Arts & Culture

October 31, 2013 12:06 PM

Finding a connection to art is all in the details

This summer I had an art experience that schooled me in accuracy and slowing down. Being reminded of these components is a benefit because I have noted them in the process of creating art. A lot of my work in promoting the arts is kind of like a high school football game, lobbing artists back and forth. It's fun, the colors are as bright as team jerseys, it gets people out of their doors, but it's not always in depth.

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