ocean fifteen

This exhibition is created by Rhiannon Taychouri. It is focused on the Ocean and the sea life. 

This artwork named Mid Ocean (1875-1945) by Frederick Judd Waugh is a fascinating piece of art. The image shows a wave that has exploded in the ocean. The color of the waves are white and just bring out the blue in the image.
This artwork Le Soleil au Zenith - Ocean (1856) by gustave Le Gray looks like an old photo taken on the beach. When looking at the artwork it reminds me of sitting on the beach watching the sunset fall down.
This artwork "The memory of A Nonexistence by Ji, Seok Cheol" is a fascinating artwork. It has a lot of texture. This artwork shows the beach and two people walking on the lovely beach in the warming weather.
This artwork "sand dunes at Sunset, Atlantic city" by Henry Ossawa Tanner is an artwork of the path that leads to the beach. It also displays trees and branches and sand. It reminds me to think about going to sit in the cool breeze on the beach.
This artwork "Time, Memory and Existence (2011)" by Ji, Seok Cheol" is a fascinating artwork and reminds me of the beach. It is great how there is an machine on the beach and just picking up sand just makes me wanna go to the beach every time i look at it
This artwork "Time, Memory And Existence (2007)" by Ji, Seok Cheol" looks like a very calm and beautiful beach and an object laying on the sand in the breeze. In my opinion it looks like an old object used in the olden days and have just been left there and impossible to pick up and out into the museum.
This artwork "Time, Memory and Existence (2009)" by Ji, Seok Cheol is an artwork that inspires many. In my opinion it reminds me of someone who is lonely and can go to the beach when they are upset or lonely
This artwork "Nonexistence" (2008)" by Ji, Seok Cheol is fascinating. It reminds me of a big person and a little person. it reminds me of the chair getting teased by the big rock.
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