Thursday, April 7, 2011

Studio Gallery Intern Art Review

Susan Hochbaum’s humorous image of a bright purple pastry contrasted against a historical building in Paris greatly emphasizes the abruptness of the pastry. The openness of the sky draws the viewer’s eye to the bottom of the image, and straight to the sweet, guilty, pleasure. It looks similar to a grape covered donut with another small pastry dripped over it. The bright purple contrasts beautifully against the overcast sky and the dark colors of the building. This piece is also a part of a series of other landscapes with yummy pastries snuck into them.

Asia Reynolds
Savannah College of Art and Design

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