"I believe people can have a profound experience by being surrounded by something beautiful - that's what I aim for. My sculpture is about the way you feel when you're standing under it and inside it. It's experiential art."
- Janet Echelman
So, you've conquered the Louvre, walked through the Jardin des Tuileries, wandered down the Champs Élysées, and snapped pictures at the top of the Arc de Triomphe, but can you say that you've seen all six statues portrayed in Enji's photos? As a final Paris art challenge, Enji Sereglenbat (CEA Paris Alumni summer '14 and current Alumni Ambassador) challenges you to this scavenger hunt based on some of her sites around Paris and Versailles.
Enji's Art Adventures in Paris
Besides being nicknamed the City of Lights, Paris is also the City of Art.When I lived in Paris for a month, my existence remained most of its time inside many unique museums, surrounded by beautiful art works of many forms. However, when I walked and spontaneously explored the city, the sculptures and statues found a special resting place in my artful soul.
|Enji (far left) and friends enjoying the Eiffel Tower|
|Outside the Palace of Versailles|
|Sculptures at Père Lachaise (left) and Jardin des Tuileries (right)|
|Enji and friends at Trocadéro (left) and sculptures at the Rodin Museum (top right), the Paris Opera House (middle right), and the Palace of Versailles (bottom right)|
Enji Sereglenbat is a CEA alumna (Paris Summer'14). She is an Alumni Ambassador and a junior at the University of Utah.
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