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Let us critique Buzz's modernist style art! Mixed media and recycled materials indicate Buzz is a dog of today, not using the tools of the past, such as paints and pencils. I like the monochromatic bright orange of the foreground material, a warm color which stands for a beagle's boundless energy. The hole and the human face peering through it must represent the occasional intrusion of human will over the dog's will. But as you can see, only part of the human is visible, not even the part that gives treats; the obscured mouth could signify unclear communication (or perhaps an unwillingness on the part of Buzz to really understand what is being said). Truly, this piece is one of Buzz's defiance and revolution!
 

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Originally Posted By: EveLet us critique Buzz's modernist style art! Mixed media and recycled materials indicate Buzz is a dog of today, not using the tools of the past, such as paints and pencils. I like the monochromatic bright orange of the foreground material, a warm color which stands for a beagle's boundless energy. The hole and the human face peering through it must represent the occasional intrusion of human will over the dog's will. But as you can see, only part of the human is visible, not even the part that gives treats; the obscured mouth could signify unclear communication (or perhaps an unwillingness on the part of Buzz to really understand what is being said). Truly, this piece is one of Buzz's defiance and revolution!
Okay, Eve, you must do this (or something like it) for a living... that is hilarious! I'll have to tell Buzz how defiant and revolutionary he is!!
 
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