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Color Essay Examples

Dreamweavers

...Watching the documentary video made me feel proud and sad at the same time. As a Filipino, I am very proud to have the same nationality as these very talented, hardworking and passionate people. They really made me want to salute them for they deserve a “You’re the best” award. I was amazed on how people can be that artistic. I have never imagined that a used ballpen could become a bead to produce necklaces! But I was disappointed because I realized that these days, people would not want ...

Juno film

...The camera then cuts to extreme close-ups of the smiles of her mother’s new family, the husband and their three “replacement kids”. To show the viewer that the mother has been out of the picture for a long time the camera cuts to a close up of numerous cactuses in a window. Juno’s voice over is explaining that her mother sends her one cactus every valentine’s day. In Juno, the mise-en-scene is frequently used to strengthen the message of the film. By using color values, lightning keys ...

Run Lola Run Essay

...In ‘The Red Tree’ the idea of time is present with the reoccurring motif of the red leaf. At the start of the book it doesn’t pay attention to the leaf, towards the end of the book the little girl starts to notice it and a smile begins to show on her face. This is used to represent to the reader that it takes time for a good outcome to occur, also that time play a major role in someone’s life. The use of ‘and wait’ represents that the persona is just waiting for something to happen. ...

Comparision of Group Models

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Tessellation Patterns

...This pattern is a reflection of itself so when that it is folded in half either way the reflection will show on the other side as the same. Working with many patterns and colors to make different designs can be quiet confusing in the way they turn out. There are so many ways to work with a tessellation, one can use squares, triangles or make their own lines of symmetry. One can use many different colors and patterns within each block. While making this tessellation it reminds one of putting toge...

Ramadan & Eternal Child - Irma Stern

...This way she could interpret reality however she liked. Max Pechstein greatly applauded this work as he saw that the painting could evoke strong emotions and reactions from the viewer. The girl’s large head and small body indicates fragility, as do her small hands grasping flowers. Irma is showing the damage of war on the youth. Children are defenseless and afraid, yet hope glimmers in their eyes. The young girl’s eyes are wide and hopeful, as are the bright flowers. The focal point of The E...

Art Analysis: Midsummer Night in Harlem, by Palmer Hayden

...The value of the colors used in this art work is set to dark while the intensity and brightness is set to medium. For example, the reds, burgundy and brown used in the picture (especially for the apartment buildings and clothing) are warm but appear a little toned down in color. Hayden creates emphasis through color and position throughout this piece. For example the faces of the people ranges in intensity by the dark faces and bright smiles as mentioned earlier. Also the outfits worn by the peo...

“Beguiling Lure “ by Isaac Talley

...As a society we want to strive to be better in everything we do. In the past our american culture has taught us right from wrong, to love God and country and to stand true to our families. The importance of those morals and values seem to have disappeared.The black bird or raven can be a positive symbol of mankind's desire to be moral and spiritually correct and the white dangling object or the “lure” an example of the opposite, a representation of those material things of the world that dis...

Essay On Green

...I am not quite sure how my fascination started growing on green colour but I guess I started liking this colour as I had spent my childhood in an area where green was the most dominating colour. This was the colour of nature and I was surrounded by the beauty of nature. I noticed in my childhood that green is the colour for living and yellow and red means dying, specifically for the trees and plants I had. May be this idea influenced my preference of colour. May be this choice is not directly re...

Photosynthesis Lab Report Purpose

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Pink color

...Victoria’s Secret PINK® Eau de Parfum Spray. Bright. Effervescent. Sophisticated. Sexy. Modern. Confident. Playful. Dab it on. Expect the unexpected. Grapefruit: A tart, citrus scent. A great refreshing summer scent. Aromatherapy benefits: Balancing, refreshing, cheering. Peony: A scent as sweet and fragrant as the flower itself. A great spring and summer scent. Aromatherapy benefits: Soothing, Romantic, calming, uplifting. -Scent It.com “Bubblegum” was the original scent of the pink col...

A day at the beach

...When I looked back I saw parents trying to sweet-talk their kids into the cold water. While coming out from the water I looked up and I saw three people flying Para gliders, which were orange, purple and fluorescent in color. We were finally now out from the water fully clothed again after we were done taking a shower. We went back under the tree where we were taking a nap before to pick up or belongings such as beach chairs, umbrellas, flip-flops and so on. “Today was picture-perfect” I ex...

Art history formal analysis Renoir luncheon of the boating party

...Behind the woman at the railing at the far left corner of the deck facing forward stands a man wearing a brown jacket with a light blue shirt wearing a cap. Facing him standing with his back to the viewer facing left is a man wearing a black overcoat and a black top hat with a beard. In the right foreground seated facing the table on a wooden chair that is turned backward is a man who looks left toward the railing of the deck, his face in profile. He faces the woman seated opposite him who holds...

"A Martian Sends A Postcard Home" by Craig Raine

...This poem uses a multiple metaphors to describe what a Martian would encounter if he visited Earth. The poem is interesting to read because it requires the reader to use their imagination, the reader must think in order to figure out these everyday things the Martian is seeing for the first time, it's somewhat of a brainteaser. It's obvious that the Martian is seeing these things for the first time, it makes the reader wonder why a simple thing such as a watch or a clock is not found on his pla...

An analysis of the Maya Angelou poem "To a man"

...I think that Maya Angelou wrote this to show the complex emotions she feels about her man, possession, tenderness, love, and warmth all at once. The poem's effect on me was that it showed me the way a woman felt about her man, and it helped me understand the deeper emotions of a relationship. I liked the way she used Amber to show how her man changed, because it wasn't in a negative way, the Amber gave an impression of how precious he was, yet she changed her perspective with him. 'To a man' mad...

Color Imagery in Othello

...Color imagery in Shakespeare's Othello adds weight and meaning to the play. Many can read or view the play and simply enjoy it for its words and literary importance. Other readers or members in the audience enjoy searching deeper into the imagery, whether it be plant, animal, or color, to discover the hidden morals or meanings of the play. Not only do the colors make the play more visually exciting, but they allow the searching audience to add a deeper meaning, perhaps even a personal meaning, t...

The perfect vacation spot

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The importance of vacation and relaxation

...Vacation time in Florida allows my mind and body to be at peace with itself. Sitting outside in the backyard by the pool, hearing the soothing hum of the pool filter, and surrounded by the glorious flowers, I experience the serenity that only the monks have described before. The smells, sounds, and surroundings allow every muscle in my body to relax and no tension nor stress can be found. My mind wanders into a perfect world, my utopia. The sun is shining down brightly over the land and there is...

The Face Of War by Salvador Dali

...The eyes and the mouth spaces have skull shapes within them. This is symbolising limitless death. The skulls get smaller sized and smaller in the eye areas but not in the mouth area. Each skull has a various expression. The mouth of the skull in the right eye space has a skull, which appears like it is shouting. The exact same skull has an even smaller skull in its right eye, but it is too little to construct its expression. The skull inside the left eye space has most of its left cheek torn awa...

The Green Light In The Great Gatsby

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Analysis of Albert Bierstadt's "The Rocky Mountains, Lander's Peak"

...I felt like I was looking through the eyes of Albert Bierstadt, well over a century ago. I saw what he saw, and it made me wonder what existed pass the waterfall. I could feel that the air was pure and I could hear the serenity through the sound of water. I'm most curious about what lied in between the mountains that reached the sky and the ones that were most reachable. I have come to believe Bierstadt was more than an innovative painter, but an intelligent scholar as well. Something must have ...

Analysis of "Pleasantville"

...The people of Pleasantville are no longer innocent, and they are ready to change. This is shown by the shifting of people from black and white to colour. The people can only gain colours when they break their barriers, discovering the missing element in their lives. Some gain colour from having sex, Mary-Sue gains colour from reading books and Bud gains colour from getting into a fight. Pleasantville is no longer Pleasantville. The basketball team starts missing shots, and colours can be seen ev...

"The Great Gatsby" Color Analysis

...In final consideration, Fitzgerald builds and shapes a world of colors around the characters of the story, creating not only their different looks and behaviors, but also elaborating their personalities and sentiments. These colors connect the reader to the novel by making him see and feel the actual events and emotions a character has and not only an imaginative image. Gatsby's example, which is full of lines rich of color imagery, makes the reader feel what he feels; sense what he senses; and ...

A Visual Analysis of a World War II Poster

...After analyzing the poster in full detail, one understands all the aspects of the poster. Questions as to why the artist used certain color schemes, why he presented the characters like he did, and why he used such powerful text are answered. Like most typical World War II propaganda posters, this poster, capitalizes on the nationalistic pride of the people in defending their own nation. In doing so, it exploits the stereotypical view of the Japanese soldier and paints a cloud of sin to rouse th...

"The weeping woman" by Picasso

...The first thing that grabs my attention when I look at this painting is the night sky. It draws my attention straight away. The swirling and curling lines in the painting seem to almost lead your eyes around the painting, helping you to get a clear idea of what the painting is portraying. The other thing I notice is the large cypress bush. This bush is different to all the other elements of the painting, with its dark greens and blacks it makes an excellent contrast to the beautiful night sky in...

World without colour

...Colours make nature, fashion, flags and the various races much more interesting and diverse. Without colours, nature would not be appreciated as much as it is coloured. Generally, a colorless world would be thought of as having no color except black, white and grey shades. Imagine that all of a sudden, everything loses its colors. In such a situation, everything would mix with his surroundings and it would become impossible to distinguish one object from another. For example a peach and an apple...

My Hobbies Essay

...It can create friendships and a feeling of togetherness when we all are trying to win a game together. I am pleased and happy that I have found a group of good teammates. Although playing volleyball is hard, I still love to compete and meet the difficult challenges which the games present. I remember that I used to play with my friends in school on a Saturday. Then afterwards we would go out as a team for lunch together. Volleyball gave me, and still gives me, many good memories. It’s somethin...

Song Analysis

...A lion is skilled, fearless and unstoppable. A staircase represents moving forward one step at a time to attain personal goals. It displays starting from absolute rock bottom, slowly progressing all the way up to high success. The staircase leads the way to a positive future. Lastly the castle represents royalty, power, high-class and fame which are all topics that this song mainly discusses. What colours and border are you using for your project, and why? What ideas or emotions do these colour...

Flame test lab report

...Mix between some of the metals or all and write down your observations. Make sure you got the write results be redoing the test for each metal for two extra times. Compare your results with your Lab mates to make it clear you don’t had odd conclusions. At the end turn off the Bunsen burner and rinse the loop with deionized water using a wash bottle, and then heat the loop in the hottest part of the flame until no color is imparted to the flame by the loop. Get rid of the HCL and wash any other...

Harmony in Color

...In conclusion, the harmony of color is a concept which embraces the hue, saturation, and brightness of color. In addition, the unity of color is promoted by the smooth transition to the next just like the scales in a musical manuscript. The coloroid and the munsell systems help incorporate harmonious chromatic values into the kaleidoscopic spectrum of color. All of these characteristics contribute in making the life experience more enjoyable where the senses are very much attuned to engage with ...

Rationale Childrens Book

...The illustration on the front cover flows through to the back as I think this is an attractive feature in a children’s book as discussed in class. On some pages the illustrations have no background again the same technique is used, to have the image as the main focus such as the playground equipment or Annie in the introduction. In most of the images Annie’s dress is unravelling; I depict this through the red thread of cotton behind Annie. Children love this as they can trace their finger ar...

Play Activity Assignment

...They deal with shapes, colors, how they look combined. They loved to use different colors to paint the leaves and they seemed very enthusiasts about their work. At the end at the project they were proud of their work. They learned to work in groups. Painting gives them the ability to share their equipment, to clean up their mess. They learned to be patient, they learned new words. Personal learning: * I learned to complete a play activity in a pre-school setting * I learnt to apply theory to pra...

Irises of Vincent van Gogh

...Expanding out our scrutiny, we’ll be able to tell that van Gogh worked on background first, having the marigolds and the soil appearing flat. As he continues, he might as well work from light colors then to dark, the dark colors appearing more solid and brighter. We could definitely say as well that the focal point of the “Irises” is found at the center left side of the canvas where the white iris was painted. The direction of every element in the piece points at it, from the blades of gra...

Chlorophyll and Polar Groups

...3. Duckweed is a tiny floating aquatic plant that can reproduce so rapidly that it can completely cover the surface of small fish hatchery ponds. One proposal to limit the growth of this invasive plant is to use colored panels to shield the ponds, inhibit photosynthesis, and kill this pest. What color filters would you order for the panels in this project? What wavelengths of light will be absorbed by theses filters? So you think this proposal will be effective in killing the duckweed? Primary p...

The Separation of Ink Chromatography

...The evidence that is shown is the different colors that ran up the paper. It went from one color to the next. 3. A forensic scientist is someone who examines evidence gathered at a crime scene. What type of evidence could a forensic scientist examine using chromatography? Explain why chromatography would be useful. Using chromatography, scientists can see if other substances are mixed with the blood. It would be useful to see why an illness has occurred or other medical problems. Chromatography ...

Learning

...Cognitive processes that are involved in learning the concept of colors in the color wheel include observation, analysis and interpretation. Moreover, cognitive learning relies on the senses, such as hearing, sight, feeling, etc. , reading and comprehension, experience, analysis, observation, among others, in order for individuals to learn. (Think Quest) This is supported by theories authored by Piaget and Vygotsky. The socio-constructivist and socio-cultural theories relate cognition to learnin...

Reaction Time

...The observer then set the machine to real test, choice reaction test and selected all the frequencies. This time there was no hand signal given to the participant by the observer but they were told to be ready as soon as they heard the sound the experiment had begun. At the end of the experiment a hand signal was given by the observer to the participant to let them know the task was over. The stimulus that required a reaction in the experiment was given 19 times and the experiment was only compl...

Importance Of green Color

...Lighter yellowish greens can be very successful in advertising healthy and refreshing drinks, despite the fact that most of the time they actually are not healthy. But, lets keep the focus here. Energy drinks, vitamins, supplements, tonics, sodas, you name it. The global growing trend, which is saying go green, is affecting all pores of the society. even McDonalds is changing their red to green in Europe, to satisfy European customers desire to go green. That is pure example of advertising adapt...

The Success of Photosynthesis in Geranium Leaves

...We don’t know why the black paper enabled photosynthesis to happen and can only guess that the paper wasn’t secure enough and let some light through. With the 5 rating disregarded in the averaging of our results, the experimental area is left with an average rating of 0.5 (Fig. 1). Being close to a rating of 0, this area produced practically no starch and it’s safe to say that black is not a color that is successful at aiding photosynthesis. That would make sense seeing as how black absorb...

The Old Guitarist

...The man depicted in the painting looks like he has no life, he looks to be homeless and may be close to death. He is trying to cover his misery and find comfort in his music. The large brown guitar is the center piece in this painting; it physically fills up most of the space on this canvas. It is the focus piece of the guitarist and the viewers. The guitar is also the only change in color; the guitar has a change of color into a dull brown rather than blue like the rest of the painting. The gui...

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