Sprinting towards Week 13 in Art 110, I had finally met the wonderful and charismatic Antonio Lavermon!
This week in Art 110, the galleries were filled with beautiful paintings and drawings. Just like last week, I really enjoyed seeing paintings in the galleries. All of these artists showed such intricate designs within their paintings and just the amount of detail they had put in stunned me.
This week, I had found a big interest in “Untitled Landscape IV” by Sarah Walsh.
Dark art exhibits seem to always catch my eye! Already on week 10, I have already written about a few art exhibits that showcase art works in the dark. Drawn like a moth to a light, I decided to do my artist conversation on Haneul Park’s neon sign and pig art.
Collectively as an exhibit, this was the most unique and interesting. The name of the exhibit is called Kingdom at Hand. This whole exhibit had a very distinct theme. Based on the name, each art work revolved around Christianity and God. As a Christian, I thought this was really intriguing because I have never seen a whole exhibit dedicated to Christianity. Each piece had its own flair and style with its own message and passage. I picked a piece by Haru Shafer called The Great Banquet.
I am actually out of town right now and I had to resort to filming on my webcam. Wish I could actually put something together, but because of the timing, I am just using my laptop. Hopefully I covered a good amount about me! I shared several facts that I think would make a general overview of what I like to do and what I like.
Here’s my Vlog about me!
My about page:
Totally freaking out about my speech next class, I was sitting down on one of those giant slabs of rock, outside the galleries. The Angelic Angelica had approached me with a smile and a notebook ready.
This brings me to my next Classmate Conversation this week in Art 110. Continue reading