The Baroque period is emphasized by drama and theatricality. The sculptor Bernie exemplifies this in his works. How does the Coronary chapel exemplify drama and theatricality? Bernie designed every aspect down to the last detail. What do you think of this style? Panoramic view (make it full screen): http:// www. Phantasmagoria. Com/502/Rome/Santa_Maria_Della_Aviators Some details: http:// www. Removable. It/Capped. HTML I really like Bering’s style and I appreciate his attention to detail. The Coronary Chapel is very bright on the inside from the virtual tour I took. I like that and I think this is on repose.
He wanted an open themed chapel that allows light in because the light signals that this is an open place and that you are welcome to come in. The floor to me is also beautiful and I appreciate the designs he displayed. The focal point is right in the middle and the patterns on the floor are concentric and move out from this point. Also every wall you look at has some sort of pattern or color. It is a bit clustered but I like it. It is complex and works very well for him. You can spend all day looking at something new and that is the detail I like. Not many places built today have this same detail.
Once again with the bright colors it is very welcoming. He draws your attention and wants you to come in and explore. The walls look to be stone and this gives it an earthy feel as well as an elegant flow. It looks to be rich and expensive and the artist did not cut any corners when they made this chapel. I like this and once again the attention for detail is amazing to me. The ceiling is even covered to display their creativity and skill. People come in Just to see the beautiful stone walls and they know that this building was built with the very best materials of this time as well as for today.