My initial perception of his voice through his art is being light, descriptive, passionate, imaginative, feeling of air; almost poetic. Reading the article, "The Power of Great Paintings" from UrbanMilwaukee, I see more into Mrozinski's voice as a writer.
Mrozinski’s voice feels like a mirror to his personality. Without knowing him, through his writing I begin to see a person behind these words. His own art, light and fluffy; like watching a breeze blow by, illuminated and soft. His voice is descriptive, passionate, imaginative and light. He writes with his words and not the words of an essay.
“My heart raced as I showed the attendant my ticket and entered the first gallery of “A Modern Vision: European Masterworks from The Phillips Collection” at the Milwaukee Art Museum.” (UrbanMilwaukee.com)
This sentence alone paints an entire scene. Mrozinski’s voice is unlike to a childs energy. Full of emotion but more reserved. With this example we get a sense of passion.
“Through Chardin’s masterful touch and use of soft and hard edges, the still life becomes a landscape. The haziness of the vase contour behind the sharpness of the peach creates space like a distant mountain range on a foggy day.” (UrbanMilwaukee.com)
Mrozinski’s use of diction is striking. His wording is light and effective. The more I read, the more I feel excited for the context he is writing about; almost like I’m going to see the art myself.
A passionate man writes how he feels. With every sentenceI read I felt the person behind those words. Light, passionate, descriptive, imaginative and more.