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"Telephone Tales," critiqued by Gilberto

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Gilberto, a member of the GAAH Press Club, visited ArtPrize and wrote about Marie Bergstedt's entry.
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Detail of "Telephone Tales."

Detail of "Telephone Tales." /Gilberto

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 Gilberto's review of an artwork.


I saw "Telephone Tales," by Marie Bergstedt. I saw a telephone with fake diamonds and made with buttons. It was at the Women's City Club.  

I think it is art and not art. I thought it looked realistic, but I did not like the colors on the telephone. The colors looked plain.

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I think you're right.  I can tell from your profile that you're an artist, so what colors would you have used?