Now we enter show number 2! Carol is back at it again. A different print, a different medium and these words straight from Carol:
I see a pattern here, however. It appears that the other (or some) artists print their idea, where I print a portion of my idea and then try to turn it into something that I vaguely had in mind.
The beauty of Carol’s comment is “…turn it into something that I vaguely had in mind.” Working with Carol through the process I’m pretty sure she is saying it’s just not turning out the way I had expected. I do admire this though and I want Carol to know that. It is the founding idea behind Push Pull Print – to push your boundaries. I can only imagine it being a wee bit outside of your comfort zone to “pull” ideas together inside your mind and let them go into a process that you may know very little about. And when it doesn’t quite turn out the way you had expected….well this is where great ideas begin to be born.
Come visit Carol at Push Pull Print II
December 2, 2011
Countryside Gallery and Radhouse Studios
Corners of State and Washington Street.
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