Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Foundation Art History Spring

Art History is really a class that never included art by the student herself. But for a particular paper, we had to include photos of the pieces we wrote about. Since the exhibit I wrote about strongly forbid photography, I had to do sketches as an alternative.

My paper was on the Cindy Sherman retrospective at the MOMA. The first piece I covered was her Untitled Film Still #54.

Untitled #92 was my favorite one to render. The teals and blues were really fun.

Somehow, my rendition of Untitled #146 is more disturbing than the original photograph.

I obviously went overboard with "sketching," but it was such a great opportunity to practice my marker and pencil work.

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