“Forsake the Shore: Triton’s Dolpins”


I’m about to leave and go off on my Italian adventure, and I’ve had a few hours to spare to do artwork.  I’m entering the College of Human Science’s art competition.  Winners will have their artwork displayed in the Chigi palace (see my later blog post to read about this place, it was redone by Bernini). That’s our classroom in Italy, the new housing for students (set to open while we are there!), Auburn’s over-seas campus, and a museum.  I’m keeping my fingers crossed and it might not be what they are looking for, but it was fun to work on.  It’s a bottom view of Bernini’s Fountain of the Triton at the Piazza Barberini in Rome.  I’ll get to see it in a week, and that makes it worth my time no matter what.


4 comments so far

  1. Christi on

    love it! (and so did everyone i proudly showed it to at the office 😉 )

  2. Chris on

    soooooo awesome

  3. ameubanks on

    I’m so very flattered. It’s different than anything I’ve ever done. It’s 24″x32″ in chalk pastel

  4. shaobing on

    GOOD!I like ur artwork.Shall we exchange our mind?
    I’m a student from China Academy of Art.

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