M. Novosad

AP 2D (Breadth)


AP 2D (Concentration)

What is the central idea of your concentration?

This concentration “On Auras” aims to show how the supposed colors of auras and their meanings relate to people and their actions. It has been scientifically proven that all living things have their own energy and that it surrounds them. That is the essence of what auras are: energy.  Each picture shows a different aura color, and each has a different meaning.

How does the work in your concentration demonstrate the exploration of your idea? (Specific images are referenced by the image numbers)

With this concentration I wanted to show what each aura means through the settings of each picture and the various expressions of my models. One’s aura is a portrayal of what is going on inside their head or who they are as a person at a specific time. In #5 her aura is dark blue meaning that she is overcome with fear—in this case of self-expression. In image 10 his aura is light blue, which means the person is calm and can easily express themselves. The orange aura (#1) is said to show vitality, vigor, and courageousness. The yellow aura (#11) shows creativity, playfulness, and curiosity. The yellow-green aura (#6) represents a passionate and communicative person; the green aura (#12) exudes nature, growth, and balance; and the dark green aura (#9) shows that a person is full of jealousy, low self-esteem, and resentment. The violet aura (#2) represents a person who is a visionary, or divine wisdom and enlightenment. The white aura (#3) shows a person who is transcendent, as well as full of purity and unity. The red aura (#4) is full of anger, as shown through the model’s expression. The silver aura (#7) shows abundance and a nurturing spirit. The pink aura (#8) shows a person who is full of compassion and affection. All of these auras are unique in their own way, much like the people they surround.

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