Day of Art - June 2, 2020

Ariel Goldsztejn '22

Ariel Goldsztejn ’22
Concepts & Processes Class
Instructor: Jennifer Sturgill
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    • Ariel Goldsztejn, ‘22, ”Untitled”, 2020 Ink and Collage on Paper, 76” x 36”

      The mark making project made a significant difference in how I think when making art. When creating this piece I focused more on balancing the principles of art and design in the moment rather than being attached to a particular outcome.

    • Ariel Goldsztejn, ‘22, ”Untitled”, 2020 Ink and Collage on Paper, 76” x 36”

      The project had a structured series of stages. We began by creating mark making tools which also had sculptural value and then used them to create a variety of marks in ink on a large piece of paper.

    • Ariel Goldsztejn, ‘22, ”Untitled”, 2020 Ink and Collage on Paper, 76” x 36”

      Although this may not be the work of art that I take most pride in, it has made a very big difference in how I create and observe art. I have a more balanced sense of how artistic intention and intuition work together. I am also more conscious of the effects of my decisions in terms of how they affect the work's final form.

    • Ariel Goldsztejn, ‘22, ”Untitled”, 2020 Ink and Collage on Paper, 76” x 36”

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