On the Internet, there’s a lot of freedom in doing pretty much anything. There’s not a lot of fear because most people are using images and audio without monetary benefits. You can feel empowered because you’re making something that can be considered better than the original. A risk is that you have a chance of […]Read More Wk 15 – Art Experience – Remix is the Art of Your Time!
My experience was okay at the very least. I think it would have been better if the pandemic didn’t happen and I could actually go somewhere to do the actual graffiti art. I had very limited art supplies. All I had was highlighters and pens. I’m not at my home, so I don’t have access […]Read More Wk 14 – Art Experience – The Street is a great place for Art
My idea was to make a cute little person. The materials I chose were various cardboard packaging. I just used the food packaging that I had since I usually eat from these brands. I think I was able to express my idea from my piece. There are key facial features such as eyes, nose, and […]Read More Wk 13 – Art Experience – Art can be Sustainable?
I’m going to be using the game Animal Crossing: New Horizons for my art gallery. The organizing principles of my art gallery are creativity and beauty. Those were also the ideas that I was trying to explore. I picked the 3 artists I will be presenting because their work really caught my eye, and I […]Read More Wk 12 – Art Experience – The Internet is an Art Gallery
My goal with my video was to just tell people about what I usually do on my days during the shelter in place. I think I accomplished my goal because I had multiple clips of me doing the activities I do on a daily basis now. Next time, I would remember to film in landscape […]Read More Wk 11 – Art Experience – Being Yourself can be Art
Artist: Mahsa SoroudiExhibition: Nature’s CadenceMedia: PlantsGallery: N/AWebsite: mahsasoroudi.com/plant-showInstagram: N/A Mahsa Soroudi was born in the huge metropolitan city of Tehran, Iran in 1981 to her parents who were interested in different forms of art. Her dad was a painter with his very own painting academy. Soroudi always had a connection with art because of her parents. Her childhood […]Read More Wk 10 – Artist Conversation – Mahsa Soroudi
I didn’t have anyone to do this art activity with because of the coronavirus quarantine, so it was hard to take a picture of me doing the project, but I did do it with two hands on the highlighters. I used a pink and purple highlighter to this activity because those were the only colourful […]Read More Wk 10 – Art Experience – Art is a good way to Talk to Your Brain!
Why do you look at me in that wayIt’s like you just saw me todayYou ask me if I’m okayI say that I’m fine, just thinkingYour face turned awayIt feels like I’m sinking In another world, you would have dug furtherMy days wouldn’t be blueMy heart wouldn’t feel murderedIf I was her, I would be […]Read More Wk 8 – Art Experience – Your Realism is getting in the way of my Romanticism!
Artist: Sophia GreccoExhibition: Lucky Places for a GraveMedia: Illustration, WatercolourGallery: CSULB School of Art, Dr. Maxine Merlino GalleryWebsite: Sijgrecco.wixsite.comInstagram: Sogriart Sophia Grecco is currently attending California State University Long Beach and is in her last year. She’s working on her Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) degree in the School of Art’s Illustration program. Sophia decided to pursue her major because she […]Read More Wk 8 – Artist Conversation – Sophia Grecco
I rarely ever wear make up, so for this activity, I decided to change it up and wear some. I don’t know how to do make up, so I asked my friend, Stephanie, to help me out. I arrived at her place early before we went to eat lunch. She quickly did a simple look […]Read More Wk 7 – Art Experience – We Need to Talk About Beauty