|Proof that I was there|
One of favorite pieces in the Art of the Americas building was Allegro by Rolph Scarlett. The wide range of geometric shapes and bright colors used on the canvas really express positive vibes. Scarlett used this image to portray the joy of music and how great it can sound when rhythmically put together.
|Allegro by Rolph Scarlett|
In the Broad Contemporary Art Museum, there were three paintings in a row that used geometry to depict each artists' feelings. The paintings were from private collections so the artists were not named, however the paintings were. From left to right, the paintings were named: Heather, The Heavenly Race (Running), and Desert Rain. Personally, I liked The Heavenly Race (Running) the best because it looked as though it were unfinished but still told a story through the shapes that were used. The shapes reminded me of fish gills or a roofing from a house.
|The Heavenly Race (Running)|
Overall, I would recommend that my classmates visit LACMA because each exhibit has a lot to offer and I learned a lot from each piece of artwork. The combination of art and mathematics is very intriguing and can be seen all over the LACMA campus.