Category Archives: Writing

Canon Project: Charactertory

Anton Kinney is a 23-year-old man who spent most of his life growing up in a dark and isolated location; shut out from the light that most others are exposed to. At a young age, his limited exposure to social … Continue reading

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Workshop: Brian Murphy’s “The Ability to Name Things Has Escaped Me”

Brian Murphy’s “The Ability to Name Things Has Escaped Me” gallery opened on the 27th of October in the Llewellyn Gallery. It opened up later on in the evening on Thursday and received quite a crowd of people. After only … Continue reading

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Journal #15

Contained within the posting given in the email, there are three separate articles. Each article being based around a different person as well as an incredible story in their life. For the first article, Jacob Needleman goes into great depth … Continue reading

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Illustrated Journal #14

The image displayed above is a fantastic charcoal piece done by the artist Surajit Chatterjee and is titled “Help Me”. Through the use of various values in the piece, Chatterjee is able to create a vast illusion of depth within … Continue reading

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Illustrated Journal #13

10/18/16 Title: Travel Notebooks: Barcelona Spain Artist: Silvia de Gennaro Run time: 2 minutes When I first viewed this piece, I was beyond confused. There was upbeat Latin music playing, buildings shifting and warping to the beat and at one … Continue reading

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Illustrated Journal #10

Helen Frankenthaler’s piece shown above, “Nature Abhors a Vacuum” (1973), is a great example of the use of direction in art. Just through the use of five basic colors and different values for each in different regions of the piece, … Continue reading

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