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"Focus" critiqued by Shirley

Shirley, a member of the GAAH Press Club, visited ArtPrize and wrote about pieces by Andi Steele and Michele Brody.
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"Nature Preserve"

"Nature Preserve" /GAAH Press Club

On Sunday, October 1, The GAAH Press Club visited ArtPrize and each wrote a review of  a work of art that they found particularly interesting. The following is Shirley's review of an artwork.

I saw an art piece by Andi Steele. It's made from a monofiliment between circular supports.  There was a lady that said "Maybe there's a lot of spiders in there."  It was like it was invisible by its color!  It looked like a spider web!

I didn't think "Nature Preserve," by Michele Brody looked like art.  It was just plants with water in a tube. If I made that work, I would put it in a garden!

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