I'm making an essay for my class. I watched an exibit of an artist who uses oil paints and wood sculptering to make her stuff. She had inspirations from egyptian art, christian art, and the book The Sound and The Fury. Her art was always ambiguous (is the person lying on the ground dead, sleeping, unconcious?) and these were the questions my teacher threw at me. What type of work is it (painting, photography, illustration, design, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, installation)? What does the work look like (colors, textures, size, etc.)? What techniques were used? What is your reaction to the work? What does it communicate to you? How did you feel about the lecture? What stood out to you? What did you agree with or disagree with? Could you identify with the artist? Why or why not? Is there something that the artist said that gave you new insight to the work? Is there anything that the artist said that particularly surprised you? Motivated you? Made you think differently of the life of an artist? Did the lecture or exhibit give you any ideas of something that you would like to try in your own work? Yes I did answer them all. But I did it the way I brutally honestly would have answered them. Like a troll.