Richard Prince is famous for appropriation in his artwork, otherwise known as "rephotographing." One of his recent works was a series called "New Portraits" in which he took other people's photos from Instagram, photoshopped new captions on them, printed them, and sold them for up to $100,000. But is this art? What confuses me is … Continue reading Richard Prince
My childhood best friend came back into town, bringing along her boyfriend. The three of us explored Dallas a bit, making a stop at the Dallas Museum of Art. I love them to death, but don't even try to bring athletes to an art museum. They're both in college with huge golf scholarships and are … Continue reading Dallas Art Museum
Still trying to get familiar with Premiere Pro, but I'm weaving together the plethora of video clips I took at the runway show I helped with last week! Expect the full video in the next few days!
In class we're getting educated about editing videos. As a frequent iMovie user, I'm excited to actually learn some real editing software. Here's a screenshot of a little exercise we did in class. My professor told us we could grab whatever videos we wanted to edit together, so my mind went straight to music videos … Continue reading Playing Around with Premiere Pro
You see that beautiful piece of zebrawood I'm holding? That gorgeously crafted piece of art? That is my electric-acoustic Ibanez, commonly known as Troy. (Side note: My first guitar was a classical named Gabriella, so maybe you can connect the theme here. I unfortunately can't plug her in or put a strap on her, … Continue reading Troy and His Series of Unfortunate Events
Este, Danielle and Alana Haim make up one of my new favorite artists. I've talked about them a lot on social media it seems, but I wanted to dedicate a post to talking about their music. I love, love, love artists that are different! Their vocals, drum beats, and overall songwriting are so unique! For … Continue reading HAIM