Nassau Museum – Blue Exhibit

The first artwork that I like is the untitled photography by Deborah Turberville. When I first saw this, I thought it was a painting, but when I search up for Turberville on Google, I read that she’s a photographer. The reason I thought this was painting because of the lighting, and the figure looks blurry. The color from the gold and the blues match very well together in this piece.

The second artwork is by Han Qin. The use of negative space creates a silhouette that is easy to read. The figures look like they are floating in space. I went online to learn more about this piece because I’m curious about how the artist creates this piece. When I found the artist’s portfolio website, I learn that she used a UV light to create this type of work. That’s how she was able to create a beautiful color blue without using paint.

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