On Monday’s Creative Potager blog post I promise you more later about a new adventure that is happening on my recently created Facebook Page Art of Terrill Welch. Whether we title them Art Reviews, Comments, Engagement or Interaction, these writings are a fresh look at specific paintings and photographs. Now that the first Wednesday writing by Kathy Smith about SLICED WITH A TEAR
is posted and you have an example to reference, I am ready to share a little more about this project.
You may or may not realize from your frequent visits to my blog, that there are better than a handful of writers who regularly comment and share my work. When I decided to take the leap and develop a Facebook Art Page, I also took an even bigger leap and invite a few of these writers to review specific piece of my work for this new Page. Each Wednesday a writer will comment on a specific Terrill Welch painting or photograph. These writers review a specific work from the perspective of engagement and interaction with the art piece. You are most welcome to join into the discussion by leaving a few words of your own.
Now allow me to briefly introduce you to the team of writers who are joining me in November for the start of this new project (drum roll please!)
Kathy Smith is director of Kathy Smith Productions and studied at Art Center of College Design in Pasadena California. She can be reached through Facebook and her Facebook Page Lღνєs::gσσd::things With her first review comments posted today, look forward to more engagement with specific work in the future.
Charles van Heck is the former editor of the Woodhull Arts Journal. His poetry has appeared in various journals. He currently resides in Michigan where he is working on a novel. He can be reached through Facebook. Charles is writing about the SPEAK TO ME esquisse west coast Canadian landscape next Wednesday November 13, 2013.
Sandi White is an artist, writer and a University of Georgia-Athens Certified Master Gardener. Seldom when I think of Sandi do I not also think about her “Chicken Ladies.” She can be reached through Facebook. Sandi is writing about the painting Early November Sea for Wednesday November 20, 2013.
Laurie Buchanan almost needs no introduction here, nor does her tagline “Whatever you are not changing, you are choosing.” Laurie is an anchor writer for Sibyl Magazine and she’s also a contributing writer for Evolving Your Spirit magazine and a contributing writer for Power of Positivity. She can be reached through Facebook and also her blog Speaking from the Heart. Laurie is writing about plein air painting From Felix Jack Road Mayne Island for Wednesday November 27, 2013.
In December, I will introduce the writers whose first Art Review comments will be posted in December 2013 and January 2014. I know, it is hard to wait but sometimes we must. No hints this time – we are just going to need to practice patience 🙂
What are you waiting for?
SLICED WITH A TEAR is one of the paintings featured at my November 9th & 10th Open Studio event.
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From Mayne Island, British Columbia, Canada
For gallery and purchase information about Terrill’s photographs and paintings go to http://terrillwelchartist.com
- Arbutus on Mt. Park – landscape oil painting (terrillwelchartist.com)
- Large autumn seascape oil painting released Today – Sliced with a Tear (terrillwelchartist.com)
- Sold – End of Day with Arbutus – Contemporary Canadian Landscape Painting (terrillwelchartist.com)
4 thoughts on “Introducing Art Reviews, Comments, Engagement and Interaction with Art of Terrill Welch”
Terrill – I’ve got to tell you that I’m giddy with excitement, and I thoroughly enjoyed reading what Kathy Smith had to share about SLICED WITH A TEAR.
You asked, “What are you waiting for?”
Absolutely nothin’ — I’m about to click on every single “share this” button you’ve got (and then some)…
Whaaaaaahoooo! Make it sing Laurie! LOL! 🙂
Good luck with this, Terrill. It’s such an exciting idea and I wish you much success.
Thank YOU Leanne for encouraging me over a cup of tea to give it a go. Credit for coaching me through the early labour pains of birthing this project idea goes to you my dear friend.