After seeing all the rooms i went back to the beginning and started over, re-looking over and re-examining all the pieces to really get a feel for the artist and their thinking for each piece. I came across a piece that ought my eye on both ru throughs of the art show. A piece created in 2014 called “Wild Horses” by James W Johnson. This piece was created on an acrylic 41” X 52” canvas and was selling for three thousand and two hundred dollars. Starting with the negative background space of the, Wild Horse, it was almost like Johnson chose to do a watercolor base with blues, yellows, an...
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...tion of art and Koscinas represented a more modernized picture of art. The second room was James W Johnson and Erika Pochybova which showed similar views on art but presented them in different ways. The third room by Luis R. Gutiérrez was a very dark and depressing yet calm feel to it. This room had drapes coming down from the ceiling surrounding an art piece made out of metal that was sitting on top of water surrounded but tiny rocks. Across the room were two heads made out of a concrete-like material that had smoke coming out of them. The theme to this room was completely different than the other two rooms coming from more of a serious, informative side of things rather than just the type of art that the other two rooms show. Over all i really enjoyed the art show and plan on attending more of them and hopefully more of which James W Johnson’s art is displayed in.
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