Medium and Technique
The previous are two very important aspects of how art is portrayed amongst the populous. For one the piece could be a seventh wonder of the world, but if improperly displayed, it could seriously distract there viewer from the message. Also, if the technique used to bring forth the images does no suit the theme, a mix in the messages could accidentally occur. Nevertheless, there are times when everything is set right and just 'fits' together. In my opinion the above drawing is a perfect example of this. It is such a simple style of art work: pencil work, rounded shapes, shading etc... If it weren't elegantly displayed in a museum, the it wouldn't be highlighted. It doesn't seem to be a work that could shock you into seeing the message on its own, needing the spot light. However, after viewing it for longer, you understand how it takes a snap shot of one of the simplest ways of life, perfectly suited for its drawing style.
Design of the Museum
Below are some images of the front of the museum. We also see how the museum does not actually let you wait to come inside to be fascinated by the rocks of art. Instead, they draw you in with a beautiful, simple, and almost basic portrayal of man. This is extremely important because it is like a good grabber at the beginning of an essay. It sets the tone for the visitor's experience, which if I may add, ends up being one of wonder. Along with the elegant landscaping which enhances the entrance as a whole.