The Art of Redemption
About This Show
The Art of Redemption Radio -Where we Investigate the link between worldview and art
In this show the hosts Cody Anderson, Daniel Uptain, and Roy Uptain examine the Arts from a biblical perspective. We take on many different philosophical and theological views and line them up with The Scripture. We pull out the error and fallacy of the secular worldview that lies within all forms of The Arts. In doing this we examine how we are to view these arts as followers of Christ and how we need to engage our culture around us. These areas of The Arts include but are not limited to: movies, music, literature, paintings, drawings, digital, and graphic design.
Most Recent Episode
EP. 031.5 Formalistic Art Series: Color - ABC's & 1 2 3's of art
7 days ago
The week in the Formalistic Art Series we talk about Color. How important is color? What does it communicate? Why do we use it? Why do some colors draw us in while others don't pull our interest much? All these questions and more we talk about... In this episode we talk about the color wheel and its Primary, Secondary and Tertiary colors gamut. How these colors are used in art is important because color and tones of color communicate just as much as words do. How color is seen sets the mood, the feeling, the vibe of the piece of art. Color can be used well and it can be used not so good. We start of with Any Worhal and his Brillobox design. How he used basics in art to create a unique and compelling product. Though simple and basic it communicates. We talk about The Watchman, and specifically Dr. Manhattan when reflecting on the past while on Mars. We talk about a painting done by Roy Lichtenstein called Wonder Woman as well. As we look at these pieces we compare the mood and feel just based on color. How can you tell a Marvel Superhero or DC Superhero apart from the rest? Primary colors are the focus of Captain America, Wonder Woman, Ironman, and Superman. In contrast if you take the graphic novel The Watchman you'll get a completely different color gamut, and that being Tertiary colors. The illustrator uses a different color gamut to communicate in this graphic novel the feel and the essence of this piece of art. We finish off with talking about The Lord of the Rings. There is an overarching feel through the movies of