Robert, "post modernist" and "contemporary", what is fun about now is new translations, the aspect of working within a framework of contemporary itself gives freedom to express the our world as we see it within the understanding that even the common mans' voice has merit in its translation... if I can suggest, re: your reverence to "uni", instructors give suggestions, and they if honest will tell you it is only suggestions not words to constrain your voice.
Robert, thank you for the time you took sharing your insight in my new pieces, it very appreciated, and your comments are very kind. With a diverse body of new work I was wondering which would speak the loudest, the unabashed expressive work or the quiet reflective. I as well heard "less is more" at uni, but I allow the piece to dictate so it is what it is...some less, some more. Thank you, thank you.
Hi, I started in the visual arts, and somehow gravitated to graphic design, which proved to be satisfying, and to some degree successful. Although, I always found myself taking the odd fine arts class, and in 2006 decided it was time to full fill a promise to return to visual arts... so I did - full -time, and currently need two classes for my BFA. So you see, much of my mark making I likened to a " archeologists dig", just trying scratch the surface to figure it all out.
hi Robert,seems to have the same love for snails as a topic,I was refugees during the war in Bosnia for 10 long years.At that time I was much envied to snails because they are always traveling and always at home. How smart.
Your work is great, my respect
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