Draft (write the essay): 20 minutes
Revise (read through the essay and make changes to ideas): 8minutes
I have a wonderful, spacious art studio downstairs, but Parkinson’s is making the trip downstairs increasingly difficult. Your article has inspired me to create an alternative spot. Thank you very much.
Edit (check for correctness in grammar and spelling): 6minutes
I love the idea of your cat contributing in the studio! I’m so glad that you are percolating with some ideas for the studio after looking at the post. That’s why it’s here! I loved seeing your lovely work in your studio too.
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11. Carry an art pouch. Whether carving out a dedicated art space in your home feels impossible, or you like being able to make art anywhere, a is an essential tool. I’ve been a fan of using little and big for some time, this post gives some ideas for decorating your own. I find the more special it feels, the more I want to pick it up and use it!
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Now, list on a chart those 5 main elements you’ve chosen to focus in on and compile detailed notes for each piece in relation to those elements, items or topics to expand upon in the comparison essay.
George Catlin, Letter to D.S. Gregory, July 19-August 21, 1834
Be sure to use the appropriate terminology and skills from the course readings and specific to the discipline of art history. For example, in introductory art history courses, students are required in their exam essays typically to compare and contrast different works demonstrating not only their learned skills of formal visual analysis, but also their ability to place works and monuments in a historical context. This means comparing works not only in terms of the differences in their formal elements, but also in terms of the socio-political, theological, regional or cultural reasons behind those differences.