Native american powerpoint 4 29-13
this is my powerpoint for AED 200
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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By Tyler Sarratori
Creator- Catlin, George, 1796-1872.Work Type- PrintDate- 1838.Info- Osceola, Seminole Chief, 1804-1838.Size- 26 3/8 inches x 19 5/8 inches.Website-Artstor Description: The print depicts aninfluential leader and war chief of theSeminole in Florida. He is with his riflein a stance ready for battle to standstrong for his land. Interpretation: I believe this piecerepresents a strong man standing up forhis beliefs. Ready to do what he needs forhis family and himself. Analysis: I chose this piece because ofthe strong representation of a NativeAmerican Indian. I like themonochromatic colors as it representsthe American Indian as being simpleand not asking for much.. Yet it showshim as strong and in control.
Description: A Native American rider infull headdress sails atop his horse overwaves of color, in this print. Withcontemporary style bold colors in a fluidmotion presenting images a warriors andhorse that seem to be approaching theyou straight off the canvas. Interpretation: You can feel the power ofthe horse as you move across the picture.You can feel the emotion of the artist asshe painted with such bright strokes. Analysis: I love the movement in thispiece the lines give you a sense that thehorse is galloping. The is symmetricalbalance with the horse and the Indian.The different hues of blues and othercolors add such brightness to the picture.Creator- JoAnne BirdWork Type PrintDate UnknownMeasurements- 18x24Website-googleart
Creator- Worthington WhittredgeWork Type- PaintingDate- between 1870 and 1876Material- Oil on canvasMeasurements- Image: 14 1/2 x 21 7/8 in.(36.8 x 55.6 cm) Frame: 23 5/8 x 30 3/4 x 33/4 in. (60.0 x 78.1 x 9.5 cm)Website-Artstor Description: Here is a painting byWhittredge that depicts Indian living orcampsite. To the right you can see tepeesor where they slept. The river flowingthrough the picture providing water andfood. Mountains and trees surroundingthem for protection. Interpretation: I like the piece it seems tobe calming. Providing the simple lifeand basic needs being meets in the 19thcentury. It allows you to feel the sense ofthe surroundings. Analysis: I included this piece as it fitswell into the exhibit. Its use of space iswell seen with all the depths provided. Itallows for balance with the mountainson each side and the river flowing withmovement.
Creator- UnknownDate- c.1840-60Material- bone, bear femurMeasurements- l. 7 3/4“Work type- NecklacesWebsites-Artstor Description: The soul catcher wasconstructed by the Tsimshia Tribe froma bear femur. It was used to cure the ill. Atribe member would travel to the spiritworld, locate a soul and suck it into thesoul catcher. Then the soul would beblown into the ill individual. Interpretation: This piece is realistic asa lot of Indian medicine was followedwith spiritual beliefs . It a good exampleof how both ends would be used in theprocess of obtaining and transferring thesoul. Analysis: This piece is very indicative ofNative American Indian Art. It providesbalance with both ends open to allow forthe flow of the soul. Color tones areused to represent Indian design alongwith shape for its symbols.
Description: This abstract piece of artcommunicates a powerful force with it’sspiritual impression The meaning of theYei symbol represents the Navajo YeiSpirit which mediates between humansand the Great Spirit. The holy spiritscontrol elements such as the rain, snow,wind and sun and also control the nightand day. Interpretation: The abstract paintingprovides you with a sense or symbol ofthe spiritual beliefs and danceassociated with Native American tribes.You can almost feel these three womenpreforming a ritual act. Analysis: I feel the vast fields of colorand texture translates the spiritual selfon the canvas. Along with the verticallines which provides the sense ofmovement for you. The many differentshapes adds life to the painting.Creator –Tony (Antonio) AbeytaWork Type- PaintingDate- 1965Material- acrylic on canvasMeasurements 29x39 inWebsites- Askart
Creator –Carmen Lomas GarzaWork Type- PaintingDate- 1984Material- acrylic on MasoniteMeasurements 36 x 48 inWebsites- Artstor Description: Water was a primaryconsideration for a settlement of theNative Americans in California. Riversprovided water for drinking, bathing,cooking, cleaning, an healing. We cansee all of these functions within thepainting. Interpretation: The artist seems tocapture all the elements of what thesettlers needs for their daily lives. We seethe significant of the river and what theyare using it for. You can also enjoy thechildren playing by the river. Analysis: I chose this piece as itrepresents history of Native AmericanIndians. We see great work with shapeswithin the boulders along the river. Wesee value within the colors she used. Wefeel space in the depth of the river. Thework provides a pleasing image of unity.
Creator- UnknownWork Type MaskDate Early 20th centuryMaterial- Wood, paint, feathersMeasurements- H. 24 in. (61 cm)Website-Artstor Description: Masks have been part ofdance and traditional ceremonies inmany Indian tribes since ancient times.Carving still remain a vibrant part ofcontemporary native culture. You can seethe actual holes for the eyes, nose andmouth. Interpretation: Even today, AmericanIndian masks are used for dances,cultural drama, decoration, and as craftsfor sale. You can almost feel the spiritualvalue when you look at the piece. Analysis: The mask fit well with thetheme and provides you with theirtradition culture. It has balances withequal elements attached to the mainmask. There are fine lines and shapesseen and appears to be proportional.
Description: This painting is a richsource of creative expression. It is anintertwining of Indian culture withcontemporary art expression. Itrepresents the typical headgear andjewelry of many Native American Indianwomen. This particular piece is amemory of life with Crow IndianNation in Lodge Grass, Montana. Interpretation: The expression of theartist taking history of his native tribeand culture and reproducing it intocontemporary art shows such a greatextension to his culture. It provides joyand meaning to many different races. Analysis: I viewed this painting with somuch delight. There is balancethroughout, yet with an asymmetricalpiece on top of the headpiece. We seesuch great lines and shapes within thepainting and some variety with thedifferent elements in the hat.Creator –Kevin Red StarWork Type- PaintingDate- 2007Material- acrylic on canvasMeasurements 28H x 22WWebsites- Askart
Work type- Man’s shirt Date- ca. 1860 Material Native-tanned skin, -wovencloth, porcupine quill, glass beads,horsehair, wool yarn, ermine Measurements H. 41-3/8 in. x W. 63-3/8in. Creator- Unknown Website-Artstor Description: This is a piece of clothingworn by Native American Indians in the19th and 20th century. Made from the hideof an animal. It is decorated withporcupine quill, glass beads, horsehairand the fur of ermines. The skin wasdried stretched and cut into shape, thendecorated. Interpretation: The shirt seems toinvolve a lot of detailed work to obtainssuch symmetrical balance. The beadsadd a nice stylish look to the shirt. Analysis: This piece is perfect with mytheme. It provides us with their everydayway of life and what they worn and howthey produced it. We see some shapeswith the decals and balance with theoutfit. Wouldn’t you like to feel thetexture of the smooth skin and theermine fur.
Description: This painting features thelife of a Native American Family andtheir basic simple life. There is a hut tothe left which is where they would sleepand stay protected from the elements. Interpretation: This painting does show afamily together with the mother as theresponsible person for the child. Thefather seems ready for his job with asword at his side. Analysis: This painting displays muchduller colors but, you can still feel thefamily support and happiness. There isasymmetrical balance with the familyand the hut more on the left side of thepainting. Space is well defined with thetrees in the background.Creator –Agostino BruniasWork Type- PaintingDate- CA 1770-1780Material- Oil on canvasMeasurements 12 ½ x 93/3 inWebsites- Artstor
Description: Smoking with pipes can be ahuge ritual and religious importance formany Indian tribes. Some pipes are used toswear in ceremonies for elected officials,naming ceremonies for children and groundbreaking for new buildings. Indians believethat the rising smoke carries messages tothe Great Creator.Interpretation: The pipe has unique detailcarved in it which seems to symbolize themeaning of importance and use. Thereseems to have been attention given to thedetails and the desire for use.Analysis: There seems to be a smoothtexture to the pipe along with a brightbrown color. There is some form and shapein the carving of an animal head with this 3dimensional piece. There is unity as all theprinciples and elements do work togetherand create a pleasing image. Creator- Sioux, North American; NativeAmerican Work Type- Sculpture Date- c. 1870 Material- Carved catlinite Measurements- 10.1 cm x 20.9 cm x 3.2cm Websites- Artstor
Creator –Edward S CurtisWork Type- PhotogravureDate- 1915Material- Tissue paper mounted on papersightMeasurements 16 5/8 x 12 1/4 inWebsites- Artstor Description: Women and girls wouldcarry water from the river bank back totheir tribes to use for cooking, cleaningand drinking. Some would do thisseveral times a day. Many lived by therivers, but other would walk longdistances. Interpretation: The photographercaptured the dedication this young girlhad in her work. She seems to knowwhat she has to do and she was ready todo it. Analysis: We see balance and shape withthe jug on her head. The value and hueof the colors seems to work well with thissimple picture.
Creator- Unknown, (Maker) Work Type Accessories-Women;Footwear Date- ca. 1825 Size-unknown Website-ArtstorDescriptions: These beautiful slippers madefrom animal hide and colored in black satinwith rust, green, peach, cream and blacksilk twist embroidery and decorated withred and white silk ribbon and green andwhite glass beads.Interpretation: So much care, pride anddetail went into such a fine piece of art. Youcan visualize the attention and desire toplease within the work involved.Analysis: I chose this piece as it shows suchfeeling of love and pleasure. The slippersprovide you with shapes and lines with thedecorative designs. The value of thelightness and darkness of colors works welltogether.
Description: Chief Joseph who was of theNez Perce was considered to be one ofthe most important and noble triballeaders of the 19th century. Joseph’spride and nobility and the tragedies thathe and his people suffered are all evidenton his face. Interpretation: This piece is very realisticas you can almost feel the strain he hadprotecting his tribe with the sad look onhis face. It is a great example of what anoble leader might look like. Analysis: I chose this piece as it is a truesymbol of tribal life. The lines andshapes in the headpiece are greatelements in this piece. There is a nicepattern and design with the feathers.Creator –Edward S CurtisWork Type- PrintDate- UnknownMeasurements 12x16 inWebsites- Goggleart.com
Creator – Mark ThiessenWork Type- PhotographDate- unknownMaterial- Photo paperMeasurements 16 x 12 inWebsites- goggleart Description: Tribal membersparticipated in a buffalo dance, aceremony intended to bring huntingsuccess, during their winter months in aMandan village in South Dakota. Interpretation: You can see theinvolvement in the tribe supporting thehunting dance. You can even see higherup on the right people trying to be partof the dance. Analysis: I enjoyed Thiessen’s piece. Thedark background is amplified by the firein the corner. There is space within thedepth of the darkness. There ismovement in the dancers with the anglesof their legs.