Tatiana Walker’s Fresco Project
Student Tatiana Walker created her very own fresco for her History of the Renaissance and Early Modern World class this spring semester. In the paper that went along with the painting she explains that her work is a secco fresco, “a type of fresco that requires the plaster to be dry and the pigments to be mixed with a binder such as glue or oil as they do not have wet plaster to take the binder’s place…. One of the most famous secco frescoes is Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper, painted 1495 through 1498.” We are impressed by Tatiana’s art skills and her research. Well done!