The art lecture with the AIA was interesting to me especially because I plan on working in the field of urban development. While I didn't find the presentation to be especially well executed, the information did still have value and I found myself intently listening and enjoying the stuff they discussed. It gave me a look into a probably more practical way of expressing my creativity in a career path and made me more confident in my want to go into urban development.
I found Shackleton's body of work through a youtube series actually, which is a cool way to have discovered her artwork considering how unique of a process she uses. That process uses rotating canvases, gravity, and condiment bottles of paint to create awesome lines that create the buildings, trees, and sharp perspective found in her work. I particularly like it becuase she focuses on color and intermixes very formal geometric building shapes with organics shapes and lines for water, trees, and more natural objects.
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