What is considered Western art?

‘Western Art’ is the portrayal, in two or three dimensions, of the history, people, landscape and wildlife of the area confined to the western regions of North America, in a highly realistic or realistic impressionist style and is inextricably linked to the culture of the American West.

What is considered Western art?

‘Western Art’ is the portrayal, in two or three dimensions, of the history, people, landscape and wildlife of the area confined to the western regions of North America, in a highly realistic or realistic impressionist style and is inextricably linked to the culture of the American West.

What is the difference between art and not art?

When we talk about intention, we must make a distinction between art and non-art. In our view, non-artistic communication tries to produce some specific emotional response. But in art, the intention is to give people material to create their own thoughts and emotions.

Can anything be considered art?

Art includes sculpture, painting, plays, films, novels, dance and music. The creative nature of art sees works or objects being considered as ‘Art’ that provoke shock, outrage, censorship or exclamations of ‘That’s not Art!

What are the 2 forms of art?

Traditional categories within the arts include literature (including poetry, drama, story, and so on), the visual arts (painting, drawing, sculpture, etc.), the graphic arts (painting, drawing, design, and other forms expressed on flat surfaces), the plastic arts (sculpture, modeling), the decorative arts (enamelwork.

What is the difference between looking and seeing art?

Looking is a physical act; seeing is a mental process of perception. Seeing involves recognizing or connecting the information the eyes take in with your previous knowledge and experiences in order to create meaning. This requires time and attention.

How do you write a gallery critique?

How to Write a Review of an Art Exhibition

  1. DO YOUR RESEARCH BEFORE ATTENDING THE EXHIBITION.
  2. WALK THROUGH THE ENTIRE ART EXHIBITION BEFORE WRITING DOWN ANYTHING.
  3. CLOSELY EXAMINE THE PIECES OF ARTWORK YOU PLAN TO WRITE ABOUT.
  4. WRITE UP A DESCRIPTION OF THE EXHIBITION AS A WHOLE.
  5. INTERVIEW OTHER VISITORS AT THE EXHIBITION.