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Re: technique vs. expression


Date: Thu Mar 15 2001 - 17:39:40 PST

I guess that is my philosophy. Always finish something you have started.
If you don't like it-learn from it and do it again-if you want or if there is
time. I worked as a designer/consultant in the lighting industry for 15
years before my first teaching job. If you didn't have the best design by
the deadline the customer set-You lost the job-maybe even your position. I
can't have these kids think they're going to graduate college and get a job
without some MAJOR competition. Artists are a dime a dozen-Many of them are
good but the truly "Great" ones are few and far between. I try to prepare
students by self analysis and exposure to other students work. They must
raise their own expectations or they will not grow in skill or intellect.
Kathy in Kalamazoo