It’s kinda ironic, if you think about it. Not that the now isn’t beautiful (and I have totally been taking night photos of the snow storm–they are forth-coming).
Both of my pieces placed! The photograph placed third, and the painting placed second. Honestly, the third place means more to me because there was more competition for it, but both of the pieces placing is very exciting since neither medium is my preferred medium. <–Although, the painting is kinda sculptural due to the use of modeling paste medium.
What I didn’t remember to tell y’all is that “The Voice of Water” prompt was for World Water Day (I’m not sure I actually knew it at the time I entered). I went to the little showing at CMN because I totally wanted to see the Best of Show (it was an art quilt; it was awesome). I also wanted to see the little kids interpretations of water. They were looking really good. Loads of potential.
Also, today–because World Water Day and a snow storm just wasn’t enough–I did my guest lecture thing for the Husband’s Humanities class. There were a whole four people, but it seemed to go well. Since an hour-and-ten-minutes really isn’t enough time to do more than a cursory drive by of the 20th (and 21st) century, I did a more “let’s talk about how we perceive and define art and how that has changed through the 20th century” thing. The kiddos talked (*shock* *awe*), and there was even a bit of contention between students about what constituted art. I did a drive-by of ontology and a reminder of semiotics, and I got the chance to show them some of my favorite artists.
It was shiny. Probably in my top ten teaching experiences. And! There wasn’t all the normal pressure of teaching since I was just a guest!
Later this week, there will likely be another blog. I wanna show y’all the night photography I’ve been doing (got a new tripod, thanks to the Husband), I can tell y’all about the fabulous coffee and cheese prizes I got for my art placing, and I can tell y’all about Gallery Night at The Art Garage.
*points* If you’re going to be in Green Bay Thursday night, come to the Gallery Night!