Artist: Alice Andreini
Exhibition: No-Man’s Land
Gallery: Max L. gator Gallery
Alice Andreini was an undergrad in Minnesota and majored in set designing. She’s currently a graduate student at CSULB and is on her way to complete her MFA in the School of Art’s drawing and painting program. Alice hopes to become a teacher at CSULB. Her hobbies include hiking, viewing the latest galleries, and poetry.
Her message behind her work is that she wanted to convey that the new architectural world was not always there and that is not a natural surrounding. We have made man made things a part of our daily lives. These man made creations are covering the world’s nature.
I liked Alices’ approach and message as it was unique. Her work reminded me of a abstract view of Long Beach. We get quite a lot of oil rigs and things like the port. I loved her balance between dark and bright colors. And how the bright colors are almost breaking through the dark.