Submitted by bharat on Fri, Try the new community support forum: Truth be told, most of the core team got busy with their lives over the past few years and we haven't had the time to really actively maintain the project in a long time.
Use the 4-step Critique Process. Use the questions below as a guide only, all questions will not fit all art works. Describe exactly what you see. Start with general statements about the format horizontal or vertical and the kind of subject matter you see landscape, still life, portrait, genre scene, figurative, religious, historical, animal, abstraction, non-objective etc.
Describe things generally, then give details. Use concrete, objective describing words, not opinion. Give enough descriptive information so the reader can picture what it looks like. Do not include so much detail that the reader gets confused. Describe where each thing is placed in the piece. If a figure, describe the pose.
Is it carved, painted, assembled? If painted, describe the paint application and style. Which art elements are important here? If line plays a major role, describe the type of lines used? If texture is a major element, is it implied or real?
What design elements are used in the piece? How did the artist organize their piece? What is the focal point, where did your eye go first? How has the artist created unity, balance, or harmony in the piece?
Based on what you see, what is the artist trying to show, say or present to us? Use what you see to construct and support reasonable interpretations.
What does the piece make you think or feel? Is there a mood, or a specific time or story communicated to you through the subject matter and technique?
Evaluate the quality of this piece and explain why you chose it. What exactly caught your eye or interest here? What does this piece make you think or feel?
Based on what you have seen before and know about art, is the piece technically good? Be sure to support your opinions with specific things you see in the work of art and specific examples of other work you have seen. Does it relate to you personally, your interests or your art?
This is your opinion but you should be able to make a strong argument for it.initiativeblog.com is an online community for photographers.
initiativeblog.com has extensive photo galleries covering over 30 categories, articles on photography and over 40 active photography forums. People use initiativeblog.com to learn through photo critiques, ask questions and get answers in our forums, participate in photo contest but also simply display and share their photography in our galleries.
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Below you will find a sample review by a student. The student received an A- for the exhibition review grade. The review is a short paper therefore avoid using long quotes from wall texts in the exhibition or brochures, and outside sources (which you must cite). Art Review Essay. Review #1: New Generation Detroit I went to visit this art exhibit on Friday September 7th, the opening night.
I had never been to the Meadowbrook Art Gallery so I had no idea what to expect.