Friday, November 19, 2010

Angeline's Artistic Stages


Video: Angeline's 3 Art Stages, 2010

When I look back on the "body of art work" from my last ten years, there are some distinct style and knowledge changes in my style of art. When you look at the work by an artist, you want to see growth and change as time passes. Those changes mean that the artist is studying, learning, practicing, and creating. Those changes mean that the artist is truly an artist: no matter what happens, he or she is always searching for ways to learn and stretch.

This speech concentrates on three stages that I have noticed in my art work. I look forward to having more stages...and if you have a better word than "stages," please share!

This speech was one of my first three given at the Florida City Speedway Toastmaster's Club earlier this year (2010). As with most of the speeches, it is between 5 and 8 minutes long (just warning you!). If you saw my last video speech, you would probably agree that my public speaking skills are improving.

If you could not see the video in this blog post, please click on this link to view.

For last video speech posted, go to post "Defining Moment" by clicking on this sentence.

Featured paintings:
Flamingo Ballerina - 2004 - acrylics on canvas - 24 x 20 inches - $350


Deering Estate Palm Trees - mixed media on canvas - 24 by 20 inches - 2008 - $450 



Primitive - encaustic techniques on board - 5 x 7 inches - 2010 - $150





3 comments:

JJ said...

A-M: If you don't like "stages," the "rungs" of your life or your "intervals" of development might work.

Jason L. Eldridge said...

Very cool! I noticed the Buy Now feature too... Great job!

Angeline-Marie said...

JJ: Intervals...hmmmm! Like that!

Jason: Slowly, but I am learning! Thanks!

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