Nordstrom’s store interior design has a traditional wood, elegant appearance and, at the same time, conventional. From the main entrance, people can appreciate the illuminated interior lights of Nordstrom with its picturesque windows placed on both sides of the door where they used to collocate inanimate mannequins dressed in the last attire of the season; a festive recreation to enhance consumerism or, Nordstrom’s’ magazines postcards. The retailer entrance is like a short tunnel, an abstract or geometric museum painting that magnetizes people to discover their merchandise variety. At the end of the entrance, in the form of the mini art exhibition tunnel, people can find an empty corridor of merchandise that give people a sensation, a wider and more orderly view of the store, which takes people to the heart of Nordstrom store, the stairs.
I enjoy promoting local artistry and craft, so I was enthused to view her exhibit, Natalie Grant: The Brothers Grimm. The museum itself is welcoming and bright. The skylights and windows found throughout The Blanton breathe life into the viewers, as well as the works themselves. The calm and serene atmosphere is only aided by the deafening silence that can be found in every room you set foot. However, as you enter Natalie Grant’s exhibit, the peaceful voyage you have set upon will abruptly enter the eye of a dark and violent storm.
Some of the floors were covered in carpets, but most were still covered in straw. The carpets were made with wool from the Holy Land. Artists were hired to paint the inside walls making the castle seem brighter and it added color to the stone walls. Some new design tactics in concentric castles were round keeps, which eliminated weak spots so it was harder to break into. An inner high wall was introduced to further protect the keep.
Response paper #1 Recently I took a tour of the James E. Lewis Museum of art located in Baltimore, MD. This museum is a part of Morgan State University fine arts building. As I walked into the museum I notice the beautiful entrance that consist of sculptures of very important people in history. In addition I was amazed by the infrastructure of the museum and the setup of the lighting in the museum.
Based on the image, I think Romero might feel that cars are a very important thing to people, and that most people love their cars very much. The artist uses a lot of different colors, it makes sense because in Los angeles there is a lot of variety in anything; food, people, religion, culture, etc. In the painting, there is not only different colors, but there is also different types of
Her paintings are like cheerful laughers on a beautiful day. As with other years, Baltimore Art, Antique & Jewelry Show laid out the red carpets for guests and collectors. The red carpet paved the path to amazing artworks by old masters and exceptional young artists. Kendal Fine Art was a major point of attraction for art collectors and art lovers who were interested in the works of old and new masters.
The art work Black Tulips and Vase is one of my favorite art pieces from him, the art piece is an abstract and representational kind of art; this artwork was made with color silkscreen with tar-like texture on 4-ply museum board, The art work has been accepted very well to the public, also very known to many people. Some people are still purchasing his art more on the pricey side but not as bad as other art. I love how the art is just black and white I can see this art a home or office, it has lots of meaning to it. I can see how many people set great reviews on this canvas. Robertson Smithson was an amazing artist who has passed away, he worked a little over 10 years before he past away.
This is pretty large piece and basically a life sized portrait of Klingen. I really liked the scale of this piece. It allowed me to see how much detail there was in the piece, especially in the hair and face. The piece is dynamic, due to the curved lines coming from the window shadows, the soft body curves of Klingen herself and the curved creases on the bed and pillows. The piece is slightly unbalanced from left to right.
Yet, Velazquez 's Man with a Wine Glass (1599-1600) still remains and has caught a hold of my curiosity. Everything about Velazquez 's style and workmanship is clearly represented in his use of the painterly brushstrokes and colors. Velazquez, make many other artist that we have or have yet to discuss in class, have made me stop to really obsess over the beauty of each of other works. Man with a Wine Glass is no exception to that statement, which is even more enhanced by the level of description the docent went into. The more she spoke about the cheery smile and the richness of the contrasting lights and darks, the more I felt welcomed to join this individual in his liveliness.
Before this I had never attended a classical concert, so this was a new experience for me. This concert was worthwhile because not only was it affordable, it was also great for the price. Each song made me feel different, I could sense the emotion coming from these songs and the way the musicians played together added a feeling of satisfactory altogether. The venue had a large impact on the performance. The Nightingale Concert Hall provided great acoustics for the performances and fit well with the overall style of the concert.
domes, and spiral stairs. These features would not only draw attention to the public building due to their aesthetic properties, but they would also make the museum iconic by adding size to the monument. Size is important because the bigger the building the harder it will be to overlook or to demolish. To increase my chances of attaining public office building a monument that employs Roman architectural design is essential.
The human form has been depicted artistically in various ways throughout history. The Greeks' obsession with the form human body dates as far back as 3,000 B.C. The marble figurines in the Cycladic Museum were created over 5,000 years ago. The actual meaning of these figurines remains unknown as written material about them has yet to be found. The sculptures focused on the form of female human beings.