I choose a drawing for my algorithmic art. I had always held more of a lean towards the math and sciences than the arts. So in this algorithmic piece I put in a lot of structural patterns, and very simple drawing requirements. All you would really need to do this piece would be a pencil, […]Read more "Art activity 12, Algorithmic art"
The human experience can be interpreted in many ways. I believe that Piet Eppinga choose to show it by how we are connected to multiple people/ideas. In three of Piet’s ceramic works it is really evident. One is a tribal looking woman with a decorative pot on her head, she has very noticeably large breasts, […]Read more "Artist Coversation week 12, Piet Eppinga"
Matt Stahl is a sophomore at CSULB. He commutes from home and from a young age has always had a fascination of computers. Both his parents had a some kind of connection with the sciences as well, his father being an electrician, and mother being an industrial waste inspector. Matt believed that due to his like […]Read more "Week 11 student conversation, Matt Stahl"
When we think of plastic we think cheap, glass we think fragile, and feathers we think soft. When dirt, metal, and wood come to artist Patricia E. Rangel’s mind, she thinks of those things in terms of something different. She thinks of agriculture. She thinks of the dirt/soil that is used again, and again to for […]Read more "Week 11 artist conversation Patricia E. Rangel"
For our week 11 activity we created plaster castings at the beach. Personally due to my schedule I could not come to the beach at 10-12, so instead I preformed the task on Sunday. At Saturday night I visited Michael’s (a crafts store), and bought a small tub of plaster to use for my mold. Then […]Read more "Week 11 activity Plaster castings"
Eugene Kaler of Santa Monica comes from a family of engineers, his father is an engineer, his brother is an engineer, and even an uncle of his is an engineer. He’s had this sort of thing in his blood. And as you might expect Eugene Kaler himself is an engineer, a mechanical engineer to be […]Read more "Week 10 Student Conversation Eugene Kaler"
Sexuality is something that not many people talk about in the open. And if it does ever happen it usually gets awkward like watching a sex scene on television with your parents. Yet these two artists tackled it head on and created a gallery that was unlike anything I had seen before. Because even though […]Read more "Artis conversation week 10 (Kaclica Chhin & Amanda Ruiz)"