Secret Santa Gifts!Thanks for joining everyone! Here are the gifts:More Like This
:iconrunningglade: to :icontherumtumtiger:
:icontherumtumtiger: to :iconbluthewolfie:
:icontrixiemini: to :iconshadziulcowa:
:iconshadziulcowa: to :iconzombiihyena:
:iconbluthewolfie: to :icontrixiemini:
:iconzombiihyena: to :iconrunningglade:
I hope you all liked your gifts Happy Holidays!
Collection: Once Upon A TimeMore Like This
Once Upon A Time
Fairy tales usually begin once upon a time—a time that need not be identified because the tale, and its meaning, are of a timeless nature. The landscape of a fairy tale is often dreamlike, as if to tell us trying to apply normal logic to the story will only confuse the point that the storyteller is trying to make. Fairy tales usually involve dangerous journeys, often following after or searching for a wayward loved one, and entail a getting lost in the mists of time and space. The climax is almost always the discovery of a heretofore unknown inner store of courage in the face of evil and imminent death. Fairy tales tell our child
Artists Tell Why (Kim's journal version)This is a journal feature of several artists from my group ArtistforNonviolence I asked them a set of questions about why they as artists make activist-type artwork. What inspires them to address certain topics in their art? What role do they fulfill by using their skills and platforms in this way? Here are the questions:More Like This
1- What is your relationship to your work? Is it a therapy, an exploration, a tool, etc?
2- What is the driving force behind your work?
3- What percentage of your work is based on activism/awareness issues? How does activism and awareness relate to your artistic goals as a whole?
4- Do you have and intention for the viewer of your work?
5- What is your ultimate goal in creating activist artwork?
6- What do you do with your artwork? why? Including Deviantart, what platforms do you use? why?
7- What are your goals for the future of your artwork?
8- What other activist activities, research, etc. do you engage in, and do they inform your work? Or vice versa?