Monday, 16 July 2007

Thank You

(This post was in response to a variety of comments which have now been deleted).

I would like to thank all of you who visit my blog and take the time and trouble to comment.

I believe that art has no boundaries - neither place nor gender, nor age.

I make my art and put it out there for the world to see - if it touches someone, amuses
someone, brings someone joy, makes someone think, or irritates - than that is all well and good.

I work from my soul, expressing what I need or want to say.
I started this blog as way of showing how I work, what my decision processes are and if the pieces themselves work or not.

I have friends to stay now for 10 days - and will not be in the studio much - although I will probably post about how it feel to have completed a big piece later in the week.

I realize that I will not get my commentary right for all of the people all of the time - and that is something we will all have to live with. But I will take on board suggestions that make it easier for viewers to understand (ie 20cm = 8 ins)

This blog is about my art, my processes and my musings on an artists life and I will welcome comments on these matters. In future I will moderate comments that are not related to the above.


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Anonymous said...

Karen , I've enjoyed your daily postings, and your honesty when you are feeling like Mr Grumpy ( as in the Mr Men series of children's books in the uk). Have a good break from work with your friends and I look forward to viewing your blog in a couple of weeks or so.

An admirer of your work