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In each entry, make sure you: describe the main characteristics and analyze those unique elements and principles of art to interpret your own personal meaning of each artwork.

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PART ONE: ( WORTH 50 POINTS) 1. Choose one artwork from each chapter in the See Module from the links that was the most interesting to you. Links attached. 2. Next Choose a Writing Style, such as the DESIGN ANALYSIS, for each artwork from the list on the Module Page of Writing Styles. (Make sure you use at least three different styles - each entry is worth 10 points) Using Adjectives Tell a Story Simple Outline Compare and Contrast Design Analysis Poetry 3. Next create 5 separate entries on this discussion board (minimum requirements are 5 sentences for a paragraph or for a poem 5-10 lines, no haikus please) for each of the artworks you chose with at least three different writing styles previously chosen. (five total artworks/entries - one paragraph or poem per artwork inspired by artworks of the SEE chapters in each entry, make sure you: describe the main characteristics and analyze those unique Elements and Principles of art to interpret your own personal meaning of each artwork. You can be as creative as you want. There are examples of each writing style based off of different artworks, on the module page Gallery of Student Writing Tip! To get started, first address what specifically you thought was most successful and why about the artwork, and mention what the artwork reminds you of. You can place publishs of your writing on the Student Lounge page to get feedback. PART TWO: (WORTH 50 POINTS) 1. Keep the Discussion threads going by replying to at least 2 other students' posts to further discuss the meaning. Do more than agree - shed light on your unique perspective to deepen one another's understanding and use art terminology, such as the Elements and Principles of Art. The more detailed, thoughtful and creative your entries are, the more points you will score! You will lose at least 2 points per entry for not following each direction from above. Have questions? Post them on the Student Lounge page! Help one another to look through the art, and SEE what lies beneath the surface!

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