Intro to Art Final Zane MaguiRe

"Whimsy" paper, pencil, sharpie marker
"Back Dive" Wire, acrylic, foam board, glue, wood block
"Square" Canvas on paper
"Pinwheels" Paint on paper
"Superstore" Pencil on paper
Evaluation below.

This painting is titled "Le Bassin Aux Nympéas" and is painted by Claude Monet in 1919. I don't know if there is any emphasis in this painting. It looks consistent throughout. There is a plentiful of green. There is a hint of red and blue in some of ten lilies. There is no negative space. All of this painting is water and water lilies. There is a mix of lights and darks in the painting, but is more dark than light. This painting makes me feel calm and at ease. The color green helps people relax.

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