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Caption: Fourth-graders experimented with chalk pastels, using Moe Brooker's visual vocabulary as a springboard for a wide variety of nonobjective drawings.
greatly concerned with the implications of man's way of life; the other, the abstract and nonobjective, absorbed in its own plastic problems, and not involved with the human prospect.
It is the nonobjective or inflammatory statement that a particular brand/model of computer software or hardware is, without a doubt, better than others.
6, the phrases "material adverse change" and "failure to maintain satisfactory operations" are given as examples of nonobjective clauses.
Influenced at first by cubism, Mondrian developed a progressively linear, nonobjective style, known as neoplasticism.
Cosio and Reyes explore the idiom of nonobjective painting in their recent works by turns through a refinement and recapitulation of their previous gestural styles, as well as a spirit of experimentation in technique and articulation.
His works are neither entirely nonobjective nor nonrepresentational in the traditional sense, however; they play with decorative motifs and other pictorial elements.
Also being shown is an exhibit of nonobjective work by the center's namesake, Maude I.
Students will create a nonobjective painting with multiple media.
Rounding out the set, "Time Indefinite" offers yet another conceptual detour as a film intended to chronicle marital bliss instead finds McElwee coping with family tragedy, while "Six O'Clock News" investigates the real people behind nightly news stories, contrasting the "reality" of McElwee's patently nonobjective style with soundbite-driven, retake-permissive standards of TV newsgathering.
His nonobjective acrylic paintings were visions of forms and shapes representing attitudes and ideas from his personal environment.
For Western observers, the bias was esthetic: with the triumph of abstract art in the noncommunist world in the years following World War II, avant garde artists and the influential critics who promoted them dismissed Stalinist romantic realism as retrograde compared to the nonobjective art of the "progressive" West.