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Wk 15 – Artist Analysis – Jennifer Watanabe

This week, I had the pleasure of viewing the artwork of Jennifer Watanabe. When I browsed the galleries on Thursday, Jennifer’s artwork seemed to “pop out” as a very distinct web-comic esque style, a style that I believe is emerging … Continue reading

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Wk 13 – Artist Interview – Shihori Nakayama

This week, I enjoyed the work of Shihori Nakayama and her piece, titled “Recapturing the Moment”. In this work of art, Shihori Nakayama tries to replicate the art styles of children’s books, Japanese historical printing blocks, and manga all into … Continue reading

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Wk 12 – Artist Interview – Ashley Sharpe

This Thursday, I witnessed probably the most adorable exhibit I have seen in my art class career. A piece simply titled “Meow”. Now according to Miss Sharpe, she created this exhibit in order to “express her fondness of cats and … Continue reading

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Wk 11 – Artist Interview – Gabriel Garcia

Here I am. A 101 degree fever, and with Sunday literally being the only day my schedule is free enough to write this, I apologize if this post’s quality suffers But this week, I browsed the galleries at CSULB, and … Continue reading

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Wk 10 – Art Analysis – Just Don’t Clog the Sink (AKA “the plaster show”): Kinetic Sculpture by Anonymous

I chose this piece, not because it changed the way I thought about art, or because it made me a better person, but rather because of how enraged I am by it. Here is the piece in question. I have … Continue reading

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Wk 9 – Artist Interview – Xiaowen Liang

This week, I am going to discuss one of my favorite artistic works from my time in art 110: A piece titled “Flower Tale”. I apologize deeply to many of the talented artists at CSULB, but frankly, I do not … Continue reading

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Wk 8 – Artist Interview – Laura Scattergood

This week, I interviewed an artist with an extremely interesting piece. The piece was definitely an experience. As you walked into the Merlino Gallery, you would first notice that the walls are covered with threads leading towards a furniture piece … Continue reading

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