Digital Artist and Creative Writer
Curator and Owner of Viewpoint Handmade Gallery in Bendigo talks about her return to the creation
of art in the newest exhibition at the gallery.
Good on you Jess – getting back to your inner artist! Awesome theme can so relate to it. And great job to Sharon also nicely put together 🙂 T
Thanks for the feedback Teresa.
Thanks Teresa – it has definitely been a relatable piece!
Thanks Jess and Sharon! When I walked in there I felt like I’d come home ha! I thought you had a frame (a big box or something) under that pile of clothes I didn’t realise it was ALL clothes.
On a more serious note, good job Jess. Art is different for everyone, but for me art is a success if it makes me feel something. I actually felt like crying when I walked in that room (little bit embarrassing I know) . Not because not having anything to wear makes me cry but because I’m more likely to say, ‘I have nothing to wear’ when everything else is going to shit.
You are very welcome Julie, I was so taken with the show that I felt I simply had to record a part of it in detail…what better way than to interview the curator!
Thanks Julie – you’re not the first person to tell me that it elicited a strong emotional response.
I think if we can take anything away from it – it’s that we’re not alone in that overwhelmed (and slightly irrational) feeling!
Thank you Sharon, it came together well!
Yes your passion for art came through well.
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