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Title:Les kot likovno izrazno sredstvo
Authors:Slapšak, Simona (Author)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Abstract:V diplomskem delu z naslovom Les kot likovno izrazno sredstvo smo se osredotočili na raziskovanje problematike oblikovanja in izdelovanja nakitnega okrasja iz lesa. K izboru raziskovalnega problema diplomskega dela je vplivalo predvsem naše dosedanje poznavanje materiala in naklonjenost unikatno oblikovanemu nakitu. Izbrana tematika je obravnavana s strokovno-teoretičnega in likovno-praktičnega vidika. Uporabljene so deskriptivna, komparativna, zgodovinska ter eksperimentalna raziskovalna metoda. Teoretični del je usmerjen k predstavitvi lesa kot materiala; tehnologije lesa – postopki obdelave in preoblikovanja lesa, simbolni pomen lesa in dreves, raziskovanje zgodovine krašenja človeškega telesa, funkcije in simbolnega pomena nakita. Raziskani so tudi likovni vidiki in odnosi likovnih spremenljivk do nakitnega okrasja. Teoretični del zaključujemo s predstavitvijo sodobnih oblikovalcev in ustvarjalcev nakita. Teoretičnemu delu sledi likovno-praktični del, v katerem smo se osredotočili na avtorsko oblikovan lesen nakit. V skladu z zastavljenimi hipotezami je ugotovljena likovna zanimivost samega materiala kot izhodišče za oblikovanje nakita, ki ga lahko z različnimi tehnološkimi postopki preoblikujemo in tako vplivamo na njegovo kvaliteto in izraznost. Les lahko v odnosu in kombinaciji z ostalimi materiali izgubi svojo prvotno izrazno moč in pomen.
Keywords:Les, lesen nakit, energija lesa, amulet, likovne spremenljivke, prostorski križ, tehnologija lesa.
Year of publishing:2016
Publisher:[S. Slapšak]
Source:Maribor
UDC:745.5(043.2)
COBISS_ID:22552584 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:6WSSXPCG
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Language:English
Title:Wood as an art expressive means
Abstract:In the graduation thesis titled Wood as an art expressive means, we focused on researching the problems of designing and manufacturing wood jewellery ornaments. The choice of the research problem of our graduation thesis was mainly influenced by our knowledge of the material up to this point, and our fondness for uniquely designed jewellery. The selected subject is discussed from professionally-theoretical and practical-artistic perspective. We used descriptive, comparative, historical, and experimental research methods. The theoretical part is focused on the presentation of wood as a material; and technology of wood: wood processing and transformation procedures, symbolic meaning of wood and trees, researching the history of decorating the human body, functions, and symbolic meaning of jewellery. We also researched artistic perspectives and relations of artistic variables toward jewellery ornaments. The theoretical part is concluded with the presentation of the modern jewellery designers and creators. The theoretical part is followed by practical part in which we focused on copyright designed wood jewellery. In accordance with the set up hypotheses, artistic attraction of the material itself was established as a starting point for jewellery designing, which can be – using various technological procedures – transformed, and therefore we can influence its quality and expressiveness. In relationship and in combination with other materials, wood can lose its original strength and importance.
Keywords:Wood, wooden jewellery, energy of wood, amulet, artistic variables, spatial cross, technology of wood.


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