Artists

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  • Artist

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    While this topic is very broad and have so many careers for an artist, I will only focus on the artist majors that are most frequently attended at universities. Artist is the most creative and free-willing career because it all depends on the person. Artist careers are: Fashion, Animation, motion picture, performing arts, Architecture, physical design, Interior Designer, Fine Arts, Graphic Designers, Multimedia Artists, Painting, and Sculpting. Similar to construction, every artist’s career is completely

  • Artist

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    Upon first glance of this image, a large shark is displayed that is enclosed in a rectangular tunnel-like space. It is unclear where exactly this space is located, however it is most likely not in an aquarium because the space is too small and there are no other fish, marine-like organisms, or marine characteristics around the shark. The shark is probably dead and preserved to be up on display because of the way his mouth is open and because of the white paneling surrounding the space he is confined

  • Digital Artists

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    Digital Artists When we think of artists, we think of paint on canvas, or clay masterpieces, or beautiful, timeless drawings, but what do you think when you hear digital artists? The acceptance of digital art into the mainstream art community is a controversy that is slowly becoming history. The controversy is essentially that many people believe that the art is created by the computer, and not by the artist. Numerous art exhibits and shows do not allow digital art in just for that reason. This

  • Sketch Artists

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    Donald Duck. But what they don’t realize is that some sketches are actually very helpful in criminal cases. Some cases have actually been solved because of this key factor. When a crime is committed, and witnesses are present, they rely on a sketch artist to reconstruct the perpetrator’s face. In some cases, law enforcement is saved valuable time looking for the criminal because of this technique. Throughout history there have been many forms, and styles of drawing. From the cavemen in the Stone Age

  • The Artist And The Art

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    The Artist and the Art The history of art dates back to ancient times. Artwork can be, and was, found around the world. What makes art interesting is that it can be created in any way, shape or form with any materials. It seems that the artwork can also tell us a lot about the artist. Art seems to be simply, a direct, visual reflection of the artist’s life. Therefore, one can assume that an artist’s life experiences and beliefs directly influence their art. If we look at examples from different

  • THE QUINTESSENTIAL ARTIST

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    dangerous, insatiable and destructive. Time must not allow it to fester alone and change into uncontrollable urges; it must be shaped and molded to produce mastery for if not, one becomes consumed by sheer emotion and they succumb to the abyss. Artists (either consciously or subconsciously) acknowledge the abyss and carefully curb passion and bend it to their will in order to produce. Art is representation of human nature. It tries to capture the very essence of humanity behind ink, paper, paint

  • The Life of an Artist

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    The Life of Hans Holbein The life of Hans Holbein is characterized by his years spent painting, teaching, and being an internationally famous artist. Hans Holbein was a multitalented individual who worked as a painter, drafts man and designer. Descended from a family of artists, he trained in his father's studio. After training at his father studio he worked in Basel on portraits, house decorations and wood cuts. Becoming a teacher at the painter’s guild he went on to craft altarpieces and also designed

  • the kill artist

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    Modern Middle East As the Middle East peace negotiations putter along, Daniel Silva's fictional book, The Kill Artist, could not be timelier. The story is a country-hopping cat-and-mouse game between two master assassins, one Palestinian, one Israeli. The story begins with the assassination of an Israeli ambassador in Paris, pulled off by Tariq, a master Palestinian assassin. Rumors of Tariq's plans to disrupt the ongoing peace talks reach Ari Shamron, head of the Mossad, Israel's intelligence

  • Incandescent Artist

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    “The mind of an artist, in order to achieve the prodigious effort of freeing whole and entire work that is in him [no particular gender], must be incandescent” (Woolf 56). It is important for fiction writers to remain anonymous in every way possible, even androgynous. The reason for this is to keep their work free of bias in general, and the opposite sex. This includes keeping their opinions hidden, so that they can get their overall point across. It allows the audience an opportunity to form their

  • Emerging Artists

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    Emerging Artists The American concert attending population has more power now then any other generation before them. Technology has put little unknown bands on the fast track to be headliners at intimate rock shows across our fair nation. First amendment rights enjoyed by all Americans allow musicians power to be themselves lyrically and live in concert. Major labels can shelve enormously talented bands to promote mainstream marketable groups because those executives see bottom lines and are

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