Pop Art

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Pop Art started in the middle of the 1950s in Britain and soon spread across the Atlantic to the United States in the late 1950s. It was the idea of several young artists, an idea or movement that presented a … Read More

Fine Art Paintings

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However, today fine-arts additional forms include, film, photography, contemporary-art, and print-making. In certain institutes-of-learning however, the term fine-arts is associated-exclusively with visual-art forms. Fine Art Paintings The composition of a fine art painting is what catches the viewer’s eye and … Read More

FAP – Fine Art Photography

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Fine art photography (FAP) refers to photographs that are made in the creative vision of the photographer as an artist. Fine art photography generally stands in contrast to photojournalism, which is a visual account of news events or a record … Read More

The Importance of Fine Arts in the Classroom

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Fine Arts is defined in the Encarta Dictionary as being, “any art form, for example, painting, sculpture, architecture, drawing, or engraving, that is considered to have purely aesthetic value” (Encarta, 2004). Though this definition is used in relationship with the … Read More

Be A Fine Art Photographer

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How do you proceed to grow and develop as a Fine Art Photographer? Basically, regular use of your camera with deliberate intent, while paying attention to the following, is what brings it about. 1. PURSUE THE GOAL: to make images … Read More

Fine Art Schools – Finding Your Niche

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Fine art schools, as opposed to liberal arts schools, narrow the focus of study and training in fields such as ceramics, fiber arts, glass, graphic design, industrial design, interior design, metals/jewelry, multimedia/visual communications, painting/drawing (illustration), photography, film-making, printmaking, and sculpture. … Read More

Fine Art Graduate Schools

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Upon completing a Bachelors degree in either the arts or the fine arts, many students opt to continue their education by applying to graduate school. Fine Art Graduate Schools offer students the opportunity to continue to refine their creative skills, … Read More

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