Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Art, a Quiz, and Lost Ideas

Yeah, so here you have a person who envisioned pushing down her form two art teacher down the steps taking a quiz on (drum rolls please) art. It's all HelloQuizzy's fault. They have so many quizzes and they're all fun, and especially good when you have nothing profound to say but want to blog anyway (Well, there usually isn't anything profound that I would say but... )

And besides, the blog needed some colour.

Your result for What Your Taste in Art Says About You Test...

Extroverted, Progressive, and Intelligent

5 Cubist, -5 Islamic, -5 Ukiyo-e, 3 Impressionist, 2 Abstract and -19 Renaissance!

Cubism was a 20th century avant-garde movement, pioneered by Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque. It revolutionized European art and inspired changes in music and literature. The first branch of cubism, known as Analytic Cubism. It was both radical and influential as a short but highly significant art movement between 1908 and 1911 mainly in France. In its second phase, Synthetic Cubism, (using synthetic materials in the art) the movement spread and remained vital until around 1919.

People that chose Cubist paintings as their favorite art form tend to be very individualized people. They are more extroverted and less afraid of speaking their opinions then other people. They tend to be progressive and are very forward thinking. As the cubist painting is like looking into a shattered mirror where you can see different angles of the images, the people that prefer these paintings like looking at all angles of a problem. These people are intelligent and they are the transformers of our generation. They look beyond what is seen into what things could become. They are ready to leave the ideas of the past behind and look at what the future has to offer.

Take What Your Taste in Art Says About You Test
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Hmm... very interesting.


  1. I'm not at all surprised with your result. I did this a little while ago..let me see what my result was..Non-conformist, Visionary, and Independent.

    That makes sense.

  2. Just tried this, i'm a; Non-conformist, Visionary, and Independent

    16 Abstract, -5 Islamic, -8 Ukiyo-e, 14 Cubist, -7 Impressionist and -24 Renaissance!

  3. I'm traditional, vibrant and tasteful. Apparently I really like Islamic art, which is not something I was really aware of. But I did know that I'm mostly a traditionalist when it comes to art, and I knew I really liked renaissance art. Most of the art I've bought and what I paint is traditional in its design. Although I do like some modern paintings, but not that many!

  4. Orhan: The word 'extroverted' threw me off for a while. Just read what yours had to say and I agree, yours surely makes sense :)

    Kartik: Cool... The description's pretty close, isn't it?

    Aunty: I guess none of us here could have guessed correctly what we would get. I thought mine was abstract all along, turns out, i'm into cubism! Well, at least the results aren't too far off :)

  5. I'd like to think so :D

  6. I got Renaissance mostly.

    People that like Renaissance paintings like things that are more challenging. They tend to have a high emotional stability. They also tend to be more concientious then average. They have a basic understanding of human nature and therefore are not easily surprised by anything that people may do. They enjoy life and enjoy living. They are very aware of their own mortality but do not dwell on the end but what they are doing in the present. They enjoy learning, but may tend to be a bit more closed minded to new ideas as they feel that the viewpoint they have has been well researched and considered. These people are more old fashioned and not quite as progressive. They enjoy the finer things in life like comfort, a good meal, and homelife. They tend to be more spiritual or religious by nature. They are open to new aesthetic experiences.


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