Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Day 1 - Fine Arts Center Residency

Today was my first day of the Fine Arts Center Residency.  In addition to having all the art students
come into the gallery for an informal introduction, I made 6 pieces of fabric that I plan to use in a new composition which I will make on site.

These photographs are a little rough but perhaps they will give you the general idea.

Tomorrow I will be giving a power point presentation to both the morning and afternoon groups.  The students already asked some great questions during the informal meeting so I can't wait to hear what they have to say tomorrow.

I can't help of feel a tinge of jealousy when I see the opportunity that this school offers students in Greenville County.  Their facility matches any college program I've ever visited.  Fabulous!


Thank you for spending time at Studio 24-7.
If you have a talented child, give them the best 
education you can.  You will be repaid
many times.

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  1. Sounds like a wonderful experience for students and artists alike. How wonderful to be absorbed in it for two weeks! Enjoy.

  2. What a wondrous challenge you have! I hope you continue to enjoy it - thank you for sharing your experience. I look forward to your posts.

  3. Love what I see/read so far! Looking forward to future posts about this residency.

  4. Terry,

    The pieces look intriguing... a bit reminiscent of sheets of music or old parchment foolscap. I hope you enjoy your Residency as much as you are letting us...


  5. Thank you to each of you. I just completed my second day and I'm so so impressed. This doesn't surprise me but it's so refreshing.

  6. I've just read through your first three days -- what an interesting time you're having! I'll bet you'll come away with all sorts of fabulous ideas after this thought-provoking and stimulating time!

    1. Hi Vivien, It has been a very rewarding experience so far and I'm confident I will continue to see ways this has influenced me. I highly recommend this! Thanks for commenting.