This week, I had a short trip to Assisi.
Dante statue in front of Santa Croce church.
Here is Santa Croce church.
Interesting door nob.
I went to Assisi. This is the place I love… [Read more]
As the end of my time here in Florence is quickly approaching, I’ve sprung on my feet to learn and absorb as much as I can; the feeling is strangely comparable to when I a… [Read more]
I am gradually getting used to it. This week, I started to observe the cityscape and facilities of Florence little by little.
Madonna of Raphael at the Uffizi Gallery. How many times will I go … [Read more]
Every now and then, it’s important to revisit the things you’ve learned and the things you’ve seen. Not only does it give you the opportunity to look again, it can also be reassuring in your knowled… [Read more]
This week has been a huge come-down of energy. Temperatures are rising in Florence, heat exhaustion is real, and I can’t believe I’m still so tired after my exhibition. I guess I did … [Read more]
Start with the nice view spot in Florence – Ponte Vecchio.
Was there the Dante and Beatrice at the corner of this bridge?
I went Uffizi Gallery.I met this art.
It’s the real thing I’ve seen f… [Read more]
My First Art Exhibition
True learning (especially for a hard-head like myself) is in experience. This is why I’m excited to say I’ve finally experienced my first art exhibition. With the lovely su… [Read more]
A Week of Preparation
Slowly but surely, I’m getting closer to being completely prepared for this exhibition. What’s not pictured in this report are the constant trips to hardware stores and craft … [Read more]
Practice, Practice, Practice
This week was a repeat of the last --oils, still-lives, and landscapes. With a big exhibition coming up, I’m at place with the repetition, and perhaps it’s needed for m… [Read more]
After the last few months, I’ve gotten used to my professors’ outlooks and teaching techniques. I’m excited to have started a new painting class with professor Rinaldi to gain yet … [Read more]