Fine Studio Arts and Music
FineStudio Arts and Music
Finestudio Arts is a discipline which incorporates the creativity of anindividual or artist into both plastic and visual media. This fieldmakes use of the traditional fine arts media such as sculpture,painting and drawing and it also utilizes upcoming modern media suchas digital images, ceramics and textile. Other in the context ofmodern media is the maintenance and management of studios,perspective and composition and the theory of art and color (Colwell56). Since the ancient time music it is notable that music artisthave made use of the studio arts concepts in creating perfect andenjoyable music to suit their audience. Examining and exploring themusic trends for over decades the use of modern media technologiesnotably in the composition and performances is evident.
Studioarts and music has been integrated in many aspects and gives acreative expression in fussing studio arts and music programs ingeneral. There is increased concern in the development of creativeinterest between music artists and those engaging in studio artsexpertise. Visual art is a major component of fine studio arts and itgives artist opportunity of personal development in their musiccareer and this is the reason why music artist who perform indifferent genealogical periods notably centuries had differentexpression of ideas as well as their way of examining identity(Colwell 205). Visual art exhibition of different periods can be usedto deduce different interpretation of life and day to day experienceof artists. This is evident in the transformation of music overtimefrom the romantic, classical, impressionism, serialism, andnationalism periods of music transformations.
Artworkproduction design process
Visualsign language forms the foundation of a studio artist whichfacilitates the appropriate use of perception, shape, color and line.Variety of mediums is adopted in the design and it includes arthistory i.e. the art history of music. It is important for studioartist to have good understanding of the studio fundamentals and theability to have a unique way of putting self-expression in anyproject undertakings. The art movement of music in the western worldhas an evident integrated studio art works and it greatly influencedthe music styles of each period and the adopted specific artisticstyles. Studio Arts facilitates the recognition of individualpersonal potentials in art making developments (Colwell 126).
Thereis establishment of effective art practices focusing mainly on theart making through the adoption of appropriate designs for the artistor students folio of artwork production. Studio practice is a coremajor area of concern putting emphasis in coming up with a model thatsupports an artwork i.e. music practice. Analysis of visual artworksenables one to investigate and determine individual artist’ssources of inspiration in music composition and their art makinginfluences.
Materials,processes and techniques use by music artist are determined andcompared to the extent to which it has created aesthetic qualities.It is notable that music artists have developed styles which aregreatly influenced by cultural identity. Therefore it is important tounderstand and get informed of the influences that support the artistadopted process of art making. Studies of artists from various partsof the world provide an understanding on how their personal interestis related to the source of an art making inspiration. The artelement of studying styles and ideas in musical artworks of differentcultures and times artists is basically the tone and the soundsproduced (Colwell 431). Scale, space and music repetitions are thevisual principles which are also studied. These elements andprinciples have a greater influence to the artist communication ofideas, styles as well as the aesthetic qualities.
Studioproduction basically the implementation of the artist design processin a specific artwork. As the individual design process has beenestablished there is a potential solution or a direction. To achievethis there must be an identified area of creativity to be exploredand this is where the design process is put into use. In the case ofmusic, the artist has to evaluate, analyze and perform recordstrialing to ensure that the art practice communicate the desire goalsor intended ideas. The ascribed direction is streamlined for thepurpose of developing finished artworks. Studio arts specialiststudies the work practices, approaches and processes of the artmaking through an analysis of the intended audience response stimuliand the appropriateness in the use of materials and techniques suchas photographs, video instruments and sound systems to be used(Colwell 795). Another area of concern is the consideration of theemerging issues in the use of other artist’s works in the processof developing or creating a new artwork.
Thedesign process of any studio production has to be developed such thatall the potential direction established can be integrated whenevernecessary adjustment is required. The key major concepts underlyingis the focus on the inspirational sources, subject matter of theproduction, aesthetic qualities, idea development and the appropriateuse of materials and techniques. It can be argued that the notablemusic evolution in the context of studio development both intraditional and modern scenarios is attributed to the evolution ofthe individual artist’s evolution of potential directions duringdifferent times. The chosen direction has to be critically analyzedbefore ascribing to one since it should be in line with thedevelopment of the artwork. This means that the chosen direction of amusic production is selected based on its appropriateness toeffectively communicate ideas, concepts and aesthetics designedearlier.
Studioart practices and styles
Thisputs emphasis on the professional art practices in relation to themusic art as well as the specific developed artwork style. It isimportant to examine ways and styles adopted for correctinterpretation of influences, subject matter, meanings and thecultural contexts of the music artwork. This is executed by carryingout a review of ethical, legal obligations and issues emerging fromthe produced music artwork. The key major areas of concern under thisinclude moral rights of the artist, copyright laws, artworkoriginality and licensing agreements (Colwell 950). This will enhanceunderstanding of the various noted selected forms or type of musicfrom different historical times and cultures.
Artindustry contexts studio production
Thisencompasses production of final completed artworks and it isaccompanied by visual as well as written documentation. The purposeof documentation is to show and illustrate how the chosen potentialdirection was implemented in producing an artwork. The artwork has tobe a true presentation of the effective application of tools,materials, aesthetic qualities in coming up with the finished artwork(Colwell 326). The artists participation in the industry is examinedfocusing on the exhibition spaces available and the considerations inregard to preparations, presentations and the conservation of thefinished artwork. The cohesive folio will demonstrate the relation ofthe finished artwork and the identified interpretations exhibited. Inthe context of music artwork the exhibited interpretations can bededuced from the music theme, aesthetics and the used techniques andmaterials. The audience should be able to realize and understand theartist intended communication ideas in the final artworks.
Thisrequires the artist to take some time to focus and reflect on theirfinal artworks and evaluate them. What is important under this is acareful examination of the written and visual documentation providedearlier. Focus should be put on the artwork production with a clearreason for the adopted potential direction. The examination shallinvolve communication of the ideas reflection, techniques andmaterial use, underlying aesthetics in relation to the finalizedartwork desired objectives (Colwell 1029). The aim of reflection andevaluation is to facilitate the decision on how the final artworkshall be presented being consistent with the individual designprocess. It can also trigger further adjustments aiming to refinefurther the techniques and skills employed which might be of use infuture artworks.
Finallyis the investigation of the conditions and appropriate environmentfor the effective presentation of the artwork. This requires theartist to have extensive knowledge of the specific art industry. Inthe context of the music industry music promoters and designers willhave a greater role to play in order to have good presentation andpromoting the music artwork.
RichardColwell, Carol Richardson. TheNew Handbook of Research on Music Teaching and Learning: A Project ofthe Music Educators National Conference.Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002.