The experience of this activity was overall, fun. I just let my fingers gently flow and let the paint do the rest. It was a rather soothing experience.
I found this a bit easier because it was less material. Just finger, painting, and paper.
The way I feel this activity is related to the rest is because they all give you a chance to express yourself. With the colors given to us for any activity, we can just our colorway depending on how we feel. At least in my perspective.
This weeks artist conversion was a bit different. At first, I was puzzled because it did not look like an ordinary artist conversation meeting. Instead, items were displayed for sale. Every item in every gallery was a piece of art listed for purchase. At first i was confused, but then it got interesting once I found out what it was. I had the opportunity to speak a little to Sam Mederios and Ramona Gomes. Sam is graduating next semester, while Ramona is graduating in 2020. Sam is graduating with a degree in sculpting and plans to pursue a career in art. Which is one of his dreams. Ramona is majoring in printmaking. Ramona is interested in stencil/print making. They are both talented artists that help create some of the pieces shown in the picture.
This weeks art experience consisted of taking pictures for Instagram. This is not my first time using Instagram, but it’s my first account in two years. I have stood off Instagram because of the distraction it holds against me, but it felt nice to finally be back on. Throughout the day, i took pictures of what my day consisted of. My day started off by playing with my dog, to the drive to school, the beach, and ending it at school. After all my posts, I was checking Instagram often to see what other cool things my peers have been doing. Overall, this experience was fun and was new for a change. Our world today is based of electronics and social media, so it was nice doing something involving social media.