Women are powerful. Throughout history they have fought hard to overcome challenging battles. With determination, persistence, and don’t forget beauty, they are works of art who have a lot to bring to the table.
Real Art welcomes Lexi White and Julia Kolb, the new chić and innovative externs, as the newest additions to our team. These artistic gals are working out of Real Art’s Dayton headquarters. They are currently participating in the externship program at the School of Advertising Art, soon to be known as The Modern College of Design, so they found it fitting to name this project the Modern Muses. These soon to be grads are honored to be a part of our creative environment and are looking forward to growing while they are here; it’s time to get experimental and resourceful.
Using high end fashion and building off of the Greek mythological story of the muses (goddesses representing creative influences) Lexi and Julia will become two of them, taking on statue form. By placing them in an area that has an atmosphere of importance and power, the muses become the focal point, and the viewer will be captured by the story and influence they show.
Lexi represents the goddess Thalia, showing her comedic personality as well as her rich festivity and blooming, she uses unique ways of thinking while putting pencil to paper to enforce the power of the print. Julia, the goddess Terpsichore brings out her talents of music, song, and dance, her vibrant personality and life breathes air into the productions she will make through video. Together during their four weeks at Real Art they will discover new processes, uncover meaningful skills, and learn to build wonder.
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