Repost of a previous post: “Art Critic?”

Posted: May 8, 2009 in Art and Business, Art and Politics, My Life as an Artist, Scrapel Hill Art Exhibit, Uncategorized

After what was a very productive day and as usual not enough time to get it all done, I am flustered at what I recently read regarding the artwork at the Scrapel Hill Art Exhibit. I guess I am feeling so affected because I did put my heart and soul into my entry and was feeling pretty good about it. In fact, I still feel good about it. In fact, I am sure all of the artists are proud of their creations. I may not like every work for all the same reasons, but I do find a worthwhile quality in every piece and encourage everyone to go and see it for yourself. 

Here is the link to the one persons mind:
http://trianglearts.blogspot.com/2009/04/scrapel-hill-art-show-in-univerity-mall.html

Here is the link to the Scrapel Hill website where you can find information about the artists and the story behind their work: 
http://www.scrapelhillart.com

Here is the link to get directions to the exhibit. Then you can determine for yourself, with your own mind, what art is good for you and what you will leave alone for others to enjoy: 
http://www.universitymallnc.com

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Comments
  1. Alan says:

    Again, the so called “critic” has an opinion. If the people who were judging the entries had a clue about the “story behind the art” … there would be no question as to which piece(s) has the most inspiration and depth. No matter what the outcome, your entry is a winner by a long shot, and shall be remembered throughout the ages. Your “heart & soul” effort is an inspiration to behold.

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