When you first arrive at the Tate Britain you are greeted with a set of stone steps that you must first climb before you can enter this spacious building. Once you have entered you are in a giant corridor that is filled with miraculous works of art. Some of the Britain was being worked on while we were there so we were unable to venture through some of the rooms but the works of art that I was able to see were great. Some of them were confusing like the giant metal ball on the floor that had and outline of a square around it. That to me isn't art its a metal ball on the floor I see tons of those on a daily basis I don't need to come to another country to see that. In one room there was an entire wall devoted to a painting of a tree and this tree was bare and the setting was late fall or early winter. It was a beautiful painting, however, I couldn't figure out the meaning behind why it was there. This spacious building was filled with many different types of art from various artists.
When I saw this drawing in the Tate Britain I knew I had to use it because it is a Robin bird and my name is Robynn. I love Robin birds for this very reason they are my favorite kind of bird but not because of their name. Watching them fly around in almost as if they are dancing in the sky. They have a beautiful color and the red on their breast is unmistakeable. The description for this drawing didn't give me much to go on but it was still a drawing that caught my eye. The detail that went into the texture of this bird would take many hours and great talent to complete. I really liked this drawing and I was impressed by the accuracy of the magnificent bird.
My Thoughts On The Tate Britain
I really liked this museum, it was fun to walk around and see the different things people had created. This gallery was a great way to end the "school" day it was refreshing and fun to be in, The atmosphere was light and relaxing. I'm not a fan of modern art and I never have been it's not a style I understand and I don't think I will ever be able to understand it. No matter how hard I try or how much effort I put into learning about it, it's just not ever going to come to me. Picasso is an artist that will never make sense to me. I saw some of his art at this gallery and it wasn't fascinating or appealing to me. As much as I love art and I really do I could go to many galleries and just spend hours in them looking at paintings and coming up with the way I feel the artist is trying to express what he wants to say through their art. The National Gallery is one of those galleries I could tour and never get bored, the Tate Britain is not one of those galleries. As much as I was okay being in there and ending my day that way I don't think it will be on the top of my list of places to revisit when I do go back to England if I have that chance again.