I continue my mission to get my artwork and my documents perfectly safe. The Canadian Centre of Conservation started me on my journey with the ’ten agents of deterioration’ (http://www.cci-icc.gc.ca/crc/articles/mcpm/index-eng.aspx)
quote by Joanna Turlej: Fine artist and Senior Web/Graphic Designer at Adora Graphics. The one-liner I like to use to differentiate is: decorative art is ‘pretty’, fine art is ‘beautiful’.
It is an exhilarating feeling to find a multitude of my works hanging on the walls of my residence . Now this is a woman’s residence run by a religious order. It is this very exclusiveness that gives me the ability to actively discuss my work as an artist. The pressure to not talk about personal things leaves me the ability to actively describe the progress of my work, And lately, it has translated into about twenty-five works hanging. But how can I tell people I have created works of this quality? Here in this quiet place there is a great danger of dissociation from your art and particular talents. If you were interested in buying a work of mine, how would you breach these problems of accessibility? Would you consider a work more valuable if one must get special access just to view it? How much would you pay just to see them? I would love to hear from you. Write your answers in the comment section of this blog.