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Thanks for the interpretation but I don't feel I have to explain or
justify what I do or how I paint.I have read quite a bit about Art and
times but I'm not interested in finding out what "it" means
and self explanation. Luckily I guess I've always had pretty good
response to my work and if I had a web sight I'd let you see it.(still
waiting for my husband to set it up).
Are you an Artist as well?
(I know I can't spell so ignore all mis-spellings)
I thought you'd pick up on the "it"
steve carpenter wrote:
> The suggestion I posed about conducting critiques in the artroom works in
> all grades K-12 and in college. I know this because I have tried it in
> these various levels and it works for me. This approach is only one of many
> approaches to art criticism and critiques that can be used.the
> objective for the assignment.
> Anyway, I am sorry that you had such a tough time with critiques in
> college. You are not alone. Many people complain about bad critiques in