First Art Critique

First Art Critique - Katie Sieck Art Analysis The massive...

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Katie Sieck Art Analysis The massive size of this piece is what drew me to it. It is taller than I am- although it is on a stand, I believe it is still taller than me. It is large, dark, and what I thought were blue and gray lines at first turn out to be white lines. The white lines are broken up by maybe finger marks down and around the piece. None of the lines are straight or perfect- but the imperfection suggest a movement-a spinning-that the title “Tornado Jar” fits perfectly. I walked around the piece, and because of the lines, and the way they swirl cleanly to the bottom of the piece, the movement feels more than static. This sculpture seems so massive- its utter height makes it different from any of the other pieces in this room. The medium used is sculpture, and its overall effectiveness as a piece is immense. It is immense in the sense that the finish, color and lines of the piece suggest a tornado without being too obvious. Until you walk around the piece, you aren’t aware of the
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This essay was uploaded on 04/10/2008 for the course VART 101 taught by Professor Cathy... during the Spring '06 term at Gonzaga.

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