Out of all the projects that we have completed, the labyrinth was my favorite of my pieces. At first I was a little bit worried about the project because I thought it was a little weird, but I ended up enjoying my piece. I really like how the big poster board has a bold feeling to it. And in my book, I really like how I made the pages kind of reflect each other. I also really like how the pencil contrasts with the black paper that was used. The part that I didn’t like about my piece was the ripping of the paper. I made me kind of sad to spend all that time drawing on the front and back of the poster board, to just end up ripping it all up.
Ann Craven is a contemporary artist from New York. She has a lot of work that has been in many different art shows. Some of her work is a little questionable to me, but for the most part, I like it. She has a lot of abstract art that makes you really think about the picture and you could get many different ideas from it. One such as the picture below. I feel like it might be a tree with a pink horizon in the back ground. It gives me a calm feeling of peace. I would have to say that overall, I am a fan of her work.
Bev Reeve is a painter. She has never took an art class or anything, she just taught herself. She is also my great grandmother. When I was younger, visiting her was always one of my favorite things to do because that meant that we got to paint! She has never sold her paintings, she just makes then for gifts and her personal decor. She is currently in her upper 80s and still painting. She likes to do landscapes, and nature paintings.
Here is my final video with a good friend of mine doing an imitation of Eminem!
I have had the pleasure to know an amazing photographer, Annette Olivieri. She does many different portraits including, but not limited to, holiday, family, senior pictures, engagement photos and weddings. She is the kind of photographer that when you see her work, you just fall in love with it. I find myself often going to her website just to see her new work! I have been on a photo shoot with her before and she just makes it so fun to be around. Every time I am around her, or see her work, I feel inspired to start doing my own personal photography. The only problem is she makes it look a LOT easier that it really is! Although I have never had professional pictures taken by Annette, I did get the chance to go on an art trip to Europe with her. She had her camera at all times with her snapping pictures here and there, everywhere! When it was over, I ended up with so many photograph treasures that she took. Still memories from the trip of a lifetime! When it comes time for my wedding, Annette will defiantly be getting a phone call! http://www.olivieriportraitdesign.com/