Week 15 – Class Activity #10 – Finger Painting

This week’s activity consisted of us doing finger painting. It was actually a lot of fun to just sit down and get my hands dirty with paint on an empty canvas. The colors of paint that I was supplied with in my art bag were purple, green and white. The purple and green looked really nice on the paper and the white didn’t really do much to my piece. The white paint kinda just smeared the other colors together. There are a few questions needed to be answered: What was the experience like? This art experience was definitely something different. As … Continue reading Week 15 – Class Activity #10 – Finger Painting

Week 15 – Artist Conversation – Kathryn Ramirez and Ally Richardson

Exhibit Information Artist: Kathryn Ramirez and Ally Richardson Exhibition: Metal Media: Metals Gallery: Dr. Maxine Merlino Gallery Website: @kgrmetalcraft About the Artists Kathryn Ramirez and Ally Richardson are both local students who travel from Huntington Beach and Lakewood to portray … Continue reading Week 15 – Artist Conversation – Kathryn Ramirez and Ally Richardson

ART110 Opinions

Out of the 11 activities that were to be completed this semester, I have 3 favorites and 3 least favorites. My 3 favorites include: Graffiti writing I really enjoyed this activity because it was so out of the ordinary. This is usually looked upon as a criminal act, but with the way we were portraying it being legal, it was a lot of fun. Fiber art social network This activity was a lot of fun, it was really cool to see how all of the people in my life do or don’t connect with each other. Zine and Flip books … Continue reading ART110 Opinions

Week 14 – Classmate Conversation#6 – Henry Pham

On Wednesday, I had the opportunity to talk to Henry Pham. Henry is a student with a rather tricky title. He’s a second year at CSULB; however, he does have enough racked up units from AP testing in high school to be considered a third year student. Although he has accumulated so many units very early on, some of them didn’t fulfill his major requirements so they were sort of lost due to that. One thing he mentioned, was whether he wanted to graduate in 3 years of 3.5 years and I found that crazy. To think that he was already … Continue reading Week 14 – Classmate Conversation#6 – Henry Pham

Week 11 – Classmate Conversation #5 – Juli Yoshinaga

On Wednesday I talked with Juli Yoshinaga. Juli is a third year at CSULB and started here directly out of high school. She’s been very busy with her schoolwork, she’s majoring in communications studies with a double minor in marketing and journalism. Immediately after hearing she was taking on one major and double minoring, my jaw dropped. I thought to myself, how could one do this to herself, haha, but hearing her explanation made sense. She said that communications by itself, is such a reduced number of units, that it was almost mandatory that she added a minor in order … Continue reading Week 11 – Classmate Conversation #5 – Juli Yoshinaga