2013 Future Curators Spotlight
Get to know the Albright-Knox’s 2013 Future Curators through the works in the Gallery’s Collection that inspire them.
Joshua Fraass:Claude Monet’s Chemin de halage à Argenteuil (Tow-Path at Argenteuil), ca. 1875
This work inspires me through the process used to create it. I like how through Impressionism and Claude Monet’s work I can see every stroke the artist used to capture what the painting is about. The nature captured in this painting makes me want to look outside into the world around me and really appreciate it. Nature is the main inspiration for me and I like to see other artists capturing nature and all of its beauty.
The Future Curators program is part of AK Teens, which is presented by First Niagara.

2013 Future Curators Spotlight

Get to know the Albright-Knox’s 2013 Future Curators through the works in the Gallery’s Collection that inspire them.

Joshua Fraass:
Claude Monet’s Chemin de halage à Argenteuil (Tow-Path at Argenteuil), ca. 1875

This work inspires me through the process used to create it. I like how through Impressionism and Claude Monet’s work I can see every stroke the artist used to capture what the painting is about. The nature captured in this painting makes me want to look outside into the world around me and really appreciate it. Nature is the main inspiration for me and I like to see other artists capturing nature and all of its beauty.

The Future Curators program is part of AK Teens, which is presented by First Niagara.

2013 Future Curators Spotlight
Get to know the Albright-Knox’s 2013 Future Curators through the works in the Gallery’s Collection that inspire them. 
Saraphina Masters:Claude Monet’s Chemin de halage à Argenteuil (Tow-Path at Argenteuil), ca. 1875The first thing I love about this painting are the gorgeous colors. They’re both soothing and engaging, and make the image of the coast thoroughly enjoyable. The more you look at it, however, the more you notice. The few people along the path, the growing brush at the side, and the distant mountains all draw the eye, but gently. It is far from underwhelming, and is one of Monet’s most pleasant works.
The Future Curators program is now part of the Gallery’s AK Teens program, presented by First Niagara, which just launched this week.

2013 Future Curators Spotlight

Get to know the Albright-Knox’s 2013 Future Curators through the works in the Gallery’s Collection that inspire them. 

Saraphina Masters:
Claude Monet’s Chemin de halage à Argenteuil (Tow-Path at Argenteuil), ca. 1875
The first thing I love about this painting are the gorgeous colors. They’re both soothing and engaging, and make the image of the coast thoroughly enjoyable. The more you look at it, however, the more you notice. The few people along the path, the growing brush at the side, and the distant mountains all draw the eye, but gently. It is far from underwhelming, and is one of Monet’s most pleasant works.

The Future Curators program is now part of the Gallery’s AK Teens program, presented by First Niagara, which just launched this week.