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I looked up your drawing on the Net. Thanks for the tip. Strong!
Your response is interesting. Thanks for the honesty of it.
I admire your autonomy.
When you already know the answer when you ask another artist a question,
what are you looking for?
Best wishes to you, and thanks again.
>This is in response to your questions about seeking critiques of my
>work as an artist. I was about to respond, "NO, a thousand times no!"
>Then I realized that I have sometimes asked another artist, "What do
>you think?"--but only when I knew the answer. I draw, paint, create
>collages for me, in answer to my own voice. Of the times that I
>listened to the voice of others, the work lost meaning for me, and
>God forbid, if I changed the work, the quality of the design,
>drawing, whatever, was zip! So, I invite your criticism of my art
>work. It is an old piece and can be found at:
>A student in computer science has been working on a web page for the
>art department--she has a ways to go yet. (By the way, my former
>name is Pomeroy, and that is how the piece is signed.)
>Oh, I liked Schasfoort's reply to you.
>Dept. of Fine Arts
>Dickinson State University
>Dickinson, North Dakota 58601