Claude Monet: My favorite artist

If someone were to ask me what my favorite artist was, I would undoubtadly say impressionist artist Claude Monet. Now some may say, “that’s a basic answer, everybody likes Monet,” and yeah many people like Monet but for me, I have always ben inspired by his work. His impressionist style, technique, and subject matter areContinue reading “Claude Monet: My favorite artist”

Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit

Recently I was given a wonderful opportunity to see the immersive Van Gogh exhibit with my boyfriend in Charlotte, North Carolina. In my opinion, the exhibit was fantastic, and would recommend anyone to go and experience it! Not only did they have the virtual reality part of the exhibit, but they included other things asContinue reading “Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit”


Impressionism is an art movement distinguished by relatively small thin brushstrokes, open configuration, emphasis on accurate representation of light and its changing qualities, everyday subject matter, and the involvement of movement which is an important element of human perception and experience. Impressionism emerged from a group of Paris based artists who faced severe opposition fromContinue reading “Impressionism”

Cubism art. And why I dislike it.

Cubism is a style and art movement in which the perspective with a single viewpoint was deserted and the use of simple geometric shapes, interlocking planes, and collages were brought into play. Cubism has been considered one of the most influential art movements of the 20th century. A few artists that are associated with thisContinue reading “Cubism art. And why I dislike it.”

Social Geometries Exhibit

Back in October of this year, the Greensboro College art department showcased artwork done by artist Kenn Kotara. Kenn Kotara is a mixed-media abstract artist based out of Asheville, North Carolina. The name of this exhibit was, Social Geometries, as it was a continuation of his exploration into the anthropological quality of Braille and theContinue reading “Social Geometries Exhibit”

Stolen works done by Vincent van Gogh and Frans Hals 

Never thought it would be possible for someone to steal a famous piece of artwork but for a fifty-nine-year-old Dutch art thief, who goes by the name of Nils M, that seemed pretty easy. The paintings involved are the van Gogh painting titled The Parsonage Garden at Nuenen in Spring (1889) which was stolen fromContinue reading “Stolen works done by Vincent van Gogh and Frans Hals “