...could paint that.
Are you familiar with the documentary "My Kid Could Pain That?" Have you seen it? A 4 year old girl busted upon the abstract art world and caught everyone by surprise. What she was doing was painting extremely complex traditional abstract paintings that caught the attention of some gallery owners, who later featured her works and sold some for five figure prices. Experts and journalists all caught wind of what was going on and naturally, the questions started flying. Was this 4 year old girl a natural phenom? Or was it her dad who was actually doing all the work, after all, he aspired to be an artist himself but ne
Time flys, often too quickly. Last night was my 25th year school reunion, and in many ways it only seems like only a few years have gone by.
What question did I get asked the most last night? "Are you on Facebook?" I think I was one of maybe two people out of 50 or more that wasn't. My answer? "No, I'm on Deviantart." That was followed by blank stares, appears DA isn't as widely known as we deviants think it is. Luckily my Nexus 1 Android phone was getting good 3G signals so I was able to show them some of my art. Seeing is believing, I think many of them were interested in DA after seeing what it was all about.
It's amazing how man