Title

The World In 207 Pantones

Lead Author Major

Graphic Design

Lead Author Status

5th year Senior

Format

Senior Art and Design Exhibition

Faculty Mentor Name

Marie Lee

Faculty Mentor Email

mlee2@pacific.edu

Faculty Mentor Department

Art and Graphic Design

Abstract/Artist Statement

As a foreigner studying in the U.S., I often find myself with the opportunity to travel at an international level. Traveling is a very active aspect of my life, either for pleasure or for necessity, I fly around the globe an average of ten times a year. Whenever I have the opportunity to jump on a plane, I love to visit new countries and learn about their culture and traditions. From a young age I was introduced to art and immediately took interest in studying art history, which later developed my fascination for finding the monuments and buildings that I had been reading about in school books. Because traveling and photography go hand in hand, I have always had an inclination for photography so as any artist, I do not go anywhere without my camera. As I grew older and started to explore the globe by myself or with friends, I always took it as my mission to capture every little detail of my discoveries so I could later show my mother, who is my biggest supporter for anything I do and a huge influence on my love for art. Something that almost always grabs my attention when traveling are the colors. It fascinates me to walk around a new European city and find all its hidden colors in architecture and nature alike. That is why I chose to compile some of my most colorful images into a booklet. I found it to be an underlying common denominator in most of my photographs and thought it was about time they saw the light.

Location

Reynolds Gallery

Start Date

18-4-2018 6:00 PM

End Date

11-5-2018 5:00 PM

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Apr 18th, 6:00 PM May 11th, 5:00 PM

The World In 207 Pantones

Reynolds Gallery

As a foreigner studying in the U.S., I often find myself with the opportunity to travel at an international level. Traveling is a very active aspect of my life, either for pleasure or for necessity, I fly around the globe an average of ten times a year. Whenever I have the opportunity to jump on a plane, I love to visit new countries and learn about their culture and traditions. From a young age I was introduced to art and immediately took interest in studying art history, which later developed my fascination for finding the monuments and buildings that I had been reading about in school books. Because traveling and photography go hand in hand, I have always had an inclination for photography so as any artist, I do not go anywhere without my camera. As I grew older and started to explore the globe by myself or with friends, I always took it as my mission to capture every little detail of my discoveries so I could later show my mother, who is my biggest supporter for anything I do and a huge influence on my love for art. Something that almost always grabs my attention when traveling are the colors. It fascinates me to walk around a new European city and find all its hidden colors in architecture and nature alike. That is why I chose to compile some of my most colorful images into a booklet. I found it to be an underlying common denominator in most of my photographs and thought it was about time they saw the light.