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Aug312011

StutzArtSpace in the Indianapolis Star

Indy Star's Jay Harvey and I do a Q&A about StutzArtSpace. Here's an excerpt:
Q: How do you sustain positive interaction among artists?

A: Creating art is a pretty personal thing. There's a big risk in how people accept your work, and how confident you feel about your work as you share it. We're trying to take the whole community into consideration, and some are looking at it from their own needs. We need to figure out how we're pursuing new things with the gallery, where we need to compromise and where to take a risk.

 

Reader Comments (1)

Hi, Andy.

Just checked out the images in your web site gallery. You have a unique and engaging style that I enjoy.

I noticed that your City Squared series appears to me to have been shot with Hipstamatic. It that right? It's a great series of images and the light you captured on the ivy shots is wonderful.

My work lately has been nearly exclusively iPhone and I keep hearing about another person in Indianapolis who is exhibiting iPhone art, but I keep getting sketchy details and have missed events. Is that person you? If it is, I'd love to see more of your iPhone work. Most of mine is currently on FB and I have a blog (http://totallyradimages.blogspot.com/) as well.

I hope we can meet sometime.

Best,

Rad Drew

September 4, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterRad Drew

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