfield Barry Jan 2020

Lesson 15: Fragonard Through The French Revolution, Marie Porterfield Barry

Art Appreciation Open Educational Resource

This lessons covers Rococo artworks by Jean-Honoré Fragonard and Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun and Neoclassical artworks by Jacques Louis David.


Lesson 02: Elements And Principles, Marie Porterfield Barry Jan 2020

Lesson 02: Elements And Principles, Marie Porterfield Barry

Art Appreciation Open Educational Resource

This lesson covers the elements and principles of art. Elements of art are the physical parts of the work, including line, shape, form, space, texture, value, color, and time. Principles of art are the ways in which those parts are arranged, including unity/variety, balance, contrast, emphasis, movement, rhythm, and pattern.


Lesson 10: The Northern Renaissance And Arnolfini Double Portrait, Marie Porterfield Barry Jan 2020

Lesson 10: The Northern Renaissance And Arnolfini Double Portrait, Marie Porterfield Barry

Art Appreciation Open Educational Resource

This lesson covers artworks created during the Northern Renaissance with a focus on Jan van Eyck’s Arnolfini Double Portrait.


Lesson 24: Converging Histories - The Global Art World, Marie Porterfield Barry Jan 2020

Lesson 24: Converging Histories - The Global Art World, Marie Porterfield Barry

Art Appreciation Open Educational Resource

This lesson covers contemporary artists that incorporate artistic traditions specific to the histories of various geographic regions including Mariko Mori, Ai Weiwei, Raqib Shaw, Shirin Neshat, Muzaffar 'Ali, Takashi Murakami, El Anatsui.


Blaze, Meg Roussos Dec 2019

Blaze, Meg Roussos

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

The photographer discusses her work in “BLAZE,” a Master of Fine Arts thesis exhibit held at the Tipton Gallery from September 16th through October 4th, 2019. The exhibition consists of 11 archival inkjet prints, two photographic artist books, a nine-channel video installation, representing the artist’s exploration of how to experience the landscape. Using non-traditional approaches to photographic imagery, experimental exhibition layout, the artist forms questions around themes of walking and landscape. The artist investigates sculptural land art installations represented through photographic documentation. A catalog of the exhibit is included at the end of this thesis.

Roussos examines formal and ...


M0mentary Lapses, Alice Salyer May 2019

M0mentary Lapses, Alice Salyer

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

The artist discusses her Master of Fine Arts exhibition Momentary Lapses, held at Tipton Gallery, February 25-March 8, 2019. The mixed media works and video examine the intersections between digital, somatic and societal decay through the mediation of the digital image by physical anthropogenic efforts.

Themes in the work include glitch art and theory, entropy, memory, decay, and loss. Contemporary American society’s desensitization associated with the oversaturation of digital imagery is discussed, as well as Guy Debord’s theory of the Spectacle, and the artistic practices of Kurt Schwitters and Robert Rauschenberg.


Duik Bassel In Usage In After Effects And An Animated Short Film, Kennedy L. Galpin May 2019

Duik Bassel In Usage In After Effects And An Animated Short Film, Kennedy L. Galpin

Undergraduate Honors Theses

This thesis was made with the goal of creating a 2D short film in the end, with mainly using a program that is not normally used for character animation: Adobe After Effects. With the usage of an originally French plugin called DuIK Bassel (v16.0.9), I was able to create a model in Adobe Photoshop and then put it into After Effects. When the files were imported, the plugin would then assist in the rigging process, wherein I would be able to create the character’s rig and make the 2D model within the program. This document discusses the ...


Experience And Awareness Of Musculoskeletal Disorders Among Etsu Student And Faculty Visual Artists, Chelsea Getchell May 2019

Experience And Awareness Of Musculoskeletal Disorders Among Etsu Student And Faculty Visual Artists, Chelsea Getchell

Undergraduate Honors Theses

Musculoskeletal disorders are a chronic and debilitating issue; these injuries can result in pain and disability that affect daily life and the ability to work in certain careers. Visual artists are no exception to this reality. However, reliable research is scarce regarding this population. The purpose of this study is to examine the level of experience and awareness of visual artists regarding the subject of musculoskeletal disorders and ergonomics within their chosen career field. The methods employed for this paper involved a survey where participants answered questions about workplace ergonomics, movements, and experience of muscle pains. Further indications of research ...