Author Archives: Mikaela

Art Museum Visit: Mikaela Thomas

The art from the museum I have chosen is called “I Beseech You” by Carrie Mae Weems in 1996. The photograph is in black and white and appears to be very dated as it was actually taken by a 19th … Continue reading

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Type Anatomy: Mikaela Thomas

I thought all the different type faces we looked at in the library were very interesting. One that I specifically picked out was from a text from Bertha S. Goudy: First Lady of Printing. The title is a decorative serif … Continue reading

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Color Interaction: Mikaela Thomas

This pattern is a geometric pattern with lots of bright hues. I would describe this pattern as very exciting and bright. The dark blue stands out aginst the brighter oranges and pinks. The contrast between the dark versus bright brings … Continue reading

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Pattern: Mikaela Thomas

My quilt is found in the patterns and geometry section of the quilts. The artist is Lucy Pettway. She was born in 1921 in Alabama and made her first quilt when she was 12. She mostly made her patterns by … Continue reading

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Texture: Mikaela Thomas

This is my first texture. This texture is a a cut wooden log showing the rings of the center and the cracks in the wood. It’s texture is rough and prickly where pieces of the cracked wood come up. It … Continue reading

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Point, Line, Plane: Mikaela Thomas

Point line and plane are all distinct things in a composition, but with some overlap. A point can be framed to look like a plane, or a line can framed to look like a plane, or any overlapping of the … Continue reading

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