Movement of color:     Albert Campbell

For this art gallery, I decided to gather pictures to me that had to do with color. To me, art that stands out and catches my eye are the ones that uses color in many abstract ways. To me, these pieces of paintings and artwork are very beautiful.

Kosmic Krylon Garage, Kenny Scharf, 2004, From the collection of: Pasadena Museum of California Art
When I first saw this painting, what I noticed most from the painting were the vivid colors. I was really liked how the different colors made up the different body parts and had different expressions.
Gomorrhe, Alberto Savinio, 1929, From the collection of: Mart, Museum of modern and contemporary art of Trento and Rovereto
This painting was a very interesting use of color. I saw what all the colors were as some rocket of some sorts inside the castle which to me, looks like a sand castle.
Aerosol Alley, Artists Lane, Shida, 2014-03-02/2014-03-02, From the collection of: Melbourne Street Art by Invurt.com & Land of Sunshine
This mural art work was very bright and colorful to me. The mural to me was just a abstract art of some sort of "protector of the keys" type of drawing.
Aerosol Alley, Artists Lane, Mysterious Al, Shida, Unwell Bunny, 2014-03-02/2014-03-02, From the collection of: Melbourne Street Art by Invurt.com & Land of Sunshine
This mural reminded me much about the childhood TV shows that I watched with the colors that were represented in it. It really stood out to me and popped out for me.
Natividad, Nadin Ospina, 1999, From the collection of: Museum of Contemporary Art Bogotá
The colors from the iconic characters in the painting stood out with seeing The Simpsons and Mickey Mouse. I was very intrigued by how many characters the artist was able to put into this one painting
Red Barn, Roy Lichtenstein, 1969, From the collection of: Huntington Museum of Art
The art style was very simple yet the colors popped out and I noticed the art right away. The simplicity of the art to me was very pleasing.
Christ Consoled by the Angels, Juan Patricio Morlete Ruiz, 1000, From the collection of: Museo Nacional de Arte
The colors are very dark and eerie which go along with how very sad and dark this painting is to represent. Again, the colors were what popped out the most to me.
U.S. Of Archie Original Model Cel 1, Filmation Associates, 1974-09-07/1976-09, From the collection of: Museum Of UnCut Funk
The colors from the Archie models were very poppy and fun in this art work. I was drawn right to the bright colors of the overalls in the middle and the blue of even Archie's shirt.
Schoolhouse Rock I Got Six Original Production Cel 1, Schoolhouse Rock, 1973/1986, From the collection of: Museum Of UnCut Funk
Schoolhouse Rock had a way of using color in their artwork. It's very flashy, poppy, and fun and really stood out to me as I was looking for artwork that was reflected much in color.
Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids Original Production Cel 2, Filmation Associates, 1977-10-24/1977-10-24, From the collection of: Museum Of UnCut Funk
Yet all being of the same skin color, each color had a very different take in color with their wardrobe and style. It was really a good choice in artwork. Again, it was flashy and poppy and fun in use
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