The interconnections exhibit at the Moma is truly breath taking. Upon entering the exhibit it can be a little overwhelming as there is so much going on. You have the giant room painted wall to wall ceiling to floor, along with miniature sculptures of visionary architecture. So many interesting pieces in the exhibit, but a couple of paintings really caught my eye one by Sanile Goje and another by Laurie Simmons. Laurie Simmons painting is titled the “Walking House” and Sandile Goje painting is titled “ The Meeting Of Two Cultures.” I was drawn to these two paintings mainly because of my love for history and social behavior.
Simultaneously, Ethel began to attract favorable news coverage of her own. She received a glowing review in International Studio which praised her sketches of Jewish life as found on Delancey and Hester Streets and among the pushcart markets at the Williamsburg Bridge and noted her facility in making friends with the children to study their games, aspects of her work that certainly deepened the love between her and Jerome, attracted as they were to the same things. And Jerome’s artist friends also contributed toward spreading his name and fame. During the 1905 winter exhibition of the Society of American Artists, Jerome showed his Shrine of St. Rocco prompting a young lawyer and aspiring art collector, George Acheson, soon to become one of Jerome’s steadfast patrons, to write to him: “At last I have seen the Shrine canvas and it is mighty impressive. You ought to be proud of having produced such a notable work.
In addition, there were pictures of personal letters written by Kalho that tells tales of who she was. The details of said letters was amazing, considering the age. The love letters had a beautiful red lip imprint at the bottom of the letter. Furthermore, I found it interesting that these letters were written in English. All around, this exhibit at the Fresno Art Museum was absolutely
Morticai Gerstein lives in western Massachusetts with his wife, Susan Yard Harris, who is also an illustrator. Discussion/ Display of Art Elements Mordicai’s breathtaking illustrations were inspired by the depth of the amazing World Trade Center. Shifting visual perspectives throughout the book give readers a dizzying sense of the height of the towers and the distance between them, while two fold-out pages dramatically extend this sense at the story’s climax. The pen-and-ink lines perfectly convey a feeling of walking on air, while the oil paintings that comprise the backdrop create a sense of time and place, from the dark blue, green, and purple hues of the New York City skyline at night to the light grays, blues, and whites of the daytime sky. Every page is ingeniously composed to help tell this unusual story, and
This is how she has been able to create all her crazy creations and has a lot more ideas to show to the public. Her sculptures are now recognized and prized by the world top collectors. When Lou first began to put beads in her abstract painting, her teachers, and
Taking art 1301 was one of the best decisions in my life, because I learned the true meaning of art, history plays a important part in art and there is art everywhere. I discovered that the art museum had so many great paintings and some of the artwork comes from the old times, like during the world war I and II , I did not know the museum would have amazing historical artwork. One thing I noticed is that some artist have created the same type of artwork they use one skill for all their paintings or statue for example Fred Wilson created the “ Were ancient Egyptians black,white,or brown” his artwork has the same faces created five time, but the only difference is the color of the statue. He used the same technics, which makes his art
The journal focussed on bringing European art to Russia and held many exhibitions to educate society about issues in the artistic sphere. In 1905-1906 World of Art exhibitions, Bakst became known for the settings which he created for them. He illustrated many visuals for their magazine, drawing him praise and popularity. Until the end of the century, he continued to paint and receive commissions, the most famous is the portrait of the dancer Isadora Duncan in ink, dating from her Russian tour in 1908, is typical of his works depicting sensual and flowing movement. Through influence of Mir iskusstva Bakst was attracted to oriental style; and motifs from ancient Greece and Egypt, this influence soon became signatures in his paintings and theoretical work.
De La Cruz was careful in the way he painted the garments. It can be deduced that he spent a good amount of time painting the individual textures, patterns, flowers, and lacework. This great attention to detail shows that the 17th Century painters loved details and thought it was important to drawing attention to their work.The rich, delicate and carefully painted garments with textures and pattern lets the viewers get lost in their work as they take note of each stitch or design. And finally the way de La Cruz painted the fortune teller’s face is to be admired. The deep lines along her face and neck is so life like making her realistic and laboriously observed.
When the viewer observes the great detail and realistic colors entwined in the painting, it is seen as a work of art. The work obviously has so much input and time involved, along with the devotion Tim had to the project, it is a wonderful piece. The photographic resemblance leave people in awe. Vermeer was even considered one the the greatest painters because of this. When the idea that tools were used to create this effect, the majestic wonder is almost striped from the oil painting.
Specifically, the optimal course of action is to showcase the original Mona Lisa with a short-term feature in a museum at multiple locations and sell the poster reproductions of Mona Lisa in a gift shop alongside the venue. When the original painting is presented as a rare and unique showcasing, people are more inclined to feel curious and bring themselves to learn more. The museum nurtures that curiosity by providing educational presentations, workshops, and activities designed to engage the visitors with the artwork. From there, the Mona Lisa builds its cult value due to the increased appreciation and acknowledgement of its existence as an authentic piece. Going off of this newfound appreciation, the posters are presented as a memento of the experience, utilizing its exhibition value to show off the painting and increase the Mona Lisa’s exposure and longevity.