Appreciating The Art Of Painting|| Art Appreciation|| Yam Heam


Hello, everyone for this episode we're going to tackle about appreciating the art of painting when Vincent mango was not able to sleep? Well, one night he went out of the house and sat on a hill, overlooking the village. The night was rained, and the village lay down free from any form of disturbance. But the attention of the Dutch painter was captivated by the beauty of the stars that twinkled above the patches of forms and dots of houses. He wanted to hold forever. The beauty that he saw. He rushed.

Downhill in the few minutes that the laps came back, bringing his brush, palette paint and canvas. He painted what is celebrated today as starry night. It is one of the humanities sources of inspiration. And the devotion that leads the American singer and composer don Jacklin to compose the song bin sent. So what is painting it is an art by applying colors to a surface to preset, an object imagined or real basic materials of painting are paint canvas, wood, paper and brush. Now let's talk about the.

Mediums of painting. So first we have the water color as the word suggests, it is a combination of coloring materials and water. It is the most commonly used medium of painting, particularly among school children because it is easy to use and available even in the small sari sari store. Next is the oil. One characteristic of oil painting is.

It is a glossy product that slowly dries to give the painter, a chance to do some corrections of his art. Another we have the tempera. It is one of the old mediums that. Persisted through the aegis, it was well-used before oil was adapted.

Its mineral coloring is a mixture of egg, yolks and ore this medium is usually applied to a wooden panel that is made better plain with plaster called Esso. Next is the pastel. This is a stick paste made of powdered pigment. It looks like a crayon, and it is applied like a crayon, although it is very easy to avail and very easy to use. It did not attract the attention of the artist because its finished product is difficult to preserve. Next is the fresco. It is taken from the word fresh the art of painting on fresh plaster this medium flourished in the 15th and 16th centuries, Michelangelo's system chapel and Leonardo da Vinci's.

Last supper are examples of fresco painting. And lastly is the acrylic. It is a paint which adhesive element is acrylic reason, contemporary artists use it because of its quick drying characteristic. Its good quality is that it preserves the freshness of the art through the long years. So those are the.

Mediums of painting next is the art elements of a painting like other elements of arts, painting has also elements of its own, which we are going to discuss briefly. Knowing them is a prerequisite in appreciating and creating this particular form of art. First we have the distance there are three distances to look for in a painting. The part of the painting closest to the viewer is called the foreground. The middle ground is the part between the foreground. And the background, the furthest is called the.

Background, it is important to train yourself to look at each of these distances one after the other consecutively in this way you as the viewer will be able to take notice of and see things that you might have missed in the initial viewing of the painting. Next is the color artists use colors to convey feelings in moods within their painting. They can create a cheerful mood by placing bright colors next to each other. They can create a calm or gentle mood by placing soft colors alongside each other.

Basically colors can be divided into warm and cool colors, warm colors includes red, orange and yellow. While the cool colors are blue, green and violet. It is interesting to notice which colors the artists use which one stands out. And how colors make you feel as you view, the fainting when complementary colors, the blue and orange red and green yellow and purple are used alongside each other. They intensify each other and look extra bright the artists also use black to tone down colors or shades. And.

White to lighten them up or tints. Next is the light painters spend a lot of time studying the way light falls. They often experiment with light in their paintings, simulating natural light, or using hidden spotlights to let you focus your attention on what they want you to notice in the faint theme, light affects the color of the subject and objects in the painting to let it look real and solid.

If the artist shows the way light falls on them using of light in darkness, also conveys particular moods. In a painting, it is important to look for the light sources in the painting and describe the effect on the appearance of the subjects and on the overall mood. It communicates. Next is the line, artists use various types of lines like diagonal, curve vertical and horizontal to express ideas and feelings in their paintings, be sure to look for various lines in a painting and note where they are. And what they seem to convey. Next is the shapes.

An artist uses shapes to express ideas. They may be circles. Triangles, rectangles, orals or squares when arranged close together, they help add energy to a painting when placed far apart. They look more serene. It is interesting to find both small and large shapes in a painting counting.

How many you find from each and noting the similarities they may possess. Next is the composition artists seriously plan how they will arrange elements like color line and shapes in their paintings. This is called composition. Some artists make a master plan before they, actually. Begin the painting others plan as they go deciding how to arrange things as they paint, the composition helps to draw the viewer's eyes into the picture and guides him or her as he or she walks through the painting, a composition is often likened to an invisible skeleton that holds the painting together. Next is the perspective through perspective, artists, convey three-dimensional space perspective makes a flat picture. Look three-dimensional.

And it has depth how an artist layers, the three distances. Of foreground middle ground in background is one way he or she creates perspective to create deeper space. An artist may make parallel lines come together to give the effect of distance. The artist may make the objects in the background smaller lighter in color or less detailed. Lastly is the symbols artists typically include symbolic objects in their paintings, a symbol can be defined as something which has a special meaning or a special message. Artists use them to express such ideas as life. Death hope and faith in god, a painting may have hidden meanings within it as expressed in the symbols.

The artist uses, for example, the sunflower in van Gogh's paintings represents ideas of the sun, the south and the hope in paintings by bandit, the sunflowers symbolize, the king. Charles the first next is the styles and paintings. A painting is called abstract when the painter does not show the subject as it appears in reality.

The artist shows only thought and feelings at first sight of the painting. The meaning is not easily recognized other abstract painters present the figures in some recognizable forms, but they are presented in a misshapen manner. There are various types of abstracts, which we are going to discuss briefly. First. We have the distortion. This is a kind of abstract which natural form or condition is twisted or distorted.

There is a misshapen look of the picture presented. Another is the elongation the character or the object being painted is elongated or extended. This is to.

Emphasize a certain purpose of the painter, the resurrection by IL GREC, for instance, applied this style to mean that spirit and not the soul goes to heaven. Next is the cubism. It is an abstractionism that is stressed through the use of some geometrical shapes, such as cylindrical triangular spherical and other forms at the expense of the other pictorial elements. And lastly is the mangling. The object is presented as cut lacerated mutilated or hacked. This is not really used kind of obstructionism. Another styles in paintings is the expressionism.

This was a European method that flourished in the first decade of the 20th century in this method. The artist has a freedom to consider his personal style in presenting his subject, or expressing his thought or feeling. There are many ways in achieving the method of expression.

First is the symbolism. A symbolism is a thing or a single that stands for another thing applying dub, for instance, stands for freedom. In painting, the subject is not visible a.

Sign or an emblem represents it. Next is it is a kind of style or movement in painting that is characterized by a thick. Pigment cubism is usually used to express a feeling of joy, comfort or pleasure through extremely bright colors. A phobia are too much concerned on the brightness of the colors bang gook. Starry night is example of next is the die sim.

The word Dada is a prince word, meaning booby horse. It is a protest movement against the traditional outbound arts and evils in society. The dice. Artist tries to start outrage to undermine faith and dependence to an established institution.

Next is realism a style in presenting art by fantastic or incongruous imagery produced by unnatural combinations. Surreal means intense irrationality or beyond natural. In other words, surrealism pictures out image in a form of a dream. And lastly is the futurism it pictures out something in the future like movies, such as Star Wars time, machine and terminator. The same thing is portrayed in paintings. It. Exalts success in technology, subject includes supersonic, trains jet, modern houses and anything that relates to the importance of modernization.

So that's all for this episode. And here are our references I'm. Your teacher me leaving this message of Robert Henry. Art appreciation like love cannot be done by proxy. It is a very personal affair and is necessary to each individual. Thank you so much.

Dated : 05-Apr-2022

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