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June 13, 2009 at 1:59 pm
I have read your essay and passed it along to several people who are working to support the arts (mainly in the schools). As a private drawing instructor, I put referenced quotes from artists, critics and the generally wise up on my studio walls to impress upon my students the value of art and the internal struggles in making art. I wanted to ask your permission to quote you from your essay, particularly the line, “We make art—we turn to art as a source of the energy we need in good times and bad—because we’re human, and art is one of the essential things we do to be human.” It is beautiful because it is true.
September 17, 2009 at 6:40 pm
Thanks so much for the introduction. Your work looks terrific.
Really like the site specific nature of this panorama, and
its relation to animation, specific space, and small changes.
Also think the dark walls really work..(which isn’t easy!)
Have wondered about Linda Durham..she seems to have
a good program. Also would love sometime to see Santa
Fe. Can’t believe I’ve never been there, at least as a
grown up! Our family travelled cross country when
I was little, think we were in SF then!
Do you know Phillis Ideal? We’re friends..she
lives out there, and here..love her work!
Also thanks for the gouache info. Never have used their
paints, but will try. (Use gouache alot and love it too!)
Best, please keep me posted on your work, events, etc..!
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