Each student chose an artist that inspired them at the Venice Biennale and created artwork that was a collaboration with that artist. Their written artist statement explained the artist’s work and how the student choose to collaborate. The resulting works ranged from paintings to mixed-media and installation.
This natural history museum in Siena is housed in a 12C monastery, dates back centuries and houses various zoology and geology collections. Travel Journal students spent a morning there observing and drawing.
Three days in Roma and much to see. The eternal city never disappoints.
We had a wonderful tour of the Colosseum and Roman Forum the next day, fortunately it was a warm sunny day.
They quickly got to work hanging the paintings.