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WSU Art Museum: Alex Hagen

Art covers a broad range of disciplines, and one of the more fascinating genres of art style is depicted in comic books. The defining aspect of comic-style art is its ability to tell a story through a sequence of panels. … Continue reading

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WSU Art Museum: Aaché Howard-McDaniel

The example I chose to write about from our visit to the WSU Art Museum is by the visual artist Dread Scott. He makes revolutionary art to propel history forward. While he was a student at the School of the … Continue reading

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WSU Art Museum: Amanda Harle

The piece I have chosen is from the “Trailer Blaze: Short Run”s Ladies Comics: Books Residency at the Sou-wester on beautiful Long Beach in Seaview, WA” zine! On the particular page, there is not text present but I like the … Continue reading

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WSU Art Museum: Jen Ladwig

I selected Andy Warhol’s “Paris Review 18” as the work I will analyze. This piece features a reproduction of someone’s handwriting, which is a strong cursive. It is messy, giving it a very human look to it. I selected this … Continue reading

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WSU Art Museum: Lexi Day

When we went to the WSU Art Museum I gravitated toward the comic books on the table. In a previous DTC 201 class I was able to hold and flip through those same comics, so I recognized their names and … Continue reading

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WSU Art Museum: Cody Li

The individual pages that were drawn by different artists in the Dunes comic books were very interesting to me. Being able to see two different artists on two pages right next to one another was what caught my attention the … Continue reading

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WSU Art Museum: Thomas Chiou

There were a lot of interesting, and unique artworks at the Museum of Art. Every artwork has its own story and meaning. The professor explains a lot of process and their inspiration on how the art was made and how … Continue reading

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WSU Art Museum: Kathleen Zimmerman

I chose a book called Oodles of Doodles: and Assorted Sketcharoos by Tom Vandeusen. It stood out to me immediately because of how artistic it was. Although it is mainly a book of sketches there are text elements to the … Continue reading

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WSU Art Museum: Daniel Kim

The following piece was done by artist Nancy Chunn and the piece was meant to depict the content of individual news articles from The New York Times using visual representations. I, personally believe that this article is relevant to myself because … Continue reading

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WSU Art Museum: Samuel Jonsson

  I chose this example because the centered focus made it very apparent and eye-catching for me. The colored pencil border highlights the black and white image as the acrylic paint tops the image to add even more focus to … Continue reading

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