Kelsey Driscoll SBU
This gallery is called "Humanity" and it consists of works of art that are different in many ways, yet all portraying humans.
The paragraphs below are personal descriptions and emotions of certain art works. If there is any type of description directed toward a work of art, it will also be located underneath the work. --- Paul Guillaume, Novo Pilota. I do not know if I have actually seen this work of art before or if I just enjoy it so much that it just naturally carries a sense of familiarity. The dark, subtle colors with closed lines, filled with softness is remarkable. I look at this picture and I want to be there with the subject. He looks like he would just be such a mysterious wonder, and that is why this work pulls me in so much. I feel as if there is a lifetime of mystery behind it.
Ahra. The soft blues on the wall and vase, make the reds the woman is wearing, her lips, and the inside of the flower draw you in. This work was hypnotizing to me. Her face gives off this motherly nature, while it seems to be she is nurturing her flowers by watering them and giving them proper sun light by placing them on the window sil. Unfortunately, it looks as though there is no sun that is able to shine through the windows, and the woman seems to be distant from the viewer.
Fugitive 2. To me, this only gives off the sense of sadness and the fear of being killed.
Hangang Publc Park 2. There really are no words as to how I feel about this, besides guilt. But I'm not McDonald's and I'm not American government.
Beyond There. The title makes me wonder what he is looking at, beyond there. Such a detailed drawing, it almost looks like a black and white photo. I feel as if I could reach out and put my fingers through his hair it looks so realistic. Jae Sam Lee really captures the different lighting on the subject of this matter's face.