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Unformatted text preview: For those of us who are not art scholars and do not always understand or appreciate modern art for its entire caliber, it can be difficult to genuinely be interested or inspired while lingering in today’s museums or exhibits. One artist who is certain to grab anyone’s attention is Sherry Markovitz who displays sheer beauty in her exquisite, aesthetically pleasing works of art. Who would have ever thought that buttons, beads, feathers, foil, pearls, seashells, and brass could all be tarnished together into something beautiful? The Seattle-based artist brings out imagination into reality with her stunning pieces. With incredibly bold colors and use of raw materials, such as in “Bow Wow Queen”, the viewer cannot take their eyes off of the intricate bead work as well as the delicately sculpted shapes. “Bow Wow Queen’s” display of primary colored bead work in the face made it stand out immediately easily making this elk head the most elegant of his kind. With a rather large old fashioned collar, Markovitz’s attention this elk head the most elegant of his kind....
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course FA 101 taught by Professor Lee during the Spring '08 term at Washington State University .
- Spring '08