Philip Taylor-Halloween Gallery

Since Halloween is coming up I decided to do a color theme. The color I chose is grey because it can easily be associated with my favorite holiday Halloween. Enjoy!

I chose this artwork as the first piece in the gallery because it is just plain cool. It displays what people though witches where in the 1700s. The colors also pop giving the viewer a 3D feel.
I chose this piece because of the texture in the picture. There are many different shades of grey but it is still interesting and easy to stare at for along time.
I chose this piece because of the texture in the clouds and in the grass.
I chose this artwork because of the sky to ground perspective. The sky looks like a real photograph then transfers into a painting.
I chose this piece because the texture reminded me of how a halloween costume felt as a child.
I chose this piece because of the perspective. The lower section of the piece appears to be 3D and it sticks out.
I chose this piece because neither of the figures have a defined gender and the texture is pleasing.
I chose this piece because it has many different shapes and I love the way that it flows.
I chose this piece simply because I love Halloween and I wore this same mask as a child.
I chose this piece because I love European Cathedrals and it still holds great shades of grey.
I chose this piece because the castle has great detail and almost looks real.
I chose this piece because Ive seen it in person at the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC last fall.
I chose this art because it is an actual photograph and it holds great mystery.
I chose this art because of the whites compared to the darks. They complement each other well.
I chose this art because I love the style of this artist and I wanted a modern piece in my gallery.
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