Art Assessments see attachment follow directions For this assignment, students will analyze and discuss Figure 4.9.5  The Birth of Venus, by Sandro Bottice

Art Assessments see attachment follow directions For this assignment, students will analyze and discuss Figure 4.9.5 
The Birth of Venus, by Sandro Botticelli (see below) as it relates to the visual elements of unity, variety, and balance.
  

Directions:

1. Read chapter 1.6 prior to completing this assessment.
2. Choose whether Figure 4.9.5 (seen above) displays 
unity
 OR 
variety
 and discuss examples from the image to support your choice. If you choose unity, make sure to specify and define the type of unity (listed below) for 50% of grade.
3. Identify and discuss what type of balance (see below) is shown in Figure 4.9.5 for 50% of grade.
· Unity:
· compositional.
· conceptual; or
· gestalt
· Variety 
· Balance:
· symmetrical.
· asymmetrical; or
· radial
4. Type up you answer and save it as either a pdf or a word file and upload it here. Remember to use your own words!

Chapter 1.7 Scale and Proportion 

For this assessment students will analyze Figure 3.3.27 Vishnu Churning the Ocean of Milk, relief from Angkor Wat, Cambodia (see below) as it relates to the visual elements of scale and proportion.
  

Directions:

1. Read chapters 1.7 prior to completing this assessment.
2. Discuss how scale and proportion are displayed in Figure 3.3.27. Make sure to identify which type of scale and proportion (see below) are used and use examples from the Figure in your discussion.  Each is worth 50% of your grade.
· Scale (meaning, hierarchical, or distorted)
· Proportion (human, the Golden Section, proportion ratios)
3. Type up your answer and save it as a pdf or word file and upload it here. Make sure to use your own words! 

Chapter 1.8: Focal Point and Emphasis

For this assessment students will analyze Figure 3.6.15 
The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci (see below) as it relates to the visual elements of focal point and emphasis.
  

Directions:

1. Read Chapter 1.8: Focal Point and Emphasis;

2. Identify and discuss the focal point of Figure 3.6.15 (35% of grade);
3. Identify and discuss emphasis (contrast, line, placement) as seen in Figure 3.6.15 (35% of grade);

4. Identify and discuss subordination seen as in Figure 3.6.15 (30% of grade);
5. Type up your answer and save it as a pdf or word file and upload it here. Remember to use your own words! 
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Chapter 1.9 Pattern and Rhythm

For this assignment, students will analyze Figure 3.2.19 View of the Sanctuary at Medina (see below) and discuss the visual elements of pattern and rhythm as they relate to the figure.
  

Directions:

1. Read chapter 1.9 prior to completing this assessment;
2. Discuss pattern and motif and identify examples of them displayed in the above figure for 50% of grade. Make sure that you READ the chapter to understand the difference between pattern and motif!

3. Discuss rhythm (simple repetitive, progressive, alternating, OR design structure) and identify examples of it as displayed in the above figure for 50% of grade;
4. Type up your answer and save it as a pdf or word file and upload it here. Make sure to use your own words! 
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Chapter 1.10 Engaging with Form and Content

For this assessment students will analyze Figure 4.2.10, Book of the Dead of Hunefer (seen below) as it relates to form and content.

  

Directions:

1. Read Chapter 1.10 Engaging with Form and Content;

2. Choose ONE of the types of analysis and critique from the list below (discussed in chapter 1.10 and summarized on page 176) and discuss how Figure 4.2.10 displays your chosen type of analysis and critique. Make sure to include examples from the figure. 
· Formal analysis 

· Stylistic analysis
· Iconographic analysis
· Contextual analysis 
· Feminist analysis and  critique
· Gender studies and critique 
· Critical race analysis and critique 
· Psychological analysis
·  Historical analysis 
· Biographical analysis
3. Type up your answer and save it as a pdf or word file and upload it here. Make sure to use your own words!
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