The first piece that one would see when entering the gallery is Takashi Murakami’s piece called Panda. It would be front in center in a long hallway that twist and turns. It would make the viewer feel uncomfortable and out of place. The way the colors pop against each other makes one want to look away. Also it gives a sense of excitement that you the visitor should be ecstatic that you entered the gallery.
Andy Warhol's Portraits of the Locksley Shea Gallery
The second piece would be Andy Warhol’s piece Portraits of the Locksley Shea Gallery. The piece itself would be installed to float down from the ceiling. The way the soft pastel colors are used gives the visitor a feeling of being calm. The bright colors makes one feel relaxed and not feel so hectic as the first piece did. It will make you want to keep going town the twist and turns of the gallery to see what is next.
Kehinde Wiley's Santos Dumont-The Father of Aviation II
The final piece that would be placed in the gallery would be Kehinde Wiley’s painting titled Santos Dumont - The Father of Aviation II. It would be placed at the end of the path against a white wall that is in the form of a rectangle. The way the colors are used in this piece brings a feeling of sadness. The two figures in the painting are contrasting with the bright blue sky in the background. Yet at the same time the figures give the viewer a sense of peace with the smooth pastel colors they are wearing.