December 6, 2012

Fluorescent Wall

I can’t recall the name of this piece in the hallway of the Bloch Building at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, but it was an awfully cool piece with fluorescent orange paint applied to one side of white, geometric shapes of varying designs and then affixed to a white wall.

Florescent Wall_edited-1

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  1. I like the lines and the angle of the shot.

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    • Thanks so much! It just kind of came together like that as I was torn by which line to follow and ultimately chose the bottom line of the wall art.

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  2. Unique angle. I like it! Robyn

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