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 Post subject: Art term?
PostPosted: Tue Jun 22, 2004 3:51 am 
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Various art terms are used to describe certain styles of art, e.g. Impressionism, Cubism, Futurism.

What is the name of this:

Using words, be it poetry, a phrase or a song, you use it as a stimulus and draw a picture according to it. You place the words onto the picture.

For example:

Yellow roses
The colour of sunshine


Beside these words are a bouquet of yellow roses.


I would like to know the term for this style of art very badly and would be grateful to whoever can tell me. Thank you!


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You mean like performance poetry? Gosh this is bugging me now! I've heard of it but I can't quite remember! *tootles off to Google it*


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 22, 2004 3:00 pm 
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Well, I was focusing on the words being used as a stimulus for visual/fine art.


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Umm... Lilly?

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Impressionism, Cubism, Futurism
Those are all different styles of art, what you're describing is a way of doing art.
Much of art throughout the centuries has been caused by verbal or visual stimuli. I've honestly never heard a name for it. Not in any of my classes, not as a style, or a period of art.
It's something different then what you've mentioned. More like a technique then a style.


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Inrun is right, they're periods/styles.

I'm not sure that there is a word for it.


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yes, they are all different styles of art.


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ahoteinrun wrote:
Umm... Lilly?

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Impressionism, Cubism, Futurism
Those are all different styles of art, what you're describing is a way of doing art.
Much of art throughout the centuries has been caused by verbal or visual stimuli. I've honestly never heard a name for it. Not in any of my classes, not as a style, or a period of art.
It's something different then what you've mentioned. More like a technique then a style.


Oh no. I was hoping it was a particular style of art and I could find an artist who did it. I'm supposed to be copying an artist's style of work right now and I thought that would be so cool. x_x


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