the experimental phase
Sammie Herman, 16
I'm really lazy and don't do very much. I enjoy art and photography.
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Leo Villareal’s Multiverse, his most complex light installation
the light tunnel

Leo Villareal’s Multiverse, his most complex light installation

the light tunnel

Alexander Calder’s 76-foot-long mobile attached to the ceiling of the National Art Museum.

Alexander Calder’s 76-foot-long mobile attached to the ceiling of the National Art Museum.

this was in the cafeteria/eating place of the museum.
oh, how I love museums.

this was in the cafeteria/eating place of the museum.

oh, how I love museums.

I’m not sure who made this sculpture, but I loved the look of the fabric and how it was so life-like.

I’m not sure who made this sculpture, but I loved the look of the fabric and how it was so life-like.

a piece by Pablo Picasso
(I had to have Danielle in every picture.)

a piece by Pablo Picasso

(I had to have Danielle in every picture.)

RenĂ© Magritte’s La condition humaine

Danielle (again) in front of Chuck Close’sFanny/Fingerpainting.
Chuck Close created this piece using his finger prints… holy fuck.

Danielle (again) in front of Chuck Close’sFanny/Fingerpainting.

Chuck Close created this piece using his finger prints… holy fuck.

Danielle standing in front of Salvador Dali’sThe Sacrament of the Last Super.
this piece was absolutely breathtaking. the way Dali mixed the colors for the body to appear translucent amazed me. when I was staring at it in awe, I got in trouble for being ‘too close’…? even though it was behind glass… and my hands were at my sides… but I’m glad I got a good look at it.

Danielle standing in front of Salvador Dali’sThe Sacrament of the Last Super.


this piece was absolutely breathtaking. the way Dali mixed the colors for the body to appear translucent amazed me. when I was staring at it in awe, I got in trouble for being ‘too close’…? even though it was behind glass… and my hands were at my sides… but I’m glad I got a good look at it.

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