Explore living - Anise Brown

Experience living life and exploring new and old things through art; while gaining information on new places to visit in real life.  This piece will express an admiration for nature, travel, color, style, symmetry and history.  A new passion for travel and living through exploring new places from our past or present and the appreciation for that poetic form.

Exhibition at Paris, From the collection of: Dastkari Haat Samiti
These Indian scripts (calligraphy) were created in an effort to preserve the dying languages of their culture. It is an attempt to link art and literacy; while passing on the skill and history.
Señor de los espejos. Quito, Ecuador, Graciela Iturbide, 1984, From the collection of: Fundacion MAPFRE
An inspirational, black & white photograph; from one photographer of another with many great works. This piece is of a dark nature, rough, cold; and yet beautiful and full of admiration. It is exploration of culture through photography. Location of this photo is Mexico.
A Street in Milan, Luigi Rossi, 1881/1881, From the collection of: Fondazione Cariplo
Rossi was a trained painter. This piece was a recognized canvas that Rossi painted using symbolism as it displayed a community and its social activity. It is warm in tone, symmetrical, with a 2 dimentional effect of the buildings and fog rolling in; while it is clear that the people were from a conservative time and going through hardship. His work showed the realities of life. Location of painting is Spain.
Beehive bunker, Chris Burden, 2006/2011, From the collection of: Inhotim
This bunker; which is made of bags of concrete, steel rebar and cast iron for the opening in the form of a beehive that is light in color and stands out amongst nature. Location of this piece is Inhotim, Brazil.
Entrance gate to Mimoguri Shrine, from the the series, Famous Places of the Eastern Capital, Artist: Utagawa Hiroshige, early 19th-mid 19th century, From the collection of: Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery
This Eastern Japanese art piece which is made of woodblock print, ink and color paper. Many Japanese illustrations were very colorful and depicted symbolism of the natural beauty of that area. The colors are somewhat muted due to time, yet still vibrant with lots of contrast. Location of this piece is Japan.
Canyon: Broadway and Exchange Place, Berenice Abbott, 1936, From the collection of: Museum of the City of New York
This black and white piece of documentary photograph taken by Berenice Abbot. It captures history in the industrial era.
Seawall, Richard Diebenkorn, 1957, From the collection of: de Young museum
This piece displays vibrant color and different hues of light and is a beach scene. It shows the beauty of the beach and an expression of how the artist sees it. Location of this painting is Berkley, California, USA.
The calligraphy workshop, From the collection of: Dastkari Haat Samiti
An artistic expression of Indian Calligraphy (Regional Script) is being taught to a class to show creativity in the writing and its form, while preserving history and promoting literacy through a craft.
Hall of the Ambassadors, Alhambra, Granada, Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida, 1909, From the collection of: The J. Paul Getty Museum
A painting showing a piece of structural history with a medium of oil on canvas. The 3 dimensional reflective pattern on the water; which illuminates a variance of light and naturalistic colors and reveals a highly detailed structure. Location of painting is Spain.
The River, Monika Grzymala, with the Euraba Artists and Papermakers, 2012, From the collection of: Biennale of Sydney
This piece is made from natural elements like paper, wire, branches, vines, grass, tape, etc. to express the symmerty of life between nature and people. It allows the viewer to see land and art from the eyes of an Aboriginal. Location of this piece is Australia.
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