Medium of the Art
For this piece, the artist seamlessly weaves together metals as if they were threads to masterfully present this true work of art. Having the benefit of viewing this in person provides a plethora of detail and texture that a picture cannot mimic. From afar, the rug appears to be of fabric only to reveal its true composition upon closer inspection. This piece teaches not to always take things at face value and to always look deeper than what seems necessary.
Design of the Museum
Within a few steps into the museum, the design is clear: wide, open, bare. The large canvas that the museum presents gives each work of art its own stage to be gazed upon. No sense of clutter or confinement is detected within its walls. Spectators may view each work without a hindrance of distraction to fully admire what is before them.
Art and Core Values