Thursday, December 9, 2010
Studio Gallery Intern Art Review
Micheline Klagsbrun’s work “Python Creation” in mixed media shows the stunning beauty of nature by exaggerating the vibrant colors of a python. The work shows the image of a python’s eye wide open, most likely staring at its next prey. The use of complementary colors blue and green gives the work life, and the stare of the snake is so intense that it seems as it is staring into one’s soul. Seeing this work in the gallery could startle a person with they wide-eyed look from the snake. Klagsbrun intricately shows the scales of the animal to give it a more realistic feel. Much of Micheline’s work is based on poems from Ovid’s Metamorphosis.
Montgomery Blair High School
Posted by Studio Gallery DC at 12:35 PM