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Unformatted text preview: Domonique Williams ART H 111 Sec.001 Crépuscule I walked pass this painting a few time thinking that it was too boring to write anything about it. There was nothing else interesting at the Palmer museum, so I had no choice but to come back to it. As I sat down to observe Crépuscule, it quickly dawned to me that I had the sudden urge to take this piece of art work outside of the Palmer museum, and hang it in my room. It would have looked very nice there due to its peaceful state of mind. Its sky was a light pasty white interacting with the clear blue of the ocean beneath it. The clouds resembled nice puffy pillows in about two equal rows. Then I noticed that a few had some dark coloring which could have indicated a possible brewing storm creeping up to disturb the stillness of this painting. The hidden storm just sat there waiting to make its move. According to the sky, in my understanding, it could be around late morning to mid-afternoon. Below the ocean were the combining colors of bluish-green, some kind of light blue, white, and grey. I had to look twice at it due to noticing the grey. Grey seems so dull and depressing to see. When I see the ocean, I picture it as being a mixture of nice bright or earth tone colors which made it so pretty to stare at. Yet Alexander T. Harrison made grey seem a part of the ocean’s made it so pretty to stare at....
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This note was uploaded on 11/03/2008 for the course ART 111 taught by Professor Anderson,laurael during the Fall '07 term at Penn State.
- Fall '07