The artwork shown in this image is from a lot of the different areas of art, which we covered during the course of this class. The piece in the top left of the image looks like some of the art that was shown during our African art assignment. The town craftsman who probably made them for either everyday use, or some sort of spiritual ceremony probably made these pieces. Looking closely at them they were probably used in religious ceremonies.
The piece in the top right hand corner of the page was seen towards the beginning of the semester when we were learning about the different shapes, colors, and contrasting effects that can be used in a piece of art. It is perfectly centered on the piece with almost the exact same amount of blue on all 4 of the corners. That would make the piece symmetrical. It’s nice to see the images have such contrast in colors, from the dark black to the bright greens then blue. The colors still remain harmonious. With how the image is shaded it allows you to know that the black is actually a shade of purple. It’s a good-looking painting.
And of course the most amazing piece in the middle of the image, which was done by Lino Tagliapietra who is an amazing glass blowing artist. He has been around basically since the art of glass blowing began. The piece seen in the image is called Concerto di Primavera. It is amazing to see how they can shape the molten glass into such amazing pieces of art. If there was any one field I would like to be a part of, this would definitely be it.