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Marisela Esteves’s work is very unique and ordinary. Her art gives you the value of color and dimension. Esteves use different prospect to create her image of her style of house she imagines. However, this painting make me feel as if I can interpret her viewpoint with my own perspective and have that owe it’s not just a house feeling. But, what I value most about this piece is that Esteves painting is just not a house, she paints an unusual house that has very rare distinguish features that if you don’t analyze it properly you would miss some of the astonishing details she tries to incorporate. Also, I like that this painting because of the tulips, the arrangement of the tulips appears to be very distinctive. All in all, what I learn is how to print and dye on silk, and how when you put all form of art together it becomes this beautiful masterpiece.
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