What says it all for you?
Let art do the talking
Everyone likes some kind of art. That’s nice.
Finding art that says what you are thinking and feeling? That’s different.
Icons are nice. Made from steel or colorful anodized aluminum, that’s cool.
When it happens to be YOUR icon, that’s different. That’s really cool!
FIND art that says it, And
you’ll Find an Artist saying it!
Art is personal thing, both for both artist and art collector.
Objects you collect and place in your space say things, like:
Who you are
What you like to think about
What makes you feel you are more you.
Art is like favorite song. Take it home. Make it your own.
Give it your own personal meaning. Be collaborator with the artist.
You have become creative collaborators. Collaborators welcome!
See, All the cool kids own a piece of techXpressionist art
Which one is you?
It certainly is to the artist who made it, spending countless hours birthing an idea developing into a unique creation. When that art piece becomes part of your life to help tell your story to all that see it, then the artist and you have become creative collaborators. That’s how i see it. Collaborators welcome!
a Gift of art is a trio of expression
Original art is a spectacular gift, saying something about the giver, the recipient, and the relationship. And oh yeah, of the artist too. Artists like great songwriters, will leave a little room for the audience to make it their own. To me, that’s the funnest part of the whole deal. No wonder, all the cool kids have pieces of my art!
Exploration becomes a connection
What I discovered is that not only did people like these these little objects for their weight tactile aesthetics and other physical properties. but they struck a connection on a very individual personal level. Each individual responded uniquely to different images. This became an adventure in me getting to know my audience through my art. The art had become more about the audience than the artist. This was beyond anything I had expected, but I found it delightfully fascinating and rewarding.
Leave room for humans
Artists understand that art going to a good home will become part of someone’s daily life. Whether displayed at the office, at home, wherever, the context will give a new meaning and purpose that may go far beyond anything the artist imagined. I love discovering new meanings that my art has taken on with its new owners after they take it home. Richer than than I could imagine in som many instances are the stories of special personal meanings. Wonderful!
All the Cool Kids are art owners
Here’s a list of some of them. And it reads like a who’s who of tech design movers and shakers. If your name is on the list and you’d like it removed, please let me know and I will. But please just know I am proud to have you as a fellow art fan!
Thank you all for sharing your stories with this artist!
Kirk Ballou - Brian Sullivan - Russ Ungar - Jeremy Johnson - Josh Clark - Kevin Schoemacher - Stephen Anderson - Joe Dyer - J. Schuh - Marcelo Somers - Jessica Keup - Taylor Cowan - David Hill - Dudtin D, Tommaso - Philip Hunter - Kim Secor - Mariah Hay - Angelos Tzeleois - Heather Desurvire - Louellen Coker - Todd Zaki Warfel - Caleb Jenkins - Dustin Askins - Candy Bernhardt - Ben Smithee - Austin Govella - Jim Carlsen-Landy - Luria Petrucci - Sarah O'Keefe - Jonathan Kroll - Jennifer Knodler - Doug Price - Keith Anderson - Renata Phillippi - Travis Isaacs - Sharron Rush - Dave Curlee - Adam Conner - Matt Johnson - Marti Gold - A.J. Wood - Preston McCauley - Vince Sidwell - Susan Price - Elisa Miller - Samantha Shaddock - Chris Egen - Christine Smith Atkins - Jennifer Conley - Gabriella Draney Zielke - Adam Lotia - Hubert Zajicek - Sarah Boswell - Joshua Bright - Chris Johnson - Deborah Schwartz - Farlin Ali - Michael Griffin - Bill Swallow - Chris Koenig - Jeff Cheney - Leslie Cahil - Tammy Meinershagen - John Akers - Eric Rock - Paige Prater - Lara Becker - Chuck Devries - Katy Lavallee - Bill Harrison - Guy Briggs - Sharon Eagle - Leah MacMillan - Brenton Black - Ann Greenberg - Simon S. Mak, BSME, MBA, PhF - Dr. Ephriain Feig - Brendan Cooper - Brett Briley - Alan Baumgarten - Jeff Frater - Ben Judy - Susan Kujawski - Darrel Boyd - Holly Lambert - Garrett Kendrick - Pj Towle - Jay Hinkelman - Ben Hernandez - Wendall Oakes - Cathy Carter Landgren - Karen Hutto - Roger Kauble - Phyllis Lyon - Gwenaël Jacquet - Kent Johnson - Andrew Karrasch - Teresa Burger - Christy R. Mylks - Jay Hinkelman - Christian McKinney - Megan Stamey - Smantha Shaddock - Angela Faz - Aaron Hendrickson - Bonnie Hatcher -