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Mary Lue Allen says
August 15, 2016 at 5:35 PM
Day 4 was a lot of fun. Thank you Cory.
I had a blast placing my photos into random rooms but the most fun was transforming the room with my photos.
Now is Day 5 and I am reflecting on what we have done.
Whatever will be, you have given me this time. Thanks again,
Dorothea LeBlanc says
September 23, 2016 at 9:03 AM
Am I pleased?
Yes, this was a fun initiative, thanks Cory! And it’s encouraging to do with other artist-friends participating.
What did I do because of the challenge that I normally wouldn’t do?
1. I normally don’t talk over a video. But people liked it, so I’ll do it again!
2. I normally don’t take my paintings for a “photo shoot” downtown – that was a lot of fun!
3. I normally don’t have a system to show my process for a piece of art – I used to just slap process photos and videos up on social media whenever I felt like it – just scattering seed to the wind!
Was it harder than I thought?
Restraint was the biggest challenge.
Sticking to a system and being patient to show the process over a several day period was new. Even though yesterday, I did show the final stage of my piece in a different environment, I still haven’t taken a good quality photo to display as a final.
Other than that, so far it was easy and fun!
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