Saatchi Gallery

By: Dennissa

Apr 15 2010

Category: Uncategorized

1 Comment

Aperture:f/2.8
Focal Length:5.9mm
ISO:200
Shutter:1/45 sec
Camera:FinePix S1000fd

During our stay in London we visited the Saatchi Gallery. It’s a large gallery that has different segments of art. We saw this piece that was displayed in a whole room. It was a drawing and brief description of all the soldiers that had died since the war in recent wars. What was amazing was theses cards were only about 5×5 cm. They engulfed a large white room from floor to ceiling. It was overwhelming and incredible. The drawings were very a accurate and the descriptions of the soldiers included their name, hair color and things like that. Another interesting touch the artist added was that the tone of the card matched the skin tone of the soldier. So by taking a glance around the room you could see the diversity. It was one of those pieces of art you’ll never forget. I want to impact people that way with my art.

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One comment on “Saatchi Gallery”

  1. You do impact people that way my love!


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