1. Reflect upon the fact that the art you explored this week was done

Question: 1. Reflect upon the fact that the art you explored this week was done approximately 22,000 years ago. Think about this pragmatically at first-look at the beauty of the line, the way natural pigments were used (either drawn onto surface or blown through a hollow reed onto surface (like an early spray can). You might even pick up a pencil, pen or piece ofSee the answerSee the answerSee the answer done loadingShow transcribed image textNote-* According to the guidelines, experts can only answer the first question. Answer:- 1)- Humans have an extensive history where the people I know have consistently developed the sense of evolving through the cultures and providing adequate develo…View the full answerTranscribed image text: 1. Reflect upon the fact that the art you explored this week was done approximately 22,000 years ago. Think about this pragmatically at first-look at the beauty of the line, the way natural pigments were used (either drawn onto surface or blown through a hollow reed onto surface (like an early spray can). You might even pick up a pencil, pen or piece of charcoal from a bonfire and try to recreate one of the animals from these caves. I do this exercise with my Drawing I students and they are always amazed by how refined and naturalistic the Paleolithic images are and the difficulty they have achieving an equally refined and naturalistic image. Now, think about this philosophically. We certainly see ourselves as advanced in terms of technology and civilization in general but are we? What have we lost (if anything) in the 22,000 years after these cave paintings were done. There is clearly no right or wrong answers to these queries but I just want you to think deeply, reflect, think about the shared humanity that connects us across this bridge of 22.000 years. 2. Scholars are fairly certain that shaman were adult males that were born with some physical irregularity. Remains have been found which show evidence of scoliosis or missing fingers, club feet, etc…. Why do you think they held this special place in the Paleolithic community? Can you think of any contemporary comparison?