I think sketching drinks, trees, and real people wasn’t as fun as I thought. It was a lot more frustrating. If I were to draw something I wanted though, then it would be fun. I like doodling animals and my original characters. I also like drawing fictional characters. I do like drawing, but only drawing […]Read More Wk 4 – Art Experience – Drawing is Language
Our Art’s form is monochrome, rough, and simple with minimalist qualities. The escalator is also big, so you can see it even from a distance. It’s also somewhat rusted due to years of use. Its aesthetics can be described as pleasant because you see all the people going on the Art. They’re using it to […]Read More Wk 3 – Art Experience – You can Find Art Anywhere!
Surprisingly, the experience was very relaxing. I started off not really expecting much except maybe getting the work done. I was expecting like just hand prints everywhere, but I started to do various other strokes and such. I got really into it. I did not expect finger painting to be that relaxing. It helped me […]Read More Wk 2 – Art Experience – Abstraction is Freedom
I felt like I was helping the campus by performing Maintenance Art in the area around the USU. By cleaning the NOW sculpture, it made me feel like I was help keeping the school campus clean. Mierle Laderman Ukeles cleaning the steps of an art museum and Richard Serra flinging molten lead against the walls […]Read More Wk 1 – Art Experience – “Women’s Work” is also Art