>Who needs it anyway???
I'm not sure that everybody needs it. Some certainly need it more than
others and more than other things. > >Ahhh just kidding...did I raise anybody's blood pressure? > >I'm curious for myself and I would like to share some testimonials with >students; I think it would be good for them to relate to. > >What motivated you to become an artist/art teacher/art lover...
I get excited when I make art in ways that I don't get excited by doing
I get excited when I see art in ways that I don't get excited when I
experience other things. > >Why do you love it so much? Why do you love what you do whether it be >painting, drawing, photography etc.
I teach about art and I love doing that because I can get other people
excited about art.
I like to wrtie about art especially when I hear that other people enjoy
reading what I have written. > >How do you SEE the world differently because of your love for the arts?
I hate graffiti and industrial clutter. I love subtle relationships in nature. > >Who influenced you? And what motivated them and further motivated you(i.e. >DiVinci, Peter Paul Rubins, Ansel Adams, Duchamp...Charles Schultz, etc., >etc, etc.) in your life, in your art??? > >O.K. this is pretty deep and personal, but isn't art? I would really love >to hear (see) some responses if you so desire. Can you tell I'm a >student(curious, wanting knowledge to spill out my ears-of which it will >probably be happening very soon)? > >Thanks for your time. > >Paulette Jones >University of Minnesota >Art Education Student