- Marisa Merz
Media/Technique: multi-media & sculpture
Marisa Merz seems to focus her work on women. The use of direction and line in both her drawing and sculpture helps her express herself. each piece seems to describe some type of hidden emotion.
Media/Technique: wool cloth, sculpture, and drawing
The use of pattern in the wool cloth pieces and the technique used to make them are effective. each piece seems to have a sense of unity.
Media/Technique: sculpture, wood, photography, drawing
Each piece of work are displayed well. The white background for each piece makes the work more appealing especially the 3 dimensional pieces.
Media/Technique: water color
Carol Roma seems to be expressing sexual taboo. The fact that she places each piece in a frame is unique and helps her express this.
Media/Technique: cloth, wood, carving
Danh Vo is expressing religion with the stained cloth and carved wood. the stained cloth is appealing because it appears to be soft and this helps this artist to express the religion.
Media/Technique: graphics, found objects
The work as a whole is effective by making a 2 dimensional surfaces appear 3 dimensional with graphics. seeing the 3 dimensional figures with the 2 dimensional surfaces is different and unexpected but it works here.
Each painting expresses some emotion or situation. the dark tone of each painting helps describe them. The paintings are effective because each one has an area of emphasis with either light spots or color.
Media/Technique: mixed media
This artist uses the human body and animals to create each composition. The use and the color of the wooded frames compliment each piece.
while most photographs are of some type of herb and are in black and white, one is of people and is in color. the color photos is a odd input.
Media/Technique: drawing, water color, animation
The process of this animation is interesting after seeing what it took to get the final result. Its good to see the results of this animation that seems to be time consuming.
I find this work to be the most interesting. This work is formed from an 18th century Pavilion. It is now covered with a unique design that is repeated in black an white. The shadows casted upon it by both the sun and the white walls compliment the design. the geometric design helps to attract the viewers attention as well.