Presentation on theme: "Sandy Skoglund Born in 1946 Surreal Photographer."— Presentation transcript:
Sandy Skoglund Born in 1946 Surreal Photographer
Info Born in Quincy Massachusetts in 1946 Went to Smith College and University of Iowa Has been a professor of Art since 1973 Taught first at University of Hartfords art school in Connecticut from Has been teaching at Rutgers University in New Jersey since 1976
Revenge of the Goldfish  I really like this picture because that element of sadness and annoyance makes a great sense of what the photo is really about.
Maybe Babies  Sandy Skogland admits to being obsessed with her art I dont know how I could not be, since art is you
Raining Popcorn  Used thousands of pieces of popcorn to make this photo Sandy Skogland and her work is definitely out there and quirky, but down to art it is beautiful and mesmerizing.
Breathing Glass  Used thousands of pieces of broken glass to shape human-like figures
Cold War  She really uses her feelings and emotions to reflect into her work. I like how in each photograph she takes there is an element that is specific and appears very clear.
The Cocktail Party  Constantly used Plaster and chicken wire to shape animals, and also using furniture and people "I think I am most fond of the unseen part. I mean that the various cultural experiences that I go through, and the behavioral aspects of getting the work done, are just as important as the installation and the photograph
Favorite Fox Games  I really like how this photo is different and strange and how she uses bold colors and the plaster molds to shape the picture