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Someone please tell me how the heck to post photos

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Havi
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Postby Havi » Thu Apr 15, 2004 11:29 am

very nice work! here in israel it opened immediately.
I enjoyed mostly the more imaginary like neptune, and the detail of the retro quilt - a very good piece in itself, reminds of Hans Hoffman .
I also like the framimg.
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Bozurka Pejcic
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Postby Bozurka Pejcic » Thu Apr 15, 2004 1:12 pm

Very nice work!
Like a watercolor paintings!
Really makes glass feel worm and soft...

There is one comment I have to make. :wink: I like your frames. The only thing doesn’t feel right to me is that your "paintings" need some air around them….It looks like you need another layer of one color glass around your “paintingâ€
Bozurka, Seattle

Cheryl
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interesting...

Postby Cheryl » Thu Apr 15, 2004 1:55 pm

I went thru a one-day critique recently with Steve Klein and asked that very question - about adding almost a border (like a quilt) between the work and the frame. Folks said no, but I'm still tinkering with the idea. Interesting that you brought it up.

Dayle Ann
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Postby Dayle Ann » Fri Apr 16, 2004 6:38 am

Cheryl, I also really responded to your work on a strong emotional level. I like the flat work best-- the one slumped piece didn't seem to show off your style well, at least in the photos. All of them made me want to get up close and really really look deeply. I felt drawn in.

What impressed me most from a technical/design perspective is how your designs seem loose and random at first glance, but clearly a lot of thought and control went into making them work. And they do. Took my breath away.

Personally, I don't think they need a border at all. Part of the response that I had to your peices was the sense of unending space. To my mind, a border would tend to hem them in.

Dayle Ann


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