Happy Paint Party Friday! I can't wait to see what kinda creative mojo you hot mama's have been cooking up in your studios. This week we've got a double dose of party with a two part post: a little piece-in-progress PLUS a How-To video I made just for you. Cause I think you're super pretty...
If you've spent anytime with me in blogland, you'll know that I am obsessed with shrines. I was recently inspired to create a pocket shrine-- a teensy weensy talisman that began as a tiny Altoid tin:
It's difficult to see in the photograph, but the text on the inside of the shrine reads: Expect a Miracle. There is also a ghosty image of the Virgin behind the piece of polished quartz. It was a tiny undertaking with a surprisingly lengthy supply list: paint, candle wax, glitter, nail polish, wood, embroidery floss, glass beads, polished quartz, found paper and a bottle cap!
As creative creatures, we know that critique can be scary--sometimes so scary it keeps people from making or talking about art. NEVER FEAR. In this short clip I'll explain:
--What the hell critique is and why you need it to GROW.
--Provide suggestions for offering constructive criticism.
--Give you specific examples of HOW to talk constructively about art!
What are your techniques for talking about art? Let's talk!