Eastern Mindsets

Let's use art to explore ways in which the other half of the world sees religion, thought, and nature.  This can serve as a window into a different mindset and way we might live our own.  

Wonder: What do you imagine is hanging from the branches? If i told you they were poems, imagine what it is you think they might say based off the mood of this painting.
What feelings do you get from the image? Is there a mood or tone?
What do you notice? What do you recognize? Any connections you can make within this image and what we are currently studying?
What does the image make you wonder about? What more do you want to know? What questions would you ask if the author were sitting right here?
This is a very abstract painting. What do the color choices suggest about the mood? What emotions do you think the woman is feeling in this picture? What makes you think she feels this way?
I will zoom in on the incredible detail of this mandala. What are you most impressed by? What do you suppose a mandala is after studying this work of art?
What elements of this shrine show that we are in a very different place from America? What elements of their architecture don't exist in our country?
What does the angle of the light seem to add to this picture? Was this intentional?
What elements of all the arms of this Dancing Ganapati stand out most to you? Why do you connect with this element most?
Give info on- Yamaga Lantern What does this sort of work say about the artist? How about their culture as a whole?
What do you notice? What do you recognize? What does the image make you wonder about? What is the artist trying to express about nature?
Heavy emphasis on mood: What feelings do you get from this image? Is there a mood or tone? Why do you think this is the mood? What is the artist trying to express about nature?
Why did the artist choose to lay his/her artwork out in this format? What do the panels emphasize? Does the mood shift from panel to panel? What is the artist trying to express about nature?
How is this tiger depicted from versions you might have seen when you were younger? What does this choice show about the culture and views of this animal? What do you think the tiger symbolizes?
What do you notice? What do you recognize? What does this image remind you of? What is going on and what other meanings could there be? What more do you want to know?
Do the full perceive chart on this piece of art as there is so much hidden in here.
This is an abstract piece called "Self-Discipline" What do you notice? Why do you suppose the artist chose a ladder to represent this topic? What more is added? How might this connect to our story?
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