Tuesday, December 8, 2009
I would definitely consider these hair-dos art. The detail in them is amazing especially considering they are made out of hair. These pictures are intriguing they made me wonder how the hairstyles were made and how they stay together. One objective of art is to get people talking and these hairstyles definitely accomplish that. I never would have thought of a hairstyle being art before.
Sunday, November 8, 2009
I was amazed when I saw the picture of the portrait Andrew Salamone made of Bill cosby out of cups of jello. The jello form looks exactly like the original picture. There are 725 cups of jello that make up Bill Cosby's face. I can't even imagine how much time and planning went into this piece only for it to be taken apart and eaten in a few hours.
I was researching different forms of art and I came upon smoke art. I became interested in it, because it's something we see often. I never stopped to look at the designs smoke can make or considered it art. From the pictures I have seen from my research I now see the art in smoke.
Thursday, October 29, 2009
I mostly take pictures of people. I started photography my Freshman year of high school and my interest in it has continued to grow. I love taking close up pictures, because there is a connection that is lost when you take a picture of something from a distance.
Sunday, October 25, 2009
Anne Geddes photography is easy to identify but very creative and unique. She had started a whole new genre of photography that is often imitated but never quite duplicated. The Australian born photographer is a world wide sensation. Anne Geddes: simple, innovative, and creative.