Artist statement – (part 5, project 4, ex 4)

I was delighted to see some down-to-earth advice about this from Artquest, and some wonderful examples from The Art League: Good statements: keep it short grab the reader’s interest with the first sentence introduce the author’s personality and enthusiasm give a hint about the why of the artwork use the first person (I, me, mine — this is not a strict rule, but it does seem to help the author write a more straightforward, readable statement) What they don’t do: summarize the resume found elsewhere on the website give a physical description of artwork photographed elsewhere on the website sound generic use “art speak” Artquest, … Continue reading Artist statement – (part 5, project 4, ex 4)