ARTdart: There are as many ways to think about art as there are to create it. Join Pamela Beck in her new column, ARTdart, as she explores and considers the different perspectives that define the art world.
~ I promise to stop finding fault with the Chalk Festival and being such a killjoy.
~ I’ll stop using post cards of the Sarasota sculpture “Unconditional Surrender” over which I’ve scribbled, Not in my Backyard, as my personal stationary.
~ I will go to art shows in St. Pete and Tampa and stop blaming my laziness on the long drive, the heat, my poor sense of direction or being a one car family.
~ I will join a gym to get myself in walking shape for Art Basel Miami Beach 2013 so I don’t expect to rely on their promised, yet nonexistent working shuttles and available taxis.
~ I will never again use my cell phone while I “contemplate light, perception and experience” in James Turrell’s Skyspace, “Jacob’s Coat”, at the Ringling Museum. (Or at least I’ll change my ring tone from “She’s a Brick House.”)
~ I’ll finally sign up for the art class I’ve always wanted to take rather than pretend my time is better spent studying “The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Quickbooks.”
~ I’ll stop sending medical school catalogues to my undergrad son who wants to become a potter.
To An Art-Filled New Year!Happy 2013!
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That reminds me…….. 😉
I will not make a promise I know I cannot keep! Loved it Pamela!
I second these! And let’s add a resolution to see each other more often this year — to carp about new art outrages, of course.
Nothing like a sense of humor to welcome in the New Year.
May the creative spirit inside all of us continue to bloom in 2013!!
I too would love to promise to see one another this coming year… and keep it!
Love your humor…too fun!
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