NYU Saturday Art Class

So I have finished my Saturday art classes at NYU and here  are the results. I know that they all seem the same but hey that’s my style and I am very prod of it.

I would deffinitly recommend NYU art classes to any young artist who really don’t have the money and materials for art classes, because at NYU these classes were free. The student are chosen by how you answer some basic art classes so that’s really good.  Plus these classes were so much fun that I really didn’t mind waking up early (for a teenager that is) on a Saturday morning.  The teachers, now what should I say about the teachers, they are the most fun art teachers I have ever had. They are constantly talking and are so easie to talk to plus they really want to push your art skills. I have learned so much just by going these classes that I want to share them with you

And even if you aren’t a fine artist, you don’t need money to buy classes because in NYC or probably in any place, there are free classes that you could take and learn new skill. All you have to do is find them.

This is the link for free classes at NYU –http://www.nyu.edu/summer/2012/highschool/?utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=summerprecollege

Here are the paintings I did at NYU

If you have any questions please COMMENT!!!!!!!!!!

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This is my Final Piece

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Splatter It

Last weekend was my art exhibition for my NYU class. I was in the class about time, and how it can be expressed through art. So I had so do a final piece that did just that. I thought about all kinds of things, but my heart settled on making a sculpture out of paper and then having people use spray bottles (not the real spray bottles most people us for graffiti, but the kind for plants.), and spray it with all different colors. So that over time you could see how the painting changes.

My piece is called Floccinaucinihilipilification and yes it is a real word. It means – The action of habit of judging something to be worthless.

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