This piece caught my eye the moment I entered the exhibit. At the wrong angle, this sculpture could be dismissed as simply a hunk of stone in a glass container, however, when I found yourself staring into its enchanting blue center, I couldn't help but think of an beach cove, confined by stone on all sides. It gave me the important, yet subtle reminder that tranquility is essential when seeking the Good Life.
A Diverse Design
Appreciating the Latin American values of hard work in a rendition of daily routines in their agrarian societies
Something that really struck me about the Harn was its separation of exhibits based on the art's continent of origin. This multicultural arrangement of the art really allows the public to appreciate the differences in African, Asian, and Latin American art forms. Furthermore, the separation illustrated each culture's values they deem necessary to obtain their own version of The Good Life.
The Values of Art
Embracing the value of close family ties