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For this assignment, you will use the collection of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.
(https://www.nga.gov/collection/collection-search.html) and find four examples of three-
dimensional art that would fit in Chapter 3’s section on the Sacred Realm. 

MODULE FIVE ESSAY ASSIGNMENT

Like all of the assignments in this course, this one requires you to apply what you have learned in the textbook. In the essay assignment, you will use online resources to explore ideas discussed in the textbook. Be sure to use as many relevant terms and concepts from this module’s list as possible. Your goal is to demonstrate mastery of the module content.

ASSIGNMENT DESCRIPTION

For this assignment, you will use the collection of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. (https://www.nga.gov/collection/collection-search.html) and find four examples of three-dimensional art that would fit in Chapter 3’s section on the Sacred Realm.

The work must be representational but the style can be naturalistic, stylized, or abstract. The works must use the visual elements of mass, line, and space, and the design principle of emphasis and subordination.

The works you choose must also include at least three signs and symbols to communicate the meaning of the work and how it engages the issues of the sacred realm. Be ready to explain all of this as well as how the works use medium and material.

ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS

1. Find the works at using the search function of the National Gallery of Art collection at https://www.nga.gov/collection/collection-search.html
. Note the title and artist.

a. Search tips: Limit your search to three-dimensional media. Select “Images Online” to make sure that you only get works that have been photographed.

2. Save the works to your computer.

3. Paste the images into the spaces provided below. Resize, if necessary.

4. Compose your written answers using a university-level, professional writing style. Point to specific places in the work where your information is visible and explain what you see. This is the evidence for your answer.

5. Proofread for errors and to ensure completion.

6. Cite the sources you consulted to complete this assignment.

7. Please check your work against the rubric for this assignment.

8. Submit by the deadline.

Your name:

Your TA’s name:

Name of the Museum:

Object

Insert three-dimensional work #1. Identify the title and artist.

Explain the style of three-dimensional work #1 and how it uses the visual elements of mass, line, and space, and the design principle of emphasis and subordination. (75 words)

Explain the meaning of three-dimensional work #1. Identify the signs and symbols and how the style and iconography communicate meaning. Then explain how the image fits Chapter 3’s category of the Sacred Realm. (100 words)

Insert three-dimensional work #2. Identify the title and artist.

Explain the style of three-dimensional work #2 and how it uses the visual elements of mass, line, and space, and the design principle of emphasis and subordination. (75 words)

Explain the meaning of three-dimensional work #2. Identify the signs and symbols and how the style and iconography communicate meaning. Then explain how the image fits Chapter 3’s category of the Sacred Realm. (100 words)

Insert three-dimensional work #3. Identify the title and artist.

Explain the style of three-dimensional work #3 and how it uses the visual elements of mass, line, and space, and the design principle of emphasis and subordination. (75 words)

Explain the meaning of three-dimensional work #3. Identify the signs and symbols and how the style and iconography communicate meaning. Then explain how the image fits Chapter 3’s category of the Sacred Realm. (100 words)

Insert three-dimensional work #4. Identify the title and artist.

Explain the style of three-dimensional work #4 and how it uses the visual elements of mass, line, and space, and the design principle of emphasis and subordination. (75 words)

Explain the meaning of three-dimensional work #4. Identify the signs and symbols and how the style and iconography communicate meaning. Then explain how the image fits Chapter 3’s category of the Sacred Realm. (100 words)

Works Consulted—Remember, do not copy and paste and do not quote directly. All information presented here must be your writing. Cite the sources (websites, articles, books, etc.) you consulted here.

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