Mark Rothko live!

Live at the MoMA – a whole room of Rothko – wow!


Philip Guston

I liked these two pieces, but the rest of his work seems very different once I looked it up online!

Clyfford Still

Pat Steir

Faith Ringgold

One of the more famous art quilters – she uses silkscreening, painting, and quilting to further her storytelling.

The Sunflower Quilting Bee at Arles, 1991


Coming to Jones Road: Under a Blood Red Sky, 2000


Jazz Stories: Mama Can Sing, Papa Can Blow #4, Nobody will ever love you like I do, 2004


Seo-Bo Park

Seo-Bo Park is a contemporary South Korean artist, in his 70s now, considered the “father of modern Korean art.” His work includes traditional Korean paper in addition to paint.

Ecriture No. 100509

No. 070405


No. 050319

Ecriture No. 051128

Mark Rothko

Talk about color. Born Marcus Rothkowitz in Russia, Jewish, immigrated to U.S. with his family when he was 10 years old. Dropped out of Yale. 1903-1970. He didn’t seem too happy. When he started these big abstract color paintings, they started out yellow, orange, bright, and then turned darker. His last work was quite dark, literally. I like that they were big canvases, that it’s just about color, and that they make you look at the edges where the colors touch.

I like the ones where there are colors that look similar next to each other, where you don’t notice that they are two different colors first and then you see the edge and notice that there is an edge.