Owe’neh Bupingeh Preservation Project
As I walked around the gallery room, I saw this photo of a man and a rural house. It was intriguing to see because the natural light from outside gave the setting a beautiful progression from light to dark. As you can see the the shadow of an object is blocking out light. So the dominant color is the picture is the blue and the sub-dominant is the peach like color and the accent color is the yellow.
The trip to Cooper Hewitt was very fun for me, a lot of the different pieces caught my attention. This one was my favorite, at first it looked like pills I don’t know why I thought of that. To me this piece symbolizes balance because of how the colors are filled up, and then the white fits into it. The museum was occupied with pieces that had a great amount of detail, as well as culture.
In the Cooper Hewitt Museum, I looked through the big table with the giant screen collection they have in the current and old exhibition. This has caught my eye because of different shades of light brown. IN the background you could see a little bit of light blue and medium blue. This was done by Heatherwick Studios and Thomas Heatherwick in 2003, called Bleigiessen.
My Copper Hewitt research page.
Hours Worked: 45 minutes
I decided to take this image because it has all the qualities that the image needed. It has color hierarchy although some are very close in amount like the sun red color and the dark gray on the roster.
This project is about the Harlem hospital center, 192,000 squared foot, shows off its highly advanced technological building design. The high curtain performance wall known as a facade, replicates 3 panels from a Works Progress Administration mural that depicts scenes from the African diaspora story.
work time-29 minutes