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Art Design And Progress

Introduction

The current project is based on my understanding related to the art design and progress; however, the project used my first name Joann for the visual investigation. In order to focus on the visual investigation, there will be the focus on the representations of the images or visuals based on my life and artist’s life.

Art Design and Progression of Skills AnalysisMy first name is Joann; therefore for the visual investigation and representations of the arts; I have selected the visuals or arts of the artist named Joan Miró. He was a Spanish ceramicist, painter as well as a sculptor. He was born on 20 April 1893 in the country Spain and died on the 25 December 1. Moreover, he focused on the visual elements of the established painting that were based on the “class struggle between nations“. There was also a museum with his name and having his paintings example; Fundació Joan Miró; his all paintings support bourgeois society.

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Analysis

Dona, I Ocell is the sculpture that is also known as the “Woman and Bird” however, it is the 22-meter; high sculpture that was created by the Joan Miró and it was one of the famous sculpture in the town. Moreover, the sculpture was placed in Spain; Parc Joan Miró in Barcelona, Catalonia. It is made by Joan and he also takes help of the artist’s collaborator known as the Joan Gardy Artigas. As concerned with the artwork trilogy the sculpture was designed by the Joan so that there could be the great welcome for the visitors to Barcelona.

It was the large sculptures that were made by Joan with the help of friend and collaborator so that Barcelona’s tourists can be attracted. Consequently, it is analyzed that this sculpture was made by Joan because tourist can feel attracted towards the city, as analyzed in the concepts in the class that paintings or art should be created in the way so that people could be attracted. In this way, it is analyzed that sculpture was made so that there could be an attraction for the people.

Thus, in the sculpture, the “bird” (ocell) was referred to the slang for penis and there was a vulva-shaped split. However, in order to attract the people; there are blackish tiles and the “model penis and a hole” is given in the glans. It was the expansive models that were made by Joan with the assistance of companion and teammate so Barcelona’s travellers can be pulled in. It is dissected that this model was made by Joan on the grounds that visitor can feel pulled in towards the city.

Dona i Ocell, 1982

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As worried about the work of art set of three the model was outlined by the Joan so that there could be the immense welcome for the guests to Barcelona. It is a kind of a roman sculpture so that people could be attracted with the beauty (Friedland, Sobocinski, & Gazda, 2015). The sculpture was there in the park with the green area; which is known as the area to relax so that people could enjoy the sculpture with the beauty of nature.

However, the sculpture is bounded by the flowers or the pine and palm trees. Along these lines, it is dissected that model was made so that there could be a fascination for the general population. From the analysis of the Joan Miró sculpture, it is analyzed that the sculpture was made according to the painting and art concepts so that there could be concerns with the beauty of nature, and so that people could be attracted.

Moreover, the concepts of arts that were learned in the class related to the 3D space. The model was there in the recreation centre with the green zone; which is known as the territory to unwind so individuals could appreciate the figure with the excellence of nature (Friedland, Sobocinski, & Gazda, 2015).

Pájaro lunar (Moon Bird), 1966

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Analysis

Joan Miró in the year 1940s made the sculpture that was focused on the basic standpoint of the artist period in the Paris; as the Pájaro lunar, a moon bird was made by the Joan Miró. The sculpture was made when the artist was first attracted from the discipline in the middle; it was the surrealist period in Paris when the artist gets the inspiration in the cosmic world and made the bird because he was attracted from the nature-based organic forms. The mind-set board was made, to portray the barrenness of the earthly and divine universes.

In the normal and vast world, the half and half manifestations were concerned and the relationship was portrayed. It is realized that surrealist figure of the moon-winged creature pulled in the general population, as there was an attendant on the Catalan painter. The painting was created after the Second World War Pájaro lunar’ in order to describe the value of freedom and peace; and the estimation of opportunity. The astronomical world and made the feathered creature since he was pulled in from the nature-based natural structures. The feathered creature was made in the request to portray the opportunity and so as to depict the magnificence of nature.

The bird was created in the order to describe the freedom and in order to describe the beauty of nature. It is known that surrealist sculpture of the moon-bird attracted the people, as there was a focus on the Catalan painter. The moon bird was created in the black colour so that people could be attracted and feel worth or importance in the world of birds. The mood board was created, in order to describe the impotence of the terrestrial and celestial worlds.

In the natural and cosmic world, the hybrid creations were concerned and the relationship was described. The moon bird creature was made operating at a profit shading with the goal that individuals could be pulled in and feel worth or significance in the realm of bird creatures. Through the analysis of the Pájaro lunar; it is analyzed that artist create the sculpture; as he wants to give the real concept from the real world, that how much freedom is important for the people and people could grow an economy or country could grow if there are freedom and peace (Miró, 2018).

Fundació Joan Miró

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Analysis

Fundació Joan Miró was a model that made with the goal that individuals or country could be pulled in thus that youthful craftsman. Fundació Joan Miró was the sculpture created by the Joan Miró; it was the foundation created with the new building and the sculpture was made near the building with courtyards so that visitors can be attracted with the beauty of the sculpture.

He created this contemporary art in order to attract the younger artists. Concerned with the Fundació Joan Miró; it is analyzed that Miró created the sculpture so that people or nation could be attracted and so that young artist could learn the value of other nation and freedom.

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Analysis

There is a very famous quote by Joan Miro “I want to assassinate painting.” Miró spent the next 10 years shattering and subverting the conventions of art through college, construction and, yes, painting. This fruitful period is the subject of “Joan Miró: Painting and Anti-Painting 1927-1937,” he said these words at the opening of this museum in the New York City at the Museum of Modern Art on November 2 1927, the museum is running through January 12 1927. This painting shows that how a person adjusts in the society.

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Analysis

Magical realism belongs to Joann, he has developed the very precise style. The above painting of Joanne seemed to be really close to the real life as it is looking like the painting is picking out multiple elements of isolation; it happens many times when we feel isolated even in the groups and crowds. Joann has arranged the painting in a deliberate composition.

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Analysis

The above painting of Joann is known as House with Palm Tree, it was made in 1918 and the technique used is oil on canvas, the entry date is 1998. The searches of Joann for the solutions of new plastic between the years of 1916 and 1918 led to the four details landscape’s creation, all done in summer in 1918 in Montroig. The compositions are considered to be of the importance that so undeniable in the Joann’s style’s evolution by which the significant change is demonstrated with respect to the output of Joann immediately.

House with the palm tree, the above painting, is one of the four critical pieces of Joann, in which treatment of Joann of the landscape is so descriptive as well as painstakingly realistic that actually the painting can be described as the objects’ register. Such work type, which was continued by the artist Joan to be developed until the year of 1922, has the somewhat naïve feel, and oneiric, mainly because of the nonexistence of evidence of some other painting known as plain air and the descriptive detail that is mentioned above in the features of the landscape. The painting House with palm tree has constituted the milestone of five major creativeness for the painter.

This painting seems to be really soothing to the eyes. When I heard the word ‘palm tree’, the first thought that crossed through my mind was the tropical place or the beautiful coastal along with the bright sunshine and clear blue skies. There are so many benefits of the palm tree that crossed through my mind. Such as installing the palm tree near home or in the surroundings is great for the plethora of reasons. There are so many people who still are unaware of the benefits of a palm tree, but still, they love to be surrounded by such beauty of the palm trees. Following are the benefits of Palm tree that came across my mind after I saw this painting of Joann:

  • No more raking leaves
  • Able to be grown by novices as well
  • Transform the bare garden into the oasis
  • Rake in the money
  • Limited maintenance is required
  • Grows in so many types of soils
  • Able to withstand the storms
  • Faux palm trees seemed to be really gorgeous
  • So many available varieties
  • Add life as well as beauty to the landscape

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Analysis

The above painting of Joann is known as The Table – Still Life with Rabbit (1920), the clear cubism’s influence is clear in the painting. The picture is one of the latest in which the use of cubism is made by Joann, on the one hand, along with the naturalist style and a painstaking with the attention that so close and clear, on the other hand. Two modes of expressions have been incorporated by Joann, the cubist mode that is derived from Braque and Picasso, and his native, and the joy expression in the naturalist manner while telling the story.

The two, however, do not merge. Unlike the Synthetic Cubism’s pictures of the time that incorporated the real-life reference to into the structure of cubism, as, for instance, in the paintings of Gris or the collages of Braque, Joann opened up the gap that so unbridgeable between such two different kinds of world.

On the table that drawn realistically to the perspective but has the inlay of Cubist, so many objects are there, some are dead and some are very much alive. There is the dried fish on the far right on the painted plate that is painted immaculately along with the tablecloth that is pattered underneath oddly that incorporates the patterns between the two different styles.

There is a rabbit, on the left, that looks as if the rabbit is about to jump ahead, there is Spanish wine jar that is so much stylized at the back, and in the top corner of the right hand, a rooster, to crown it all, decked magnificently with watchful alerts and the features. The quality of the magic of this life that so still is enhanced by the vegetables that are few equally realistic and the vine leaves’ spring. Cubist facets have surrounded the entire painting and such facets are suggesting the peace all around. This picture of Joann has stressed on the cubism and it is known that cubism is really important and valuable in the field of art.

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Analysis

The above painting of Joann is known as Horse, Pipe, and Red Flower. Cave paintings were admired by Joann and it was his wish that his art should be primitive, flat, and playful. In 1920, Joann painted this picture, shortly after Joann arrived in Paris and joined the Surrealist movement. The influence of Cubism can be seen in the painting. It is believed by the Cubist painters that the objects’ real meaning that can be captured only by showing such objects from different viewpoints at the same time.

The collection of various objects is presented by Joann in his above painting that is known as Horse, Pipe, and Red Flower. There are so many objects that are hidden in the picture and needs to be identified, Joann has disguised the things in the painting by painting the objects’ still life. The things have painted in the picture by Joann as if these things were in the dream. Joann has tried to give the fantastic and unreal feeling in his artwork.

Reflection

I have chosen Joann Miro for my understanding related to the art design and progress; however, the project used my first name Joann for the visual investigation. In order to focus on the visual investigation, I focused on the representations of the images or visuals based on my life and artist’s life. My first name is Joann; therefore for the visual investigation and representations of the arts; I have selected the visuals or arts of the artist named Joan Miró.

I came to know about multiple things related to Joann Miro that he was a Spanish ceramicist, painter as well as a sculptor. He was born on 20 April 1893 in the country Spain and died on the 25 December 1. Moreover, he focused on the visual elements of the established painting that were based on the “class struggle between nations“.

Moreover, the sculpture of Joann was placed in Spain; Parc Joan Miró in Barcelona, Catalonia. It is made by Joan and he also takes help of the artist’s collaborator known as the Joan Gardy Artigas. Moreover, the concepts of arts that were learned in the class related to the 3D space added to my understanding related to the work.

Joan Miró in the year 1940s made the sculpture that was focused on the basic standpoint of the artist period in the Paris; as the Pájaro lunar, a moon bird was made by the Joan Miró. The painting of Joann seemed to be really close to the real life as it looked like the painting is picking out multiple elements of isolation; it happens many times when we feel isolated even in the groups and crowds. Joann has arranged the painting in a deliberate composition.

The compositions are considered to be of the importance that so undeniable in the Joann’s style’s evolution by which the significant change is demonstrated with respect to the output of Joann immediately. The paintings by Joann seemed to be really soothing to the eyes. When I heard the word ‘palm tree’, the first thought that crossed through my mind was the tropical place or the beautiful coastal along with the bright sunshine and clear blue skies

There are so many pictures of Joann that have stressed on the cubism and it is known that cubism is really important and valuable in the field of art. The influence of Cubism can be seen in the painting. It is believed by the Cubist painters that the objects’ real meaning that can be captured only by showing such objects from different viewpoints at the same time.

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References
  • (2008, November 3). In Pictures: Miro’s Creative Destruction. Retrieved from https://www.forbes.com/sites/civicnation/2018/07/27/making-a-difference-for-student-parents-and-children-at-lavcs-family-resource-center/#de644cc4e802
  • Friedland, E. A., Sobocinski, M. G., & Gazda, E. K. (2015). The Oxford Handbook of Roman Sculpture. Oxford University Press.
  • Leal, P. E. (2018). La casa de la Palmera (House with Palm Tree). Retrieved from http://www.museoreinasofia.es/en/collection/artwork/casa-palmera-house-palm-tree
  • Miró, J. (2018). Oiseau Lunaire (Moonbird). Retrieved from http://www.museoreinasofia.es/en/collection/artwork/oiseau-lunaire-moonbird

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