Week Six: Artist Interview – Labyrinth

I found my favorite art piece so far this week. It is called “Labyrinth” by Angel G. Franco, Isaiah Ulloa, and Juan Martin. The “Labyrinth” as you can see is a deer-shaped, foam-carved, sculpture. What stumps me the most about this artwork is the name, “Labyrinth.” The definition of labyrinth, according to Google, is “a complicated, irregular network of passages or paths in which it is difficult to find one’s way.” I can see where “complication” and “network of passages” would come into play–seeing as how the texture is a course of different steps, declines, and patterns. What I like most about this sculpture was knowing how much talent and time it took these three artist to create such a piece. The craftsmanship is clear in the sculpture and impresses me still.



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