Being part of a jury is both interesting and exciting. It's interesting because it gives me a great opportunity to ask myself what contributes to good art, while all the while making me sit up and take notice of each artists individual journey. It's exciting because it's a privilege to get to view each members best efforts before the show opens.
If I had any apprehensions at all going in, it was only that I had not yet met the other juror, and I hoped if our views conflicted, we would still be able to work effectively to reach agreement. I needn't have worried. As John said..." the works speak for themselves".
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