Good Life Tour of Harn Museum

This is a sculpture created by American artist, John Chamberlain. It is created from industrial-weight aluminum foil and sprayed with auto lacquer and polyester resin. I thought this sculpture was very unique because of the medium that was used. This was one of my favorite works in the museum.
This was another interesting piece that I enjoyed because of its medium. This was also a sign that helped direct you to the Abstract wing of the museum.
This was the introduction to the African wing of the museum. I feel that this shows the roll that the design of the museum plays in your experience. All of the art is divided into sections of origin such as this African wing.
I also thought this really showed how the design of the museum had an effect on the people walking through. This piece allowed you to interact with the art and almost become a part of the video playing and it let you connect more.
This piece is taken from a news clip about the Guerrilla Girls in 1985. I thought that this piece portrayed my core values because I really believe in equality. I think that everyone should be treated equal no matter where they came from.
This was my favorite thing about the museum! I really enjoyed the nice scenery, and I thought that this represented my version of the good life. I want to be able to relax and enjoy my life and the beautiful world that we have. Our life is short, and I want to experience everything that I can.

All photos taken by myself and my friend Conner

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