The one art piece I selected this week did not have a title. It was two pictures set next to each other. The artists of the pieces were not available this week either, so this means the art is open to my interpretation alone. I selected this piece because I enjoyed the scenery very much. […]Read more "Week Five: Gallery Walk – The Photographic Condition"
This week I had the pleasure of talking to and getting to know Juventino Cisneros. He is in his second year, dorming at CSULB, and is majoring in mechanical engineering (just like me). He chose to go to this school because he really likes Long Beach. Juventino was born in Mexico and came to the […]Read more "Week Five: Classmate Interview – Juventino Cisneros"
This week I had the pleasure of meeting Steven who it turns out, is also in my Communications class. We got along well, walking through the gallery, trying to interpret each art piece. The one that we both liked the most was the room completely covered in pink fur with large medal hooks hanging from […]Read more "Week Four: Classmate Interview – Steven Le stevenkle.wordpress.com"
This week, I also interviewed an artist named Maccabee Shelley. I had never seen artwork like his before. All of his pieces (or at least a large majority of them) were made out of glass. He does not title his art pieces, but rather leaves them open for interpretation. At one point someone asked, “Why […]Read more "Week Four: Artist Interview – Macabee Shelley http://maccabeeshelley.com/"
This week’s activity was plaster casting. I went with two of my friends, Adriana Macias, and Christopher Fisher. I brought a Home Depot bucket from home and we drove in my Jeep down beach boulevard. We stopped by The Home Depot on the way to pick up the plaster which was a $6.78, just enough […]Read more "Week Four: Plaster Casting – My Hand"
This week I got to meet Kseniya! She was very polite and while she prefers surrealism, she always has interesting insights about each modern art piece. While talking to her I learned that she was born and lived in Ukraine. Though she travels a lots, she hates airplanes. She has a dog named Max who […]Read more "Week Two: Classmate Conversation-Kseniya Meshcheryakovo"
This week’s art piece is “When We Are All Robots, We Will Still Gaze At The Stars.” Being an avid outdoorsman, this piece specifically caught my attention as we walked through the gallery. I first noticed the silvery sheet making up most of the tent. It’s a survival blanket. It wasn’t till I read the […]Read more "Week Two: Artist-Bridget Batch"