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Translated Vase, Yee, Sookyung, 2009, From the collection of: Korean Art Museum Association
Throughout this project, it is clearly evident that there isn't a specific SHAPE to the piece. There is one unique shape created with the use of ovals and circular moldings of ceramic pieces.
Bichrome amphora, Unknown, c. 950 BC - 600 BC, From the collection of: Maryhill Museum of Art
The multiple detailed LINES throughout this piece adds detail to the vase. Because there appears to be many different styles of lines, beginning on one side of the vase ending on the other.
Spouted vessel with strap handle in the form of a seated man with a moustache and small goatee, Middle Nasca, A.D. 100 - 300, From the collection of: Princeton University Art Museum
The FORM of this piece of artwork appears to be very awkward. Although the three-dimensional forms that are included in this work of art are spherical to make it appear like a spherical teapot.
Grayson Perry: Revenge of the Alison Girls, 2000, Grayson Perry, 2000, From the collection of: Mudam Luxembourg - Musée d’Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean
In this work of art by Grayson Perry, the VALUE of the light and dark hues in the vase are explicitly revealed. Gold as the light hue, and then blue/black as the dark hue.
Translated Vase, Yee, Sookyung, 2009, From the collection of: Korean Art Museum Association
This piece of art by Yee, shows different forms of SPACE. Where the artwork is placed is the space that is taken up by the art. Then, the space around the piece of art is the negative space included.
OCTAGONAL JAR, Porcelain with design of peony and camellia in overglaze enamels, unknown, Edo period, second half of the17th century - Edo period, second half of the17th century, From the collection of: The Museum of Oriental Ceramics, Osaka
In this piece of art, the COLOR expressed in the vase is clearly evident. In the vase the light color is white to make the brighter colors, in this case red and green, stand out.
Lidded effigy container in the form of a diving god, Maya, 1300/1550, From the collection of: Princeton University Art Museum
This work of art by Maya, is clearly evident to have a rough TEXTURE. Many vases or ceramic works of art have smooth textures because they are normally smoothed out before getting fired. This one is rough
Sound Tree-The Happy Tree in Jinshan, Sung, Dong Hun, 2011, From the collection of: Korean Art Museum Association
This beautiful porcelain tree can be seen at the Korean Art Museum Association. This tree is seen to be a normal tree with wind bells on every branch emitting rhythmic sound in the wind.
Lobed Vase, Celadon, Unknown, Goryeo, 12th century, From the collection of: National Museum of Korea
This "Lobed Vase" expresses symmetrical BALANCE. It expresses symmetrical balance because it isn't oddly shaped or awkwardly molded. If it were oddly shaped it would appear to be more of an asymmetrical work of art.
Centaur figurine, Unknown, "early 7th c. BC" - "", From the collection of: Museum of Cycladic Art
This "horse-man" is very unique because it has EMPHASIS.The body seems to be the horse and the man. But the head is obviously the head of a horse. In this piece the many different shapes and sizes to create the "horse-man" are very evident.
Ballad singer, Unknown, 3th century AD - 3th century AD, From the collection of: Museo d'Arte Orientale
This piece of art work expresses awkward body PROPORTION. When looking at the piece the awkward body proportion is clearly evident. The mans lower body is sitting on the pedestal and his upper body/torso appears to be stretched out from his lower body.
Taking a Lesson from the Past -Taking a Lesson from the Past 2007, Kang, Yong Meon, 2007, From the collection of: Korean Art Museum Association
This piece of artwork by Kang, has a lot of HARMONY within it. It has similar elements combined to have a similar idea or message on the artwork. It is also achieved by doing so in subtle and gradual changes.
Nazca Vessel, Unknown maker, 100 B.C. - 200 A.D., From the collection of: Huntington Museum of Art
This piece is unknown. It's a teapot (vessel) in the shape of a bird. This unique piece of artwork has VARIETY throughout the whole piece. It expresses VARIETY because when viewing the artwork it is obvious that there are multiple colors, shapes, and sizes; especially the beak.
Smiling Figure, Unknown, 7th–8th century, From the collection of: The Metropolitan Museum of Art
This artwork is unknown. In this piece there is a lot of MOVEMENT perceived in this. It appears to be that the "person" is moving or waving, with a smile on his face.
Santa Cruz red-on-buff jar: zig-zag pattern, 850–950 C.E., From the collection of: Dallas Museum of Art
This piece of artwork has one specific PATTERN. It is a zig-zag pattern that is repeated all through the clay sculpture. The artwork is explicitly detailed with small yet big zig-zags.
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