This week, my interview partner is Kelsey Aparicio. Kelsey is a very nice girl, who is also a sophomore at CSULB, her major is kinesiology, which is the study of human movement. She hopes that with this major she will be allowed to coach or dedicate herself to sports medicine. She currently resides in the city of Downey. We talked a lot, and I found out that she was graduated from Downey high school, and her favorite things are reading, go to the gym, and play with her little nephew, also her favorite ice cream is coffee and cotton candy from ride aid and enjoys eating it after a good hike. Kelseyaparicio.com/
Kelsey’s favorite artwork is called “Shoreline”, which is an oil on canvas painting, made by Jesse Minott, she think the shapes from this artwork is very interesting, and the colors are totally the ones she likes, and she think the would be the one artwork she would like to hang on the wall in her bedroom
This week, the artwork I picked is called “Cyclical Natural”, which is made by oil on canvas, “96*5.5”, by Jeff Dulla.
When I first saw it, it remind me about a Japanese painting called “The Great Wave off Kanagawa”, I feel somehow their styles are similar to each other. But then after I stared it for a little while, I think this paintings color is more dark, very gloomy, and creepy. The color in this painting is weird, usually the sun should be red, but in the painting the sun is light pink, and the land also in different strange colors, which are dark blue and grey mixed together. In this painting everything is also connected, and the whole things looks like a evil world, and it makes feel it will only appear in the nightmares.
According to the statement, this artwork is contains a strong passion and diverse, it is totally came out from a individual vision. it presents a range of approaches vital to contemporary painting genre today, which includes representational responses to the landscape.