Artist: Alice Andreini
Exhibition: No-Mans Land
Gallery: CSULB School of Art, Gatov East Gallery
Alice Andreini is a graduate who is working towards her MFA degree in the CSULB’s School of Art Painting and Drawing program. Some of her interests include reading philosophical texts or poetry. She’s done three exhibits and each piece of work that she creates may take two months or two weeks. It all varies on the type of artwork that she is going to make.
Former Analysis: Her paintings looked like different kinds of landscapes, each painting including colors that beautifully compliment each other. One of the paintings I really enjoyed was the blue one. When I first looked at it, it looked like the inside of a cool stadium. On the bottom left and right hand corners, it looks like people standing with their arms up.
Content Analysis: Andreini states that while creating her work, she holds a suspect the singular viewpoint of a coherent perspective and question the constructions of how we view the world. She questions perception since we all have a different perception of things and our perception is affected by our experiences.
My Experience: I found her exhibit to be quite relaxing for some reason. Perhaps it was the colors that she used which were kind of neutral and not too bright.