[Your full name] April 9, 2013 Art Using Hand and Paper I am an artist. I am not like ordinary people, and this is not bragging. I am not saying that I am superior to other people. I am only different. I am passionate about life and colors…
Download file to see previous pages...
I have been crazy about drawing since I was six years old. I have always been interested in pictures and paintings. Drawing has occupied my mind since I was a kid, and has strengthened its root as I have grown older. People see images everywhere around them, and think that the artists draw those images out of the blue, without much thought and without much effort. However, that is not true at all. The truth is that artists spend ample time in thinking about the ideas behind every picture, and them bringing those ideas to life using imagination and innovation. However, that imagination, originality, and creativity is a gift of God that only some people possess. Artists think a lot before creating a picture. This is because they hold the responsibility for the message that they have to convey through the picture. Sometimes, the picture does not even have to be beautiful to convey the message. The artist uses his brains to deliver the message in the most beautiful way, so that the people do not only enjoy the beauty of the picture, but also get the message in it. Whenever I have to draw a picture, first of all I make a sketch of it using pencil. This sketch is not beautiful at all unless I try to put the idea I have in mind into the picture, using my imagination. But of course, I cannot bring the picture to life without using my brains. The imagination comes from the brain; whereas, the hand can only draw some lines here and there. Hand lays the foundation, and the brain builds the whole building on that foundation. After I have drawn the basic sketch, I put color and beauty in it, keeping in mind that the basic message gets conveyed properly. Most often, I try to convey message about life. Once, I drew a sketch of a dark sea with bright blue horizon. When it was only a pencil sketch, it conveyed no message. But in mind, I had made a picture of happiness and gloom. Since life is a combination of happy and sad moments, I colored the sea very dark to represent gloom, and colored the horizon very bright to represent happiness. The picture turned out to be very remarkable, as it was a combination of sparkling colors, which actually depicted a contrast as happiness and sadness. The point I want to mention is that hand can only draw a basic outline of a picture, but to convey the true message, the artist uses his brains, from where the imagination comes from. Innovation arises from mental understanding of the message. If I had not put in the colors in the above mentioned picture, there was no way to convey the message properly. I am also very fascinated by street art. It is also a beautiful combination of hand and brain. It is an art which, sometimes, is regarded as an annoyance or as an act of vandalism; but most often, it is considered as a means of expressing disapproval about social or political issues prevailing in the society. This aspect of expressing dissent and using art to ask questions from the public or the government makes street art a form of public art. It is actually one of the most convenient means for the artist to show to the superiors what the public is going through and what they want. People find street art interesting, capture images, and discuss them with curiosity. This makes them ponder over what is the idea behind. The artist makes extensive use of his imagination, and puts that imagination into reality through the use of hand and brain. Putting it all together, art cannot be expressed in its true form, if the artist does not know
...Download file to see next pagesRead More
One such method is the quantification of hand preference (QHP), which tests subjects on their willingness to reach across a midpoint (into contralateral space) to grab a card. Perfect right- or left-handed individuals will reach across that midpoint one hundred percent of the time to reach the card, while someone with no preference will do so only half of the time.
English as the world’s official language hence concerns on how to use and speak English have arisen. The art of English is a term that aims to explain the use of English in both verbal and written form. The level of literariness gives the reader an idea of the art used by the writer.
I will point out what creativity is, and how it should be used for mentally or physically ill children.
This work is devoted to the display of positive consequences of the drawing therapy. As an example there have been taken cases with sexually abused children and those who have eye witnessed Twin Towers crash.
In recent work, scientists created a BCI that collects information from hundreds of thousands of brain cells at once. Neuronal activity measurements are used to control BCIs. They are recorded either from individual brain cells (called single-unit recording) or from the scalp using electroencephalography (EEG).
These factors have redefined medical practices to fit into the changing health delivery system. Thus, Nursing Profession is 'accountable' to the society. i.e. obliged to the laws regulating the professional activity. This 'accountability' is usually spelt out in "Patient Care Documents" established by hospital associations and medical associations or councils of every country .
The day hospital team is made up of nurses, doctors, psychologists, social workers, occupational therapists and patient organizations. The day hospital provides occupational therapy and art therapy which functions under occupational therapy, physical, social activities are also provided by the service.
While everybody spends a great amount of time learning and memorizing information, most of us are unaware of the great importance of the brain for the learning and memory processes. However, the recent research about the brain functions enables us to find the appropriate ways to improve our learning and memory processes.
So far, there is no direct evidence pointing out to distinct left and right brain functions, except that identification of right and left brain dominance may be helpful in the field of education.
According to Hellige (1993), scientific research has somehow come up with the