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Constructive Criticism

When going to the Constructive Criticism exhibit, it was hard for me to find one piece to write about because I liked almost all of them. The one that really caught my eye though was “Alexander Inglis’s Principles� by Roger Cummings. The piece was constructed of wood, aluminum, paper, and aerosol and one of my favorite aspects of it was how cohesive the artwork was. Even though the art itself was placed on two separate pieces of wood, it flowed and connected from one to the other. The sleek look and bright colors were very amusing to look at and kept my attention. I thought adding the aluminum strips to give it a 3D effect was a good touch and it brought more life to the piece. I really enjoyed the graffiti style of the piece of work and I felt it was very expressive.