Art of a Culture

Natural Art

The Art of Ice and Snow

Children who live in areas with four distinct seasons often find they love the outdoors for many different reasons, and celebrating each season gives them...

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Exploring Green Art

Color is a large part of art in many cultures, but green art does not refer to color. It is part of the growing movement...

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Studying Culture through Art

There are always people who have the urge to travel and see foreign lands, and modern society has made it easier and less expensive for...

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Art of the Tropics

While much of the vegetation in the tropics comes in variations of green, the fruits and vegetables are often brightly colored. Vibrant yellow bananas, velvety...

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Other Cultural Arts

Not all artists in any given culture will paint or draw, and this is reflected in the art of many cultures. In many areas, wood...

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The Art of Colder Climates

For those who have seen the beauty of an ice storm, there is little need to explain some of the art of people from colder...

In ancient times, groups of people banded together in geographical areas and formed villages. This trend expanded as populations grew, and unique cultures developed all over the world. Much of the cultural heritage of people came from the natural landscape around them, and this is often reflected in their arts. Those who grew up in tropical island nations developed themes that reflected the water and land, and many of their colors were centered on the fruits and vegetables that grew in their area.

There are colder countries that contain ice and snow for a good part of the year, and their arts are very different from their tropical cousins. While the ocean could still be a part of their art, it would reflect the darker colors that surround them. Fruits and vegetables in these areas would not be the neon bright colors found in the tropics, and this would affect their art choices as well. This is a large part of how cultural art develops.