Thought-provoking; although I like the idea of SOLD too!
Too bad it oculdn’t be more than one word, LOL. I would have said, “We want you” — at least that is what popped into my head.
I think I would like the word to be accepted.
You know it’s not easy starting out as an artist, always seeing all the great talent and feeling somewhat inferior to those you hold in high esteem, and no, I’m not talking about Monet, but today’s talents artists. It’s hard to not want to compare and think, “you’re not quite good enough to market yourself yet”.
So for me, to feel accepted into the artist community, today, would be wonderful. That’s the word for me.
The thing I hope most for is a gasp and jaw dropped open. Body language that says they love it.
Wow! ….Or words to that effect : )
LOL! I’m going with Clint Watsons pick!
Tranquil. Or a variation thereof. Fortunately, “peaceful” is a common response. Spot on. 🙂
Although I too like Clint Watson’s word!
But like everyone else, I like Clint’s word!
CLEVER. There’s no higher compliment as far as I’m concerned.
Mine (as in it’s mine, I’ve got to have it). :0)
I like to think that people have a connection with the pieces that I create and that it draws them in some way.
I would hope my work would render them speechless, but who can argue with Clint’s “sold”.
I recently got ” meticulous detail” & that was great…I’m happy with anything, as long as it is nice… so for now, “meticulous” is my word…(until the next victim says something better)…
For me, there is no greater compliment than that my work inspired someone to a greater creativity in their own lives.
I agree with Jaime — unique. That was the first word that popped into my head.
Remarkable! i read that somewhere lately and have been seeking to be remarkable. (SOLD also is a great answer)
EMOTIONAL – I would love for my clients to feel the emotions I felt when I first saw the site in real life.
Must – I hope people use this word when they talk about my art: must see, must have, must get
These are all wonderful! Right now what I want to say about my work is: DONE!
I love all the above, especially Clint’s and Burnell Yow’s — Deb G’s “Gottaownit” parallels my “Gottahaveit”!