How do you want to be remembered?

Pam RuBert has a terrific story on her blog about the memory of a dear artist-friend, Pat Renick, a.k.a. "Mother Art." 

I often hear mild complaints about artists guarding their secrets to the point where they remain outside of a community of other artists. Everyone grows to fear them to some extent. Pam’s story reveals the wealth found in a single, generous spirit. It sounds like Ms. Renick was embraced by all those she came in contact with. Now that’s something to aspire to!

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2 comments to How do you want to be remembered?

  • Dear Alyson and Clint, Thank you so much for presenting this terrific teleconference. The technology of web mechanics is sometimes hard to grasp, but with Clint Watsons’s guidance, it is becoming easier to understand. His explanation of why blogging is a good way to promote an upcoming exhibit hit home with me too. He is right on target. Because I have been blogging about my upcoming June 1 show, Lessons from the Low Countries, since last September there are reams of written material to use for press releases, gallery material, and so on; in other words, its already done. I know I will blog about future exhibits! Thanks Alyson for helping me put it into motion. Best to you both, Margret Short

  • Dear Alyson and Clint, Thank you so much for presenting this terrific teleconference. The technology of web mechanics is sometimes hard to grasp, but with Clint Watsons’s guidance, it is becoming easier to understand. His explanation of why blogging is a good way to promote an upcoming exhibit hit home with me too. He is right on target. Because I have been blogging about my upcoming June 1 show, Lessons from the Low Countries, since last September there are reams of written material to use for press releases, gallery material, and so on; in other words, it’s already done. I know I will blog about future exhibits! Thanks Alyson for helping me put it into motion. Best to you both, Margret Short