Descriptive Essay: The Dallas Museum Of Art

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Museum Paper After studying art and knowing that the field of Art is a very rich one. It is not as simple as most of people think. Art needs understanding and very strong feelings and talent to succeed in forging a piece that would be called a piece of Art. Art is like a science, it has elements and rules and those would affect the final outcome of any piece of work. Theses conclusion I came to understand, made my experience in the Dallas Museum unique and exceptional. However, the feeling of entering the museum was completely different than what I visualized in mind before going there. At the moment I entered the museum and walked through the hallway, I came across wonderful paintings and art. However, there was one that grabbed my attention …show more content…
The great details and the dark colors made me feel as if I were standing with them and watching them meeting with the dragon king which is just exceptional to me. This piece of work represents Takenouchi no Sukune who was a famous warrior who lived an extraordinary life. The warrior had a dream to destroy an evil dragon king who were terrorizing humans and sea creatures alike and when he arrives at the place the dragon king emerges from the sea and presents him with a jewel that will give him control over the seas. This work consisted of many visual elements. The shape and mass were exceptional in his work. The ground they are standing on and how the dragon king is bowing to the great warrior and offering him the powerful jewel to control the seas could not be represented in a better way. The cloak flying on the back of the warrior and the arrows in his left hand and sword in the right hand shows the greatness and experience of this warrior. On the other hand, the dragon on the top of the king’s head are all great details that really brought this piece to life. The space was another great thing about this work. As mentioned before, space in this sculpture was represented in a great way. It makes the viewer live in the old ages with all the armors and weapons like swords and arrows. It takes us to the world of king’s and daemons. The greatness of this work lies within its great details and representing of the …show more content…
This was a very useful experience to me. It taught me that the art is not just drawing on a paper, it is far more complicated and contains the feelings and the soul of the artist. As Vincent van Gogh said “I am seeking. I am striving. I am in it with all my heart.” All great Artists that forged great pieces, lived and felt and thrived to create with their work. They summoned all their senses and feelings towards their work. They fused their words and feelings with their Art. It’s as Edward Hopper said “If I could say it in words there would be no reason to

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