What Is Art, Where Art Is Used Where We See What Art Is For. The craft of molding, of shaping something; modeling art; plastic arts (dictionary definition). Noted the similarity of plasma and plastic. Artist, in his studies, develops the left side of the brain, which is the side that controls emotions and creativity. The right side of the brain controls language and logical operations, accounts, studying, writing etc. That's why the function of an Engineer (who developed the right side of the brain) is to put a building "upright", bridges, houses , etc. And they cannot in any way fall into great responsibility. The Architect (who developed the left brain) who is the Artist, his function is to bring beauty to the facades of buildings, bridges, houses, parks (when the specialization is landscaping), etc. Well, both complement each other. So much so that in a Faculty of Architecture, the student has some subjects from the Engineering Course. And the Plastic Artist? The same function of the Architect, to bring beauty to the world. Depicting its time, its historical period, often making us rethink some attitudes (which is the Current Modern Art). When a Modern Artist makes an entire Work out of garbage, we are reminded of the importance of recycling garbage. This is just an example. But, since Centuries, the function of every Artist is to reflect what is around him. Actors, Actresses, Filmmakers, Plastic Artists (which involves; sculpture, painting, kinetic art, modern art and all art related to the theme), Architects, Theater Directors, Fashion Designer - Fashion Creators (Stylists), Photographers , Musicians, Composers, Poets, Writers (excluding technical writing), dance of all kinds, ballet, which is a work of art in motion, having body expression as a technique, Olympic games (already watched), every athlete has expression body in movements, which is also Art, etc. (Excuse me Artists, if I didn't mention a profession). Everyone gives shape to something, that is, characters, buildings, sculptures, paintings (plastic arts in general), clothes, images, colors, sounds, words, visual image, body expression etc. Good Quality Entertainment (that bring some addition, it's the function), bring imagination to people, bring pleasure in appreciating what is Beautiful, bring moments of joy, moments of mental abstraction, a yoga moment, and tc Everyone does absolutely the same. Represent your Epoch, the Historical moment, bringing addition and making us rethink life. The Artist reflects Life. He is a "Mirror". In nature everything has a golden ratio or the golden ratio. All Artists stubbornly pursue the golden ratio. Which is also present in the Human Body. (Below, I'll leave the explanation). The Surgeon Physician, or the Plastic Surgeon Physician, also developed the left brain! Well, they are attentive to the small details of the human body, and are perfectionists in what they do and also excellent. They are Artists! Leonardo da Vinci studied human anatomy and many other Artists also studied. (The golden ratio). If you thought that Art is not essential, maybe you need to rethink your opinion. Well, another function of the Artist is to make Life lighter, as I said, to bring moments of abstraction, moments of breath, moments of yoga. Try to share this Moment with as many people as possible. To then move on, lighter. Wikipedia DEFINITION: Golden ratio half the sum of one with the square root of five - Golden ratio, golden number, golden number, golden section, golden ratio is an irrational algebraic real constant denoted by the Greek letter (PHI) in tribute to the sculptor Phideas (Phidias), who would have used it to design the Parthenon, and with the value rounded to three decimal places of 1.618. It is also called the golden section (from the Latin sectio aurea), golden ratio, golden ratio, average and extreme reason (Euclid), divine proportion, divine section (from the Latin sectio divina), proportion in extreme reason, division of extreme reason or golden excellence. The golden number is still often called Phidias reason. Since antiquity, the golden ratio has been used in art. Its use is frequent in Renaissance paintings, such as those by the master Giotto. This number is involved with the nature of growth. Phi (not to be confused with the Pi number) as the golden number is called, can be found approximately in man (the size of the phalanges, finger bones, for example), in hives, among countless other examples involving the order of growth in nature. Precisely because it is found in studies of growth, the gold number gained an "ideal" status, being targeted by researchers, artists and writers. The fact that it is supported by mathematics is what makes it fascinating. (To read + Articles 2020, 2021 Click Up on Article Archive, Click on the month, scroll down, and just read!)

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Inspiring Movie Review, To Catch a Thief Grace Kelly Cary Grant Alfred Hitchcock Humor Beauty Elegance Fashion and Stunning Landscapes Cary Grant .... John Robie (The Cat) Grace Kelly .... Frances Stevens Film based on the novel by David Dodge. Cary Grant is John Robie, a retired jewel thief who lives quietly on the Cotê d`Azur. And he is under suspicion of having committed several jewel thefts in Nice and Cannes. And he can only prove his innocence by catching the real culprit. But in the beautiful Cotê d`Azur he meets the stunning heiress Frances Stevens who is Grace Kelly, rich, bored, spoiled and enthusiastic and also curious about the reputation of John Robie ("The Cat"), Cary Grant. With gorgeous scenery. One of the most Elegant films, Hitchcock, knew what he was doing. Cary Grant and Gracy Kelly were together, actress and actor, some of the most elegant that ever passed through the cinema. They had natural Elegance. And beautiful! Gracy Kelly's costume was all designed by Edith Head, famous costume designer of the whole movie industry. And she had Gracy Kelly as her muse. Cary Grant, chose his own closet for the movie, because he was very elegant in real life, off screen. For the film Cary Grant found the red polka-dot scarf and the striped sweater in a local store. The scarf worn casually, tied around the neck in the style of a tie. This style was copied by many. The "look", entirely Casual, by Cary Grant. On his feet a CG handmade moccasin for Maxwell's, the pants of a suit. Very elegant. Look at Grace Kelly's "look" on the beach, with cat eye sunglasses, a light yellow swimsuit, and a scarf tied around her head in the same shade. Elegance on the beach. Grace Kelly's evening look is beautiful! She has class and a natural sense of Elegance, she seems to float, when she walks. Cary Grant in a tuxedo, lots of Elegance, natural. Innate Sense. The scene where Grace Kelly meets Cary Grant, in the lobby of the Hotel, she wears a black swimsuit, with a skirt-like beach outlet, a wide-brimmed hat (Flying Num), and a black turban. (One of Grace's signature pieces, made legendary by the future princess). In the picnic scene with the wonderful view of Monte Carlo, Grace Kelly wears a coral dress with white prints on the top (in perfect combination with the gloves) and with a pleated skirt and a coral scarf tied around her neck. Cary Grant with his usual Elegance. The scenes were improvised by the two, who were very much at ease with each other, (Hitchcock, approved). In the fireworks scene, both are in absolute classic elegance. Grace Kelly, is in a pearly white chiffon dress, with a magnificent diamond necklace. Cary Grant in a formal "look", which with all its Elegance, made it look, relaxed and fun. The clothes were a natural extension of himself (THIS IS THE BEST DEFINITION, FOR ELEGANCE). In the final scenes. We have a costume ball, held in a mansion on the Cote d'Azur.All the extras wore costumes in the style of Marie Antoinette's court (which I will talk about in another, article, about Sofia Coppola's film, made about Marie Antoinette). It was the most expensive scene that the stylist Edith Head had ever done. Grace Kelly, is dressed as "a fairy princess (Hitchcock's order). The ball gown, worn by her, with a huge gold mesh skirt, adorned with fabric birds and a gold mask, and on her head a gold wig (remember, all in the Marie Antoinette style). In an action scene, in which Cary Grant, walks on the roof ("The Cat'"), to prove his innocence. He wears black from head to toe, including a polo sweater. As the scene ends, he finishes the "look," with an elegant black coat, just in time for the final scene, on the terrace of his house in the hills, when he agrees to marry Frances (Grace Kelly). Cary Grant said, "I always went to work whistling." Evidently reflected, we saw all his Natural Elegance on the screen. Anyway, this film, shows, Natural Elegance in Cary Grant and Natural and Classical Elegance in Grace Kelly, mixed with Hitchcock's irresistible touch of English humor. And the stunning little City-State Monaco. You will be enchanted by such beauty in everything and everyone throughout the Film! (To read the previous Articles for 2021 and 2020 Click on FILES above - Click on the month and it will open the pages for that month, then scroll down and just read the articles)

 

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To Catch a Thief Movie Scenes Alfred Hitchcock
To Catch a Thief Movie Scenes

To Catch a Thief Movie Scenes Alfred Hitchcock
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