This particular assignment was based on the great artist Van Gagh, and one of his greatest piece 'Starry Night'. We were asked to paint our own interpretation of his work by either creating a piece of work using his painting technique or painting 'Starry Night' with our own little twist. In this case I had chosen to mix both aspects of the assignment to create my piece. I chose to adapt his technique with my work, some of his images such as the stars into the painting but also creating something completely different which as you can see are the wolves created from the sky, almost like a dream. The medium used for this assignment was acrylic paints. The main element that I focused on for this assignment were the colors and the way that the lines where painted , the shape that the lines created and the different colors used. I tried to make my lines as amazing as Van Gagh but instead I made my interpretation of the lines, putting my ow twist on Van Gagh technique. This particular pieces was made just by painting one line at a time. There was no set image in my mind before creating this painting. I decided to create an image by the mistakes that I made, these mistakes made the image for me, i just worked around it. It was only half way through when I new exactly what I was painting. When creating this piece it just felt really easy and care free, something that I really enjoy, when work doesn't become work anymore. If anything what I want an observer to see is the movement made by the colors and the lines that are created, more or less there is no set story behind it, so it would be interesting to hear what an outside would have to say about this image. The most challenging part about this assignment was choosing or finding inspiration to get started but once I found it, it really became exciting. This is one of my favorite pieces because of how vibrant it is. I don't know why I painted it or where the inspiration came from but sometimes this is how your favorite pieces come about.