Why this painting is a work of art
When you see a decorative wood window shutters, what do you think of?
What do you see?
What does it tell us about the world?
We have a lot to learn from the past, and this work by artist Tessa Kannatas is a good place to start.
The work was created in 2012 as part of a project to showcase the work of the artist.
It is an expression of the painter’s desire to preserve and preserve the beauty of the wood, and the work is now on view at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of American Art in Washington, D.C.
In addition to its aesthetic, Kannastas’ work also speaks to the history of wood, as the artist has said it is her “first brush with a human body.”
“This piece represents the experience of an artist in the 21st century who has lived and worked in a world where the beauty and majesty of wood is endangered,” Kannas told ABC News.
“I want to show that the trees and their beauty are still worth fighting for,” she said.
Kannatos’ work is part of an exhibition at the museum titled The World of the Wood.
The exhibition, titled “Wood, Power, and Power,” explores the history and importance of the material, and features works by some of the world’s greatest artists.
Karras said that while she loves the idea of the work, she is disappointed that the exhibition will not be able to display it.
“The museum’s goal is to bring attention to the beauty in wood, not to tell us why it’s beautiful,” Karras told the Los Angeles Times.
“It’s just not going to be able.
It’s going to remain a mystery.”
The work, titled The Wood, is one of the most popular paintings in the museum’s permanent collection.
The installation is part one of a series of installations that include an installation by Russian artist Dmitry Khrushchev and a portrait of British artist Michaelangelo.