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Huggertwo1 wrote:How do you go about doing that?
I was asked.
Gary Dee wrote:Huggertwo1 wrote:How do you go about doing that?
I was asked.
Huggertwo1 wrote:Wow you must feel honored to have your art displayed somewhere for everyone to see. Congratulations Mr Wingo.
I never thought of it that way, its quite cool, how does one go about painting for a school?
That's cool. Congratulations Mr Wingo.
I was also asked
I believe one has found a home in Venice and another in London
It is nice to know your work is out there in the world
Money has never been the prime reason to paint
Also I have helped children in care produce a mural which the city council now own
I was the one who suggested the mural to a council official I met and he took up the idea
It was a most rewarding experience for not only the kids but me.
BogStandad wrote: how does one go about painting for a school?
Why would one go about it any differently?
I didn't paint it 'for' the school, Mr Bogstandad, I donated a painting from my portfolio.
It was for the Special Education Dept. of a high school in Colorado where I taught the "Containment Program" for three years which was considered to be highly successful. I was also a professional artist at the time and they asked for one of my paintings to put on the wall in that department in my memory. (and now you know "the rest of the story")
That's as cool as cool can be, thanks, for the up date, very interesting.
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