There was the exhibition in Rauch Business Center. Best thing in this exhibition to me, was various perspectives and works of female artists, and explain the work one by one by students who majored in art. The background of the work and students own opinions seemed to blend into a wonderful story.
My favorite painting was these two works. First art was beautiful to me which the color of the dress and background. The second art was expressed the diversity of America, its beauty, and problems in opposition. I think it is a work that reveals the two sides of the U.S.
Oct. 7. 18
I went to pick pumpkin with my uncle’s family. October is the season of harvest, and since Halloween is coming soon, his children want to have a pretty big pumpkin.We used the hay ride for arrived at the pumpkin field. Big pumpkins had already picked or broken, so we picked the cute little pumpkin.
The weather was cloudy. It rained a little, but it also felt better to walk around the market. Joyful noises and warmth from a vibrant market, merchant and dancing man filled the square. The market wasn’t not so big, but everything was there. Fresh vegetables, fruits, warm baked breads, exotic food trucks with strong spices and sweet dessert trucks. The food I chose was an Egyptian food truck which did not have many opportunities to experience to me.
Among them, a friend who knew about the menu, Mohamed, tried the Shawarma and also he recommended it to me. It was a wrap-like sandwich with unfamiliar spices and familiar ingredients, and it was a great combination of savory bread, fresh vegetables, and well-done chicken. And he bought us another kind of food before I even finished eating all the amazing Shawarma. After sharing the flavors that I had never experienced, I went to the bakery that I was most looking forward to. Dan recommended some bread to me, and I could choice the most eagerly anticipated cookies and some kind of nice, well-done bread on the spot. The meals and desserts with melted chocolate, chewy bread and warm pre-purchased coffee were satisfying and stable enough to want to eat even more. I had a meal with my friends, small jokes and lively Farmer’s Market, which was fun enough not only once but one more to try all the food.
It was the birthday of Dr. Murphy, our StepUp course writing teacher. Kevin and I planned surprise birthday party with classmates. At the ice cream cake shop, the clerk recommended that I could letter at top of the cake.
So I confidently challenged lettering. I was a little sad because there was only blue pigment, but it was happy that Dr. Murphy was love to see the cake! I think it was a successful birthday party. Because we wanted to give her a birthday present that wouldn’t be forgotten over time.
Happy birthday Dr. Murphy!
Oct. 5th, 2018
The Teaching Museum was located on first floor in the Zoellner Art center. Among the countless works, famous artists such as Andy Warhol and Picasso were also on display.
Looking at the pictures, we talked freely about the emerging image, and the words and themes listed were all beautiful or creative. Above all, I enjoyed the stories about paintings that curators explained.
This picture is my favorite picture at the exhibition. This painting of a woman who was friend with an painter, reminded me of an old and big tree. With this painting of her with dark light, I could see a strong woman who had endured and fought her life.
Nov, 28, 2018
I’ve never had a chance to experience Irish culture before. At the festival, there was a shop where you could eat Haggis or buy traditional Irish clothes. The most enjoyable thing for me was the Celtic performance.
One of my favorites was Guinness beer! I drank five beers this day.
I had a good time with my friends. It was a great help to build a close relationship.
Sept 16, 2018
In Zollener Art Center, we watched the musical show, CIRQUE ELOIZE.
It was really great! There was artistic movement, fantastic music and interesting stories.
Of course there was my friends. On of my classmate, Kevin, was just woke up and his hair is messed up.