A & S standards
gunnora at bga.com
Wed Oct 23 13:33:00 PDT 1996
>I write icons (it's called writing not painting for some strange
>reason) How many people out there know how to judge a period Icon?
>Probably not many. I don't mean to belittle anyone, but I shudder to
>think of judges casting votes on my icon when they know little or
>nothing about the subject. (I could be wrong about how many folks know
>anything about icons, I apologize if I tread too heavily on tender
I, for one, took a lot of time and actually have *read* some of your
excellent documentation, which explained the art in enough detail for me to
understand the time, authenticity and care you put into the art.
Documentation can go a long way to explaining a lot of things, so
it's sad that some folks never seem to read it. I know that my
documentation tends to the way too long... actually, I tend to write
research papers instead of documentation. But I've watched my displays over
the years and have only seen maybe 10% of the folks judging the displays
actually take the time to read the documentation, or even glacne through it.
This makes the body of work displays where the artist is present a
bonus, because you as the artist have a chance to verbally explain the ins
and outs of your arts form.
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