· Review your classmates’ posts. Provide a substantive response by commenting on how their interpretations of art have changed. How are these changes similar or different from what you have experienced?
The piece i chose is ” You Can’t Please All” created by Bhupen Khakar. Craeted in 1981 in India. This piece has great colors and different brush strokes. The mirroring in the water shows great attention to detail by this artist. Looking at this piece for 10 mins to understand and chronologically piece this together shows the effort the artist put into making this. These solid bold colors make it drastically show exactly what’s going on. This artist did a great job created this piece of contemporary art. This is a precise piece that tells the viewer exactly what they are looking at. Going back the last five weeks I have learned a lot through the material we have read the virtual museums we got to look at. It has taught me how to look at art and see what the viewer is trying to convey to the audience. Studying the piece before making an opinion and looking into the details and colors and brush strokes to give a true opinion. The fall of the rebel angels was very confusing at first. I was not quite sure exactly what I was looking at or how to depict the piece or break it down. With the knowledge I have known that I have learned over the last five weeks, I can say my opinion on The Fall of The Rebel Angels has drastically changed. My experience during this course was eye opening, I appreciate the new way I have learned to appreciate art and being able to read and depict the pieces of art I plan to look at in the future. From the beginning of this class, being confused and seemed blurry at first because I did not understand what I was looking at or how to look at it, it was hard. After learning and reading material it has become much easier and exciting to me, thank You.
Tate. (n.d.). “You Can’t Please All”, Bhupen Khakhar, 1981. Tate. https://www.tate.org.uk/art/artworks/khakhar-you-cant-please-all-t07200